When I talk about the massive national debt, most people just shrug. Except for a few contrarians, the average person doesn’t seem to think the debt is that big of a problem. Well, I beg to differ. And so did most people in the founding generation.
The great antifederalist writer Brutus described a massive national debt that could never be repaid as “a calamity.”
And here we are.
In this episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I put the national debt into perspective and explain why Brutus was right.
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