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Ryan Ellis

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Tax Policy Director at Americans for Tax Reform, a conservative think-tank founded in 1985 by Grover Norquist

Ryan Ellis on KCRW

With Democrats angry at him for offering spending cuts and Republicans adamant about higher taxes, President Obama is trying to look like the only adult in Washington.

Debt Ceiling Negotiations and the Fear of Default

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As the debt ceiling deadline looms, veteran Republican leaders reportedly are telling Tea Party members not to mess with America's full faith and credit.

Politics and the Debt Ceiling

As the debt ceiling deadline looms, veteran Republican leaders reportedly are telling Tea Party members not to mess with America's full faith and credit.

from To the Point

One economics editor says Washington has been running a " fiscal clown show " for the past 10 years by spending more and taxing less.

Taxing the Multinationals

One economics editor says Washington has been running a " fiscal clown show " for the past 10 years by spending more and taxing less.

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