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Money & Politics with Larry Kudlow John Boehner

  • Will Tax Hikes Really Hurt US Economy?

    Howard Dean, former Democratic National Committee chairman, debates whether raising taxes on everyone will hurt the economic recovery, with Steve Forbes, Forbes Media chairman & editor-in-chief.

  • Boehner: Our Plan Cuts Spending

    House Speaker John Boehner and other GOP leaders speak out on why there is not yet an agreement on the "fiscal cilff."

  • Boehner: Our Plan Is Consistent With President's Call For a Balanced Approach

    Speaker of the House John Boehner met with President Obama this weekend to speak about the fiscal cliff. "We are still waiting for the White House to identify what spending cuts the President is willing to make as part of the balanced approach that he promised the American people."

  • Boehner Speaks on House Floor About Fiscal Cliff

    Speaker Boehner says he is still waiting for specifics on spending cuts from the White House. Discussing the current state of the fiscal cliff negotiations, with Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-NC); and CNBC's Maria Bartiromo, Brian Sullivan and the FMHR traders. CNBC's Mary Thompson also reports Apple is up about 3 percent today.

  • 90 Seconds with Art Cashin: Markets Pulled Back Slightly After Boehner

    CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss how the markets traded after Speaker Boehner spoke on the fiscal cliff. "The best strategy for the Republicans, I think, is to turn the deadline into January 1 to June 30," says Cashin.

  • Daley: We've Got to Get Growth

    "We've got to get growth in our economy," says Former Obama Chief of Staff Bill Daley, in discussing the fiscal cliff talks.

  • Finding a Path Towards Compromise

    Digging into the fiscal cliff negotiations in Washington, and what the impact could be for the U.S. economy if a compromise is not reached by years end, with Republican Policy Committee chairman Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming.

  • Sen. Warner: Optimistic We'll Get A Deal

    A closer look at the U.S. economy, and optimism regarding the negotiations in Washington to avert the 'fiscal cliff,' with Senator Mark Warner (D-VA). "It's almost un-American that we're not going to be able to step up and get [a deal] done," he says.

  • Fighting Back Fiscal Cliff Stalemate

    Discussing the state of the fiscal cliff negotiations in Washington, with Rep. Scott Garrett (R-NJ) and Rep. Sander Levin (D-MI).

  • Finding Common Ground on the 'Cliff'

    Where Washington stands on a fiscal cliff deal, with Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) and Senator Kent Conrad (D-ND). As long as we stay on revenues, and don't talk about entitlements, says Corker, we're never going to get to the right place.

  • Norquist: Fiscal Cliff Is a Made-Up Deadline

    "No one should sign a bad deal because of an imaginary deadline," explains Grover Norquist, American For Tax Reform president.

  • Sen. Johnson on Government, Business & the Fiscal Cliff

    Should holiday vacations be allowed if a deal to avert the fiscal cliff hasn't yet been put in place? Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI), weighs in. "If you want to get this economy going, and I think you could get it going, reduce the federal government's influence on business people's lives and on American's lives, " he explains.

  • Hensarling: I Give President 'A' For Honesty, 'F' For Effort

    America is facing a debt crisis, and it is spending driven, says Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R.-Texas), in sharing his opinions of President Obama's handling of the fiscal cliff negotiations.

  • Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform (ATR)

    "Raising taxes is always bad for the economy," Americans For Tax Reform President Grover Norquist told CNBC.

  • A leading House Republican told CNBC Tuesday that the GOP remains opposed to raising tax rates but may be powerless to prevent it.

  • Fratto: No One Has Seen Long-Term Entitlement Plan

    Measuring Washington's progress on the "fiscal cliff," with Tony Fratto, Hamilton Place Strategies, and Jared Bernstein, Center for Budget and Policy Priorities.

  • John Tamny of RealClear Markets calls the Fed's quantitative easing program "the monetary policy of the adolescent."

  • Speaker of the House John Boehner and President Barack Obama in 2012.

    House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy is warning that Republicans should be negotiating with President Obama over the fiscal cliff, not each other.

  • Playing Chicken with the Economy

    President Obama and Speaker Boehner met this weekend to discuss the fiscal cliff. CNBC's John Harwood looks at the progress of the discussions, with Gregory Mankiw, former Romney 2012 presidential campaign adviser, and Robert Johnson, former U.S. Senate Banking Committee chief economist.

  • What's Ahead for the Markets?

    How high can the market go when it's facing the prospect of a 'Fiscal Cliff?' Wells Capital Management's Jim Paulsen answers, and discusses his company's strategy.