The Fiscal Cliff Drama Played Like A Saturday Morning Cartoon
The fiscal cliff negotiations unfolded like an episode of the Road Runner, except in this episode, the Road Runner was played by the private sector, and Wylie E. Coyote was played by the federal government. Hear more about how the Republicans negotiated a deal that resulted in more debt and higher taxes, on this ZoNation.
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After a Colorado legislative session full of wildly unpopular gun control bills, CO Senator John Morse is facing recall. The group that has come to his aid to the tune of $20k? America Votes. Colorado Peak Politics reports Mayor Michael Bloomberg, the gun grabbiest of them all may have funded part of the group and is financially supporting many of its partner organizations.