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Dec 28, 2012

Washington Spenders Flunk Basic Math

Issa: Raising Taxes Won't Avoid Fiscal Cliff. This isn’t about fairness and unfairness. It’s about taxing and spending, and the federal government has spent enough.

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Dec 21, 2012

“Lingering Questions on Benghazi” in Foreign Policy

Americans deserve the full truth, writes Issa: "When the sworn testimony of State Department officials is undercut by an independent review like the ARB's, it damages the reputation and credibility of the State Department as a whole. Until the full truth about the security failures in Benghazi finally sees the light of day, questions will continue to be raised and the process of learning from this tragedy will be hindered by the petty secrets the State Department has deemed too sensitive to ...

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Oversight Team
Dec 15, 2012

Fiscal Cliff? No, It’s A Tax Mountain

Issa: "When you break it down, it's pretty simple. Next month, everyone's taxes will go up. Republicans in Congress are fighting for tax cuts that will benefit 100 percent of taxpayers and for a meaningful reduction in government spending that will address the true root causes of our fiscal instability. The only real question is whether or not Barack Obama and Nancy Pelosi will allow us to go over the fiscal cliff because they didn't get 100 percent of what they wanted."