Afternoon Blog Roundup
The DailyCaller – Matt Lewis – Grover Norquist: Letting Bush tax cuts expire wouldn’t violate anti-tax pledge
The DailyCaller – Matt Lewis – Well, what does the founder of Home Depot know about creating jobs anyway?
The Foundry – Markay Lachlan – Business Leaders: Liberal Economic Policies Are Preventing Recovery
The Foundry – Ronald Utt – The U.S. Chamber of Tax Hikes
Hot Air – Ed Morrissey – NYT: Obama, Boehner “closing in” on deal
Hot Air – Tina Korbe – Conservatives push back: Cut, Cap and Balance is the plan
National Review – Veronique de Rugy – Does the Gang of Six Deal Increase or Reduce Taxes?
National Review – Peter Kirsanow – Business Under Assault
RedState – Dan Horowitz – There Are No Spending Cuts Without Downsizing Government
RedState – Brad Jackson – Congressmen Bill Cassidy, Steve King and Jeb Hensarling on Cut, Cap and Balance and the Gang of Six
TownHall – Guy Benson – ‘Gang of Six’ Plan: Illusory Cuts, No Entitlement Reform, Trillions In New Taxes
TownHall – Elizabeth Meinecke – Sen. Mike Lee: The Case for a Balanced Budget
The Weekly Standard – Matt Continetti – Read George Will on the Debt Fight
The Weekly Standard – Michael Warren – Norquist Says Letting Bush Tax Cuts Expire Not a Tax Increase, Then Backtracks