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  1. Oregon comes in at No. 11. Quite the slate for AU ...
  2. Auburn Football All-Access Podcast, Episode 193, August 14, 2019Fall camp heats up as Auburn prepares for the Oregon Ducks In an August 31st game which is clearly the most significant prime time opening weekend game, the Auburn Tigers and Oregon Ducks will face off in “JerryWorld”. While the game may not be technically a “must win” for either head coach, Mario Cristobal or Gus Malzahn, it comes about as close to it as possible if you study the team schedules and gauge the temperature on Malzahn’s proverbial hot seat. Join Coach John Ray (@JMR) and Doug Dean as they kick off the football podcasting season, with the huge season opener a mere 17 days out! http://traffic.libsyn.com/auburnallaccess/AUFAA_Podcast_Episode_193_8.12.2019.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podca...uid=http://auburnfootballallaccess.com/?p=404
  3. Revenues dipped 2008-2010 as employment dropped due to the recession. As we started to crawl our way out of the recession, revenues began to pick back up. I'm not saying spending is not a problem but during boom times like now, a growing deficit is just bad fiscal policy.
  4. The population is growing (more taxpayers), so of course revenues are going to go up. The tax cuts were a net loser in-terms of what they did to the deficit.
  5. For the life of me, I can't figure out why more "conservatives" aren't speaking out about this. In a boom economy, this is crazy ... U.S. Budget Deficit Already Exceeds Last Year’s Total Figure The U.S. fiscal deficit has already exceeded the full-year figure for last year, as spending growth outpaces revenue. The gap grew to $866.8 billion in the first 10 months of the fiscal year, up 27% from the same period a year earlier, the Treasury Department said in an emailed statement on Monday. That’s wider than last fiscal year’s shortfall of $779 billion -- which was the largest federal deficit since 2012. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-08-12/u-s-budget-deficit-already-exceeds-last-year-s-total-figure?srnd=premium
  6. Post-practice recovery ...
  7. So we play 6 of the top 13. No big deal.