View the PowerPoints of David Walker, Jeffrey Thiebert, and Don Klepper-Smith.

Posted on February 3, 2011. Filed under: Uncategorized |

If you missed the great presentations from David Walker, CPA, Jeffrey Thiebert, and Don Klepper-Smith, we can make it up to you.

Here are the PowerPoints from all three presenters, who each shed a unique light on our current situation.

David M. Walker, CPA is the founder and CEO of Comeback America Initiative. He also happens to be the former comptroller general of the United States – he knows his stuff.

Check out Walker’s PowerPoint presentation:

Comeback America: The Nation’s Fiscal Challenge and A Way Forward

Jeffrey Thiebert serves as the national grassroots director and northeast regional director of The Concord Coalition, a “nonpartisan, grassroots organization dedicated to educating the public about federal budget issues and their consequences for the future.” If you’re not familiar with The Concord Coalition, give their website a glance – they do a nice job.

Here’s Thiebert’s PowerPoint presentation:

Fiscal Future: The Challenges Ahead

Don Klepper-Smith is the chief economist and director of research with DataCore Partners, LLC.

View Klepper-Smith’s slides:

New Perspectives on the Economic Recovery


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