Former Representative David Jolly told Newsweek on Sunday that McCarthy is "playing with fire."
Inflation accelerated last month, just ahead of the one-year anniversary of the deceptively named Inflation Reduction Act.
Greene has been staunchly opposed to Ukraine funding, but the Senate's defense policy bill, which passed with bipartisan support, continues the spending.
"We should not fear a government shutdown," Republican Congressman Bob Good said. "Most of what we do up here [on Capitol Hill] is bad anyway."
Beginning with the Great Recession, Washington's discretionary fiscal policy took on a lead role in economic stabilization.
House Republicans must not allow the U.S. to default on its debt. The consequences would be catastrophic.
The COST Act will increase public access to information about taxpayer-funded projects, and ensure accountability in government.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has blamed President Biden and Democrats for "reckless spending" but must also persuade his own caucus on the debt limit.
One hundred days ago today, Kevin McCarthy was gaveled in as Speaker of the House.
Doug Holtz-Eakin, who will testify with Moody's chief economist on Tuesday, told Newsweek, the debt limit debate is a "carbon copy" of the 2011 crisis.
For years, too many in Congress were afraid of any serious effort to reform entitlement programs.
It is long past time that Washington is held accountable for the persisting pandemic restrictions placed on Americans.
With the debt ceiling reached, it is clear we must increase in the amount of money the United States government can borrow.
It's long past time for policymakers to get serious about Washington's fiscal course. Congress must enact reforms to federal health programs.
Donald Trump said Republicans shouldn't "vote to cut a single penny from Medicare or Social Security to help pay for Joe Biden's reckless spending spree."
No, Mayor Adams, you do not need funding "from Washington." You need a secure border.
The GOP voted to pass the Family and Small Business Taxpayer Protection Act while pushing the claim new funding will be used to hire 87,000 auditing agents.
The first proposal would cut $71 billion in funding for the IRS, impacting the agency's ability to enforce collections from the wealthy.
McCarthy told reporters after the 13th speaker vote that he believes lawmakers will "finish this once and for all" when the House reconvenes Friday night.
Several House Republicans have criticized their counterparts in the Senate for working to pass the spending bill to avoid a government shutdown.
A major storm bearing down on Washington, D.C. could complicate lawmakers' plans to head home for the holidays.
A group of House Republicans warned earlier this week that they would not work with Senate colleagues who helped to pass a government funding bill.
Former President Donald Trump took aim at the Senate minority leader on Friday with a fiery message.