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Saturday, October 10 • 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Panel: Federal Reserve and The U.S. Debt

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In general, government debt increases as a result of government spending, and decreases from tax and other receipts, both of which fluctuate during the course of a fiscal year.  Debt and spending may also be impacted by monetary policies that are coordinated by the Federal Reserve independently of the Federal Government.  Discussion topics include the ratio of debt to GDP, marketable or non-marketable securities, and measuring debt burden.


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Amy Coombs

National Director, Owner, Prestige Government Relations & Consulting Group LLC
Amy Coombs is a seasoned strategic consultant, registered lobbyist, experienced business professional, Director of Prestige Government Relations & Consulting Group. She is currently working as the Communications & Strategic Management Director for the Smigiel for Congress Campaign... Read More →

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Steve Lonegan

Director, Monetary Policy
Steve Lonegan is widely considered one of the nation’s best policy debaters and as such has received extensive exposure on television and radio. He has dedicated his time in public life to fighting for taxpayers. On August 1, 2014, Steve took the helm as Director of Monetary Policy... Read More →
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Clifford Thies, Ph.D

Eldon R. Lindsey Chair of Free Enterprise and Professor of Economics and Finance at the Byrd School of Business of Shenandoah University. Previously on the faculties of the University of Baltimore and the University of Montana. | | 1982 Boston College PhD in Economics. | | Author... Read More →
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Mark Skousen

Presidential Fellow, Chapman University
Dr. Mark Skousen is a professional economist, financial advisor, university professor and author of more than 25 books on economics, personal finance, and investing. His works include  Economic Logic, A Viennese Waltz Down Wall Street, The Making of Modern Economics, and The Compleated... Read More →


Saturday October 10, 2015 3:15pm - 4:00pm
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