Fiscal cliff update: Dec. 5: “Progress is being made”
Two incompatible plans, neither of which has much support even from its own side. What could possibly go wrong?
Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan speaking tonight: Coverage from Human Events
In what may be a first glimpse of the 2016 presidential race, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) are speaking tonight at the Kemp Leadership Award ceremony at Washington, DC’s Mayflower Renaissance Hotel. We’ll be covering the event, and you can watch a feed from C-SPAN.
Fiscal cliff update Dec. 4: Boehner parries
The Republican leadership’s plan, which seeks to raise revenues without substantial changes in marginal tax rates, isn’t winning any friends in the White House, but it has put President Obama in the rare position of responding to a GOP proposal rather than criticizing the Republicans for not offering ideas.
Fiscal cliff update Dec. 3: No visible changes
The week begins with no sign that President Obama and Republican legislative leaders are closer to Yes on an agreement to avert widespread tax hikes and sequestration of some spending increases, both of which will kick in without a new budget agreement before January 1.
Fiscal cliff update Nov. 30
Much of the day will be driven by the Obama administration’s latest plan, released Thursday, which is specific on spending light on the cutting. Stay up to date here.
Fiscal cliff update Nov. 29
As administration officials meet with top congressional leaders at the edge of the fiscal cliff, Obama has lunch with his former rival. Updates here throughout the day.
RSC Twitter Townhall
Talk live with conservative members of Congress about the path forward. Follow @RepublicanStudy
Fiscal cliff update Nov. 28
Another day into the ever waning time before the country flies off into the unknown beyond the fiscal cliff. Check here for updates throughout the day.
Daily fiscal cliff update Nov. 27
The latest on negotiations, strategy, and what the left and right are saying. Click here for updates throughout the day.