Concern spreads about tax cut deal’s $900 billion addition to deficit and debt
Dem anger jeopardizes tax cut deal, forces Obama to schedule emergency press conference
Let's Make A Deal - TheDC
President Obama and congressional Republicans have reached a tentative deal to extend the Bush tax cuts for all income levels
Republicans should offer to compromise on the Bush tax cuts in exchange for across-the-board spending cuts.
One group has been conspicuously quiet during the debate over whether to extend all or some of the Bush tax cuts: Organizing for America
The big crunch - TheDC
Top conservatives try to figure out how much Obama’s debt reduction plan will raise taxes
Senate holds pointless Saturday session - Politico
Senators cast ‘test votes’ on two Democratic tax cut measures that will almost certainly fail
Pro-growth incentives will fix this dismal unemployment picture.
Robert Gibbs said Thursday that there is no deal imminent with Republicans on tax cut extension
House Democrats moved toward a vote to show their commitment to letting taxes on the wealthy go up
Congress should make all of the current tax rates permanent and keep the money where it belongs — in the hands of the people who earned it.
Democrats shouldn’t be playing politics with tax cuts.
Debt commission final report leans right, but conservatives say it’s just a first step
The partisan stalemate over tax cuts softened Monday, pointing to the outlines of a potential compromise that could involve extending the cuts for up to two years
Presumed House Speaker John Boehner said Wednesday that he will continue to press for a permanent extension of all Bush-era tax cuts
Obama gives no indication he is willing to compromise on his intent to let the Bush tax cuts expire for high earners