Commission’s draft proposal on cuts and taxes to slash national debt has riled partisans on both sides. Next major move is President Obama’s.
The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission hearings have produced one moment of drama and a few theories from regulators and bankers about why the meltdown happened.
Some inner-circle conflict can be of help to a president, but building a sense of teamwork will be key.
He’s moving fast to build his governing team, but wants to avoid endorsing the policies of President Bush, whom he visits Monday.
Too few people are changing their lifestyles, environmentalists say, and too few politicians are acting.