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POSTED ON April 11, 2022  - POSTED IN Guest Commentaries

The annualized interest payment on the $30-plus trillion US national debt increased by over $16 billion in just six months. With the COVID crisis seemingly in the rear-view mirror, the economy allegedly strong, and the Fed raising interest rates to supposedly fight inflation, you’d think this might be a good time for the government to address its spending problem.

Nope.

POSTED ON February 4, 2022  - POSTED IN Friday Gold Wrap

With little fanfare, the national debt crossed the $30 trillion threshold this week. That is an unfathomable number. And as host Mike Maharrey explains in this week’s Friday Gold Wrap podcast, it’s worse than that. Most people aren’t concerned. Maharrey argues that they should be, likening the federal government’s borrow and spend policy to a monetary Jenga game.

POSTED ON February 2, 2022  - POSTED IN Key Gold Headlines

On January 31, the national debt quietly eclipsed $30 trillion.

The US government has run up debt at breakneck speed after raising the debt ceiling. The national debt broke through $29 trillion on Dec. 16. It took just 46 days for Uncle Sam to add another $1 trillion to his massive pile of debt. It took less than five years for the national debt to grow from $20 trillion to $30 trillion.

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