Andy Roth

Club for Growth

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Vice President for Government Affairs at the Club for Growth, a free market, anti-tax advocacy group

Andy Roth on KCRW

The lame duck Congress has until next week to prevent a government shutdown. At the moment, that sounds unlikely.

Will Washington Flirt with Disaster or Punt until Next Year?

The lame duck Congress has until next week to prevent a government shutdown. At the moment, that sounds unlikely.

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Before anyone knew for sure there would be a government shutdown at midnight tonight, Democrats and Republicans were blaming each other.

Brinksmanship and the Blame Game

Before anyone knew for sure there would be a government shutdown at midnight tonight, Democrats and Republicans were blaming each other.

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Last week, President Obama and Speaker John Boehner agreed that the debt-limit deadline had created an opportunity for something "big:" tax loophole-closings and spending cuts,…

Stalemate over the Debt Ceiling Continues

Last week, President Obama and Speaker John Boehner agreed that the debt-limit deadline had created an opportunity for something "big:" tax loophole-closings and spending cuts,…

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