David Wessel, Economics Editor of The Wall Street Journal, discusses his new book Red Ink. Mr. Wessel doesn’t seen anything changing any time soon. The presidential campaigns aren’t discussing their actual plan to cut the deficit. To bring the USA out of the red, he sees cuts in spending and increasing taxes a requirement.
Today, I had the opportunity to chat again talk with deputy online editor and fashion columnist for the Weekly Standard, Samantha Sault. This time our discussion focused on Fashion Week in New York City, the […]
Today, federal budget guru Stan Collender talked about toxic assets and the state of our economy. Recently, several journalists have pointed to the Treasury Department as “armature hour.” Stan refutes that statement and says the […]
Bob Cusack, managing editor of The Hill, a congressional newspaper that publishes daily when Congress is in session, with a special focus on business, lobbying and political campaigns, stops by Focus Washington to discuss the […]