Fiscal Reform Lessons From the Anglosphere: Speer in Real Clear Policy

Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom — have all faced similar fiscal circumstances and their experiences hold crucial lessons for U.S. policymakers, writes Munk Senior Fellow Sean Speer and the American Enterprise Institute’s Alex Brill in Real Clear Policy. By Sean Speer and Alex Brill, Dec. 1, 2017 Congress is deeply entrenched in… Continue reading Fiscal Reform Lessons From the Anglosphere: Speer in Real Clear Policy

How to tackle a $14.8 trillion debt: Lessons from America’s friends in the Anglosphere

OTTAWA, ON (Nov. 29, 2017): The United States is over $14.8 trillion in debt and there seems to be little political will to do anything about its mounting deficit. But Canada has been there too, and has demonstrated the benefits of getting serious about fiscal reform. Likewise, the U.K., Australia and New Zealand have their own… Continue reading How to tackle a $14.8 trillion debt: Lessons from America’s friends in the Anglosphere