- William Lloyd
William Lloyd | Two sides to government-dependency debate
The argument that people should be less dependent on government is appealing.
William Lloyd | Raising taxes on rich better than cutting benefits for rest
Congressional Republicans claim that the nation’s red ink is the result of reckless spending by President Obama. However, the reality is much more complicated.
William Lloyd | Deep cuts in defense spending appear inevitable
The recent 8 percent across-the-board cut in the defense budget is poor public policy, but there is a silver lining: That meat-ax approach may force a long-overdue debate about how much military spending is enough.
William Lloyd | Controlling health care costs essential to deficit reduction
Health care costs have been growing faster than the U.S. economy for decades.
William Lloyd | State Electoral College proposals inappropriate
Republican legislators are proposing two alternative changes in how Pennsylvania awards its electoral votes in presidential campaigns.
William Lloyd | Now is prime time for tackling election reforms
Most people are tired of politics. They are thankful that the attack ads have disappeared from television and that the robocalls have ended.
William Lloyd | Romney plan would make a bad situation worse
Will we be better off four years from now if former governor Mitt Romney is elected president?
William Lloyd | Fixing Medicare: GOP plan vs. Obamacare
Something must be done to solve the impending Medicare funding crisis. The debate in this fall’s campaign is over what that “something” should be.
William Lloyd | Romney has no silver bullet, proposes well-worn fixes for economy
According to former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, his business experience makes him better qualified than President Obama to fix the economy.
William Lloyd | Put Social Security focus on raising revenues
Regardless of which party wins in November, Social Security will be under the budget-cutting microscope.
- More William Lloyd Headlines
- William Lloyd | Two sides to government-dependency debate