There is growing momentum in Washington and around the country in the fight to restore fiscal sanity. So get ready for the counter-attack by the special interests and ideologues.A growing number of Republicans have now stood up to Grover Norquist's organization, Americans for Tax Reform, and disavowed the pledge they signed to not raise taxes. We should all commend legislators like Senator Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.), Senator Lindsay Graham (R-S.C.) and Representative Peter King (R-N.Y.), who have recently joined in refusing to put ATR's pledge ahead of the nation's interests.They and other elected officials give us hope that Congress will get behind non-partisan solutions to address both the near-term "fiscal cliff" and the larger "fiscal abyss," represented by our enormous projected deficits and growing national debt.But the battle is far from over. Ideologues and special interests on the left and right are marshaling forces to crush all efforts to achieve a reasoned fiscal compromise. W...
FNC’s Sean Hannity on the efforts to reach a deal on the debt ceiling.
Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist and Wall Street Journal's Steve Moore on Obama changing his tune on taxes once he became President.
Sen. Orrin Hatch, (R-Utah), on cutting spending to reduce the government deficit and why increasing taxes would not be a good idea.
Fmr. Bush Advisor Karl Rove on why some Republicans want to keep taxes on the negotiating table over the budget.
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The Washington Post's Howard Kurtz on Fmr. Rep. Eric Massa’s scandal.
Sen . Saxby Chambliss , (R-Ga.), on the upcoming health-care battle.
Saxby Chambliss on marketplace transparency, health care, and his open dialogue with the administration regarding change.
Atlanta tea party organizer on protests
B&B on Stimulus
Presidential and Congressional poll results
Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform on lawmakers and Warren Buffett turning against the 'no tax pledge.'
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Rep. Heath Shuler (D-N.C), and Sen . Saxby Chambliss , (R-Ga.), on their efforts to push the Super Committee to reach an accord on cutting spending.
Former Clinton Advisor Doug Schoen discusses the latest address by President Obama.
Sen. Kent Conrad, (D-ND), on the progress in the debt negotiations.