Dustin Parrett

Debt Ceiling 2017 Is More Dangerous Than Ratings Agencies Let On

On Thursday (March 16), the government’s ability to borrow more money will be frozen.

And the consequences could be catastrophic.

But would Congress really let that happen? It’s more likely than you think…


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