Brian Riedl

Senior Federal Budget Analyst, Heritage Foundation

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Senior federal budget analyst with the Heritage Foundation

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The Battle over the Budget in an Election Year

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When it comes to the economy, the President is pulling no punches. He's caught between the need to create more jobs while trying to reduce a crushing deficit.

The Battle over the Budget in an Election Year

When it comes to the economy, the President is pulling no punches. He's caught between the need to create more jobs while trying to reduce a crushing deficit.

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