Congressman Tom Price To Deliver Major Fiscal Policy Address

Congressman Tom Price’s office sent out a presser regarding his speech to the Heritage Foundation focusing on America’s fiscal and budget outlook as well as policy lessons that have been learned from Europe’s austerity measures:

Congressman Tom Price, M.D. (GA-06), vice chairman of the House Committee on the Budget, will deliver a major address on America’s fiscal and budgetary outlook, as well as the policy lessons learned from Europe’s “age of austerity,” at the Heritage Foundation. He will also outline the policy prescriptions necessary to rebuild our economy and balance our nation’s ledger.

Following his speech, Congressman Price will participate in a panel with four distinguished scholars to compare Europe’s fiscal crises with the challenges facing America’s economic and fiscal future. Joining him in the panel discussion are:

  • Ms. Malin Sahlén – Project Manager of Economic Policy, Timbro (Stockholm)
  • Mr. Salim Furth, Ph.D. – Senior Policy Analyst, Center for Data Analysis, The Heritage Foundation
  • Mr. Dalibor Roháč – Policy Analyst, Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity, Cato Institute
  • Mr. Rea Hederman, Jr. – Director, Center for Data Analysis, The Heritage Foundation (panel moderator)


  1. saltycracker says:

    There are tax rates and then there are taxes paid.
    Austerity is when the legislator’s PAC is running low.

  2. linuxfanatic says:

    I am sick of these frauds. Where are all these plans for spending cuts when a Republican president is in power? When Clinton was president, we had Contract With America. Now with Obama, we have the Ryan plan and other austerity stuff. But under Reagan, Bush and Bush II … nothing. Maybe the Tea Party types have a point.

    • DrGonzo says:

      “Maybe the Tea Party types have a point.” Ya think? That’s all we’ve been trying to say for years now: we need to hold our own side accountable when they don’t do what they say they will do. That’s why the establishment types hate us; rocking the boat like that can and does sometimes help Democrats, and under the ‘party loyalty is all-important’ philosophy found among so many of our GOP brothers and sisters, helping the Democrats – no matter whether it is indirect or not – is the ultimate taboo. That’s when we start getting these equivocation arguments – “Well, my guy is the LESSER OF TWO EVILS.” Sorry folks, but if we’ve only got two choices and both of them are evil, that’s not much of a choice, eh? All the Tea Party wants is to get to a point where just one of our bloody choices ISN’T EVIL, lesser or otherwise. Why is that so maddening to you people? (And by ‘you people’ I don’t mean you, linux)

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