Ron Utt

Senior Research Fellow, Heritage Foundation

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President Obama went to Capitol Hill today to persuade Republicans to support his stimulus bill.  Before he even got there, House GOP leaders told members to vote “no.”  After his…

Can Bipartisanship Survive the Stimulus Bill?

President Obama went to Capitol Hill today to persuade Republicans to support his stimulus bill.  Before he even got there, House GOP leaders told members to vote “no.”  After his…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Polls show that everybody wants to fix the economy, but grassroots partisans  don’t agree  about how to do it, and that’s reflected in Washington.

House Republicans Say No Deal to Obama Stimulus Plan

Polls show that everybody wants to fix the economy, but grassroots partisans don’t agree about how to do it, and that’s reflected in Washington.

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