posted by Chris | Recently, there has been an increased level of interest and discussion on the ramifications of the US Federal Deficit. I would ask that you click on the link provided and just absorb the site: http://www.usdebtclock.org/In addition, you might check out the U.S. Treasury's official debt-to-the-penny page, on which you can plug in a date and find out what our national debt was on that date.
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