The Porkalicious Rich Kid: The U.S. and its Deficit Problem

Essay by:
Ryan Wilson
Emporia State University

The United States government is like the rich child who has a large hole in his pocket—every time he moves, large bills scatter into the wind, where one will never see them again. This problem continues even now, as the debt clock racks up astronomical amounts of money that the United States owes to itself and other countries.




Playing Chicken with the National Debt

Essay by:
Garrett Nekuda
Emporia State University

In an egg farm, chickens that lay eggs are useful and help the business make a profit. Most chickens lose their ability consistently to lay eggs after about one year of life. This causes the company to have to pay more to feed it than it would gain from the sporadic eggs it might collect.




More Loans and Governemnt Spending

Essay by:
Woong Sung
Emporia State University

Lehman Brothers which was one of the biggest banks in the United States filed for bankruptcy protection on September 15, 2008. After the bankruptcy of this bank, the economy of U.S. has suffered from severe unemployment low economic growth, and budget deficit. Technically, the economy status of the United States was slowing before Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection.




Spread the Word

Essay by:
Gary Lenoir
Emporia St. University

When talking about the budget crisis alot of people are illuterate to the fact. As the up and coming generation we need to take time to find out what going with our economy. I know the people I know are aware that we are going trhough a recession but they keep hearing that it's going to be okay so they don't worry about it.




America, Wake Up!

Essay by:
Emily Readinger
Emporia State University

America, Wake Up!




Taxes and Quizzes: It Helps to be Prepared

Essay by:
Laura Ellen Walker
Emporia State University

Throughout the years, the United States overall financial debt has grown to unnecessary levels. The number that circles around now totals to over $11 trillion plus interest. If you think the interest you pay for your personal debt is outrageous, just stop and think one moment of the amount that the United States is paying in interest payments alone. Here are some questions that we should ponder.




Many a Little Makes a Mickle

Essay by:
Chiyo Hashimoto
Emporia State University

As a student from Japan, it is amazing to see how the debt of the U.S. federal government continues to increase. The U.S. government managed to 46 of the past 47 years in the red. In addition, although they do not secure a source of revenue, they draw up the national budget with approximately 15 percent excess every year after 2000 (“The Actual Condition of The Economy”).




Facing Up Essay Contest

Essay by:
Polly Harder
Bowling Green State University

As of April 5, 2009, the federal budget deficit is $11.1 trillion dollars while the national debt is $8.4 trillion. This is a total of $19.5 trillion dollars.




Economy Takes a Beating

Essay by:
Jessica Ross
Emporia State University

Economy takes a beating

With rising prices and growing unemployment, workers have been struggling to maintain a steady path to success. The suffering of our nation’s crises has led to many downfalls and drawbacks that every one of us in the United States suffers from. Recently, the United States has entered into a deep recession that has sparked a trillion dollar deficit.




Piecing Together the Puzzle

Essay by:
Dell Jones
Emporia State University

Piecing Together the Puzzle
By: Dell Jones




This is my opinion.

Essay by:
sayaka sensui
Emporia state University

The United States have 12.1 trillion dollar of national debt this year. It has been increasing from 1970. The federal debt has never decreased. The problem will probably be carried over to the next generation. Now, we need to reconsider about it.




More Loans and Government Spending

Essay by:
Woong Sung
Emporia State University

Lehman Brothers which was one of the biggest banks in the United States filed for bankruptcy protection on September 15, 2008. After the bankruptcy of this bank, the economy of U.S. has suffered from severe unemployment low economic growth, and budget deficit. Technically, the economy status of the United States was slowing before Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection.




First Rule of Holes: When Your'e in One, Stop Digging

Essay by:
DeZerae N. Rude
Emporia State University



Zip-Diddly-Squat

Essay by:
Kyle Aaron Dasenbrock
Emporia State University

Everyone in every town of every state is asking one question, “What are we going to do about the national crisis?” Everybody and their dog is freaking out because they fear we will be headed toward another Great Depression. It seems as though every time our government tries to bring our country out of debt, it only gets worse.




A New Definition of Safety

Essay by:
Brittney Regier
Emporia State University

Safety, the condition of being safe from undergoing or causing hurt, injury or loss (Merriam-Webster). It is something that we, as Americans, greatly enjoy. We have gotten used to living in a country where we are safe. Our children are safe to play as they please, our families are safe and secure in their homes, our jobs are secure and always there.




I am Recession proof

Essay by:
Addison Canidy
Emporia State University

I know why America is not recession proof. It’s because we the people that make up America are not good stewards of our money. There has been an over whelming flux of “recession talk” the past couple years. However I believe that I am not a participant of the recession of America because I have positioned myself to not be affected by this nation’s situation.




Money is NOT Everywhere!

Essay by:
Hailey Jo Copeland
Emporia State University

Money here, money there; money, money everywhere!




Where Do We Go From Here

Essay by:
Miranda Blazek
Emporia State University

In this time of crisis we look to our president, our neighbors, and our families. But rarely do we look to ourselves for the answer. As a group we struggle to maintain our unity but individually we struggle to maintain so much more than that. We strive to maintain our homes, our possessions, and our stability. The federal debt crisis grabs a hold of us, trying to strangle the life from us.




Nation's Finances

Essay by:
Elizabeth Fanning
Emporia State University

The federal budget deficit and national debt seem to be getting out of control. Only lately did the present economic crisis really set in for many people.




The United States Economy In 2009

Essay by:
David Barger
Fort Lewis College

The United States economy in 2009 has reached its most precarious condition since the Great Depression of the 1930’s, and between a balance-of-payments deficit, current and capital account deficits, and a negative balance of trade, the sounding of the alarm cannot be ignored any longer.




A Ton of Gold

Essay by:
SAEHWAN PARK
Emporia State University

If a ton of gold would be worth one cent tomorrow, would you buy gold?




Uh Oh, Uncle Sam

Essay by:
Rachel Zimmerman
Emporia state University

Did they make a mistake when writing the Constitution?



Fire the President

Essay by:
Amy Tenpenny
Emporia State University

FIRE THE PRESIDENT




One Trillion and Climbing

Essay by:
Jenna Fugate
Emporia State University

During our current recession, the federal government’s huge deficit has increasingly been under a microscope; however, the deficit should not be the most important concern. In my opinion, the increase in the deficit is to be expected and it is appropriate because of the actions the government has taken to try to turn around the economy.




The Problem of National Debt

Essay by:
Kelsey Bailey
Emporia State University

Over the years, the United States has spent a lot of money, accumulating trillions of dollars in national debt. National debt poses a problem for the future of our lives and for the lives of our children. Most people understand that debt is not a good thing; however, many Americans struggle with understanding the concepts of federal budget deficit and national debt.




Old Debt, Big Deficits, Bigger Problems

Essay by:
Fan Liu
Emporia State University

Due to the 2008 Financial Crisis, the federal budget deficit is becoming worse and adding to the national debt. The current national debt, according to government report on treasurydirect.gov, on December 8, 2009, is $12.1 trillion and this number is still growing!




Taxes: How Much is Enough?

Essay by:
Jason B. Elkin
American University

Jason Elkin
Professor A. Yarrow
US Since 1945
12 November 2009
Taxes: How much is enough?




The national debt

Essay by:
Na Na
Emporia State University

The National Debt in the USA is bad for many reasons




Discuss the causes and potential consequences of growing national debt through the subprime mortgage crisis

Essay by:
Jing Zhang
Emporia State University

Some articles pointed out that the root of the financial crisis is the “lever transaction” used by the financial institutions. Some other experts pointed out that what’s behind this financial crisis is the $62 trillion Credit Default Swap (CDS). So, how is the relationship between the subprime, the “lever transaction” and the CDS?




Social Security and the National Debt: A Generational Gap

Essay by:
Sarah Boykin
Emporia State University

Thinking about over $11 trillion dollar debt already looming over the United States citizens and the large deficits that are we are committed to in the years to come is enough to make any levelheaded concerned citizen feel overwhelmed. A problem this big can be daunting; where could we possibly begin?




A Japanese Vision of the American Dream

Essay by:
Hitomi Takami
Emporia State University

As a non-traditional student from Japan, it would be easy to say to America, just follow Japan. However, Japan has many difficulties which are similar to the ones facing the United States. The fatal day of financial capitalism suddenly arrived on September 15, 2008. Lehman Brothers in the United States collapsed with it debt; this “Lehman’s shock” still startles the world.



National Deficit and Debt: How it will affect me

Essay by:
Chelsea Rey Cooper
Fort Lewis College

As a sophomore at Fort Lewis College, I have to wonder how the National Deficit and Debt will affect me not only currently, as a student, but also in the future, as a prospective home buyer. As a student I am concerned about student loans and the interest rate that is placed on these loans as well as the availability of grants and scholarships




America, You Have a Thing or Two to Learn

Essay by:
Jessica Lynn Elsen
Emporia State University

For reason of this paper, I am going to pretend I am an opinion columnist who is clearly. . . outspoken on this topic. I have a few ideas for ways in my “all-knowing” of how to reduce if not eliminate the national debt, but first I am going to speak my mind loud and clear. I do not know of a single person who tries to be in debt.




The Economic Debt Situtation

Essay by:
Samantha Norris
Emporia State University

The national debt is money owed by the federal government. It is indirectly considered a debt of the citizens, since citizens must ultimately pay it off. It consists of government bonds, bank loans, and according to some measures, unfunded liabilities such as pension plan payments and goods and services the government has contracted for but not yet paid (On the Issues).




Look in the Mirror First

Essay by:
Whitney M. Burrows
Emporia State University

As of last month America has racked up a bill of $11 trillion dollars. A child just recently born instantly has a tab of $184,000. How can a person who has never even see daylight have a debt of $184, 000?




A climbing number that should be decreasing

Essay by:
Rachel Meinholdt
Emporia State University

The nation's debt is completely outrageous. As citizens of the United States we should of not left the debt be this high. Our nation's debt should be the main concern for our president. We just keep digging ourselves into a bigger and deeper hole. Very soon we won't even be able to climb out.




Demand a Change: National Debt

Essay by:
Stacy Beardslee
Emporia State

The Federal Budget Deficit and National Debt is an ever growing issue
that is seemingly overlooked by many. The Federal Budget Deficit is
the overspending of Congress on a yearly, or budget year basis,
basically the government is spending more than it is bringing in. Since
1970, the United States has realized a Federal Deficit each and every




Hindering the Youth with Debt

Essay by:
Abigail Burleson
Emporia State University

“And to preserve their independence, we must not let our rulers load us with perpetual debt. We must make our election between economy and liberty, or profusion and servitude.” Thomas Jefferson, one of the greatest presidents in the history of this great country said this in one of his speeches. Perpetual debt is exactly what the people of this nation are facing each and every day.




So, We're in trouble. What do we do?

Essay by:
Jack Christopher Dunker
Century High School.

For the past couple years, I’ve been listening to the media clamor about unemployment, the national deficit, and health care. Until recently, I really didn’t care too much. Now, as I try to find a means to support myself when I eventually leave high school, it’s gotten a tad bit more interesting.




Means-Testing Social Security

Essay by:
Zachary Skaggs
American University

The United States faces an uncertain fiscal future. Experts agree that the federal government’s current spending levels are unsustainable.




MAY THE BEST MAN WIN

Essay by:
Betty Jo Herring
Emporia State University

MAY THE BEST MAN WIN




Forgive Me Father, for I am in Debt

Essay by:
Kelli Lovell
Emporia State University

It is only obvious that lately our economy has been spiraling downward and that America is now in so much debt that it is becoming a problem. It is obvious when the economy is doing well we can always tell; similarly, when the gas prices are rising and dropping or when times get a little harder, people hold on to their cash a little bit tighter.




Economics Challenge

Essay by:
Malek Saud AL-Faraj
Emporia State University

Economics Challenge
It is known that the current budget deficits and nation’s debts are worrisome, and it is necessary to take appropriate measures to prevent their negative effects. Therefore, we will examine the role of government in controlling the budget. A budget deficit is the amount by which total government spending is more than government income during a specified period;




One Small Step...

Essay by:
Lezley Lawson
Emporia State University

We face so many fiscal challenges that we cannot solve all of our problems with one simple solution. One of the larger factors in America’s growing debt crisis is the cost of Social Security. The flux of babies born after World War II became known as the “baby boomers”. With the retirement of these “baby boomers”, the cost of Social Security will be higher than ever.




Left Out

Essay by:
Raechel Anne Lockhart
Emporia State University



Health Care and National Debt

Essay by:
Michael Schapiro
American University

Our nation’s health care system is broken. While America tops lists for health care quality, each year Medicare and other health care programs continue to spiral our nation further into debt.




What We Can Do

Essay by:
Maryam Sajid
Emporia State Univeristy

Money is getting tighter, unemployment is on the rise, and our national debt is in the double digits…in trillions of course. It comes to no surprise that we are in a recession. Some of us have no idea how we got to this point, but others are shaking their heads and wishing they were policy makers.




Business and Terror: Turning the Tables

Essay by:
Burke Joseph LeValley
Emporia State University

Business and Terror: Turning the Tables

Burke LeValley




Do Not Blame One, Blame All

Essay by:
Whitney Starr
Emporia State University

I can guarantee that one of the many worries a college student faces every day when they wake up and start their day of classes, is they are going to have a job once they have completed their education, which is going to help them pay back those student loans they have borrowed.




More Than Just A Blame Game

Essay by:
Claudia Terrell
Emporia State University

Let’s all just blame it on George W. Bush. Well not exactly. There is much speculation on how the last president put the United Stated into debt. He brought us into a war that is and has been unnecessary and added to an already lacking budget. However, he is not the only one to blame for the national debt and the federal budget deficit.




A new Type of Invisible Hand

Essay by:
Reuben Daniel Kirk
Emporia state university

It's an eventful time we live in today. From the historical election of President Barack Obama to the white house to the most extreme economic crisis since the Great Depression. As the new year begins, the current economic crisis seems to set a considerable damper on most people's morale.




Examining the Federal Gasoline Tax: Increasing Is Not The Question, But The Answer

Essay by:
Megan Henry
American University

When considering an increase in the gas tax, some people may shudder when reminiscing on gasoline costs rising to four dollars a gallon this past year. But in reality, an increase in the federal gas tax is really not too devastating since it has not increased since 1993 (Buechner, 1997). The tax then and now remains at 18.4 cents per gallon.




Our Great Plight

Essay by:
Tiffany Humiston
Emporia State University

The great physicist Isaac Newton’s Third Law of Motion states that to every action there is always an opposed and equal reaction; the national debt and the budget deficit issue we are facing did not simply fall out of a tree, they were created.




Product Distribution Revised

Essay by:
Harrison Stone
Emporia State University

The economy has suffered a massive deficit of over 3 trillion dollars on the last few years. The most logical task for getting our economy out of debt is to increase a tax and stop borrowing money from other countries. How many of you consumers notice the extra cents off the next whole dollar you don’t spend on every purchase?




Get the Shovel, and Start Filling

Essay by:
Aubrey Koeppe
Emporia State University

It’s time to get out the shovel, and fill the hole of debt America has created. The national debt for America was created by us spending significant amounts of money, and borrowing money from other countries to pay for our government budget. Even though we are in a great amount of debt, as of right now we aren’t in any dangers.




Do Not Blame One, Blame All

Essay by:
Whitney Starr
Emporia State University

I can guarantee that one of the many worries a college student faces every day when they wake up and start their day of classes, is they are going to have a job once they have completed their education, which is going to help them pay back those student loans they have borrowed.




The causes, potentials consequences, and reforming of U.S.A national debt

Essay by:
YOU LI
Emporia State University

The causes, potentials consequences, and reforming of U.S.A national debt
By YOU LI, an international student from Emporia state University




Ripping off the Band-Aid

Essay by:
Melinda Self
Emporia State University

Fixing the Federal national debt is a lot like pulling off a well stuck band-aid; sure it will initially sting but once it has been removed the healing process can continue.




Forgive Me Father, for I’m in Debt

Essay by:
Kelli Lovell
Emporia State University

It is only obvious that lately our economy has been spiraling downward in the ten few years and that America is now in so much debt that it is becoming a problem. It is obvious when the economy is doing good you can always tell when the gas prices are rising and dropping or when times get a little harder and people hold on to their cash a little bit tighter.




A New Definition of Safety

Essay by:
Brittney Regier
Emporia State University

Safety, the condition of being safe from undergoing or causing hurt,
injury or loss (Merriam-Webster). It is something that we, as
Americans, greatly enjoy. We have gotten used to living in a country
where we are safe. Our children are safe to play as they please, our
families are safe and secure in their homes, our jobs are secure and




A Dent in the Road

Essay by:
Tammie Ma
Emporia State University

The national debt in the United States is like a dent in a car. It can be fixed, but if left unfixed it will leave a mark behind for the next owner. As the funds are running low in Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid, will there even be these programs to help the citizens in the United States in the future?




The Middle Ages

Essay by:
Jane Welch
Emporia State University

The Middle Ages




The Time is now For the Value Added Tax

Essay by:
Kristopher R Kagan
American

Introduction




Why such an issue like Debt?

Essay by:
Christina Commons
Emporia State University

Why such an issue like Debt?




America’s National Debt

Essay by:
Hang Yu
Emporia State University

Although I am not an American, I am interested in its economic issue. I suppose all the people in the world are concentrating on America’s economic problem. Nowadays, America is facing a severe problem in national debt and depression. These things affect people’s work and life. According to the statistic online showed that the outstanding public debt today is $11,200,322,560,654.82.




Will there be a light at the end of this crisis?

Essay by:
Nancy Marie Fisackerly
Emporia State University

Will there be a light at the end of this crisis?




Reduction Is The Key

Essay by:
Shane Brunner
Emporia State University

The amount of debt that this nation has accumulated is almost out of this world. It seems the point has been reached that the payments that the United States makes will only be paying on the interest; this is almost the same principle as paying the minimum payment on a credit card.




Too Big To Save: The Inherent Problems of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac & Why They Should Be Dissolved

Essay by:
Will Haun
American University

Fannie Mae, the Federal National Mortgage Association, and her “partner,” the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, better known as Freddie Mac, have an enormous impact on the secondary mortgage market in the United States, owning or guaranteeing more than half of all U.S. mortgages valued at nearly $5.5 trillion (1).




Easy Credit - Difficult Problems

Essay by:
Fan Liu
Emporia State University

Are bonds interesting? No! What about the national debt?




It Hit Me Before I Knew It

Essay by:
Jasinta Wencel
Emporia State University

“We are heading toward a recession!” The first time hearing this quote was about a year ago. I was a freshman attending Emporia State University. I remember thinking, “This isn’t something I need to worry about. I know that I’ll be successful in my future.” I happened to be wrong.




We're Dancing Upon a House of Cards

Essay by:
Whitney Davis
Emporia State University

With the encroachment of bankruptcy among various social programs, such as social security, and the national debt rising at an all time high, we see an escalating dilemma for the American public. What is going to happen when our funnel of money runs dry? How do we stop the U.S. government from its relentless habit of borrowing and spending?




Reform? Yes Please!

Essay by:
Christine E. Fraker
Emporia State University

We have learned in our economics classes that the greatest debt to our country came during World War II. Since then, we have recognized that the debt exists, but that is it. They have attempted to fix the problem now but the attempts have failed. Our government has all-in-all done nothing to even attempt to mend this huge and growing responsibility.




Balancing the Big Checkbook

Essay by:
Jasmine Bright
Emporia State University

The growing national debt is a real problem for the up and coming generation in the United States. We have accumulated debts from foreign wars from as far back as world war two, without having any plan of actually paying it back. Instead as a nation, we keep pushing it farther and father into the future without regard for how our descendants are going to be able to handle it.




What is Happening in the United States?

Essay by:
Taylor Raleigh
Emporia State University

Currently the United States as well the entire world are facing difficulties. The United States is dealing with a huge debit built up over time, health care problems, social security insecurities and increasing tax rates. It is a scary knowing the country is in a recession and being compared to the great depression and the standard of living is decreasing.




America, You Have a Thing or Two to Learn

Essay by:
Jessica Elsen
Emporia State University

For reason of this paper, I am going to pretend I am an opinion columnist who is clearly. . . outspoken on this topic. I have a few ideas for ways in my “all-knowing” of how to reduce if not eliminate the national debt, but first I am going to speak my mind loud and clear. I do not know of a single person who tries to be in debt.




More Loans and Government Spending

Essay by:
Woong Sung
Emporia State University

Lehman Brothers which was one of the biggest banks in the United States filed for bankruptcy protection on September 15, 2008. After the bankruptcy of this bank, the economy of U.S. has suffered from severe unemployment low economic growth, and budget deficit. Technically, the economy status of the United States was slowing before Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection.




Searching for a Ladder

Essay by:
Emma Catlett
Emporia State University

The nation is falling more and more into debt in the worst time possible. The government has now accumulated a tremendous number of eleven trillion dollars in debt. The baby-boomer generation could be one cause of this national debt issue that we have going on but there are many other reasons.




I Can Change

Essay by:
Amy Losey
Emporia State University

Why do we care about the national debt? Why should we? Does it even matter to me?




Smoking the National Debt: Financing our Future with Legalized Marijuana.

Essay by:
Benjamin J. Howard
Emporia State University

First and foremost I would like to state that the intention of this essay is not to debate the ethics of drug use as a whole, or marijuana use in specific. The fact of the matter is our ever growing national debt presents an enormous challenge for this and every future generation until a means can be devised to pay off that debt.




A Centrist Approach to Healthcare Reform

Essay by:
Seth Rosenstein
American University

It is alarming to most Americans that a significant portion of the population has no access to health care besides emergency care.




I.O.U'S

Essay by:
Clifford R. D. Tollett
Emporia State University

I.O.U’S
Four little letters, that’s all it is. Or is it? I like to think I.O.U’S stand for Investing Outside the United States, which we as a nation seem to be doing. I would like to think it is about time to stop looking outward and start looking inward.




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