I don’t think the government is going over the fiscal cliff. That is, I believe Republicans and President Obama will reach a deal on tax increases and spending cuts that will avert cuts that everyone agrees will harm the economy and undermine national security. The signal comes in this paragraph in a Washington Post article running today. It notes that in Wednesday’s press conference, Obama
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An outburst by a member of the mainstream media at the end of President Obama’s press conference Wednesday was applauded by his colleagues, in marked contrast to when a reporter for a conservative news outlet spoke out of turn during remarks by the president last June and then was widely condemned. Bloomberg reporter Hans Nichols Wednesday breached long-established press conference decorum when he shouted a
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