The White House predicts deficits of $304 billion in the current fiscal year and $307 billion in 2004. And that doesn't take into account a possible war with Iraq. How did these projections get so big and what do they mean for the American economy? Join host Neal Conan and guests for the discussion.
*Chief Economist at Economy.com
*Senior Fellow in Economics at the Cato Institute
*Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institutions and Co-Director of the Tax Policy Center at Brookings