Raise the Roof

Raise the Roof

March 11, 2013

A June poll released by Public Notice gauges the feelings of Americans on Washington’s most recent conundrum. Source

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The Debt Ceiling

February 9, 2013

Years of overspending have caused our national debt to explode. The national debt is subject to a legal limit determined by Congress. As Washington spends at a faster and faster rate, the debt ceiling has been raised with increased frequency. Source

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Dominoes of Default

February 6, 2013

This infographic depicts the likely economic consequences of a U.S. default on the public debt. Source

Bipartisan-Compromise

The Bipartisan Compromise

February 3, 2013

The U.S congress had to come up with a compromise on how to deal with the debt in 2011. This infographic provides information about how the Republicans and the Democrats came up with a compromise to deal with the U.S debt. Source

Raise the Roof: a Look at the U.S. Debt Ceiling

Raise the Roof: a Look at the U.S. Debt Ceiling

November 21, 2012

Raise the Roof: a Look at the U.S. Debt Ceiling, How the National Debt Affects You. The Debt Ceiling and its impact on World Markets. Brought to you by mint.com in collaboration with columnfivemedia.com. Source

Consequences of a Do Nothing Economy

Consequences of a Do Nothing Economy

August 8, 2012

While congress is debating over the economy, taxes and the debt ceiling, how will that affect our economy. This infographic takes a look at why the debt ceiling debate and political paralysis is bad for the U.S economy.

Raise the Roof

Raise the Roof

August 4, 2012

As the U.S government tries to determine whether to raise the debt ceiling this infographic takes a look at the public’s reaction to U.S spending. It provides information about if the public thinks that the debt ceiling should be raised and what are the best ways to deal with U.S debt. Source