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- Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi backs down (a little)
- Korean Rapper PSY performs for the president despite his anti-American slurs
- Fiscal cliff talks CONTINUE...Boehner and Obama meet face to face
- Charlie Crist switches parties, and may run to reclaim his Florida Governorship
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SENATOR ORRIN HATCH (UT) - Hatch.Senate.Gov

Senator Hatch is the Ranking Member of the Senate Finance committee, and shares his thoughts on the Fiscal Cliff

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Now in his sixth term as Utah's senator, Orrin Hatch is championing vital legislation for Utahns. Among his many initiatives are the Balanced Budget Amendment to the Constitution, the Strengthening Our Commitment to Legal Immigration and America’s Security Act, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act, and the Utah School Trust Lands Exchange Act.  He is the Ranking Member of the Senate Finance Committee.

JUDGE ANDREW NAPOLITANO - JudgeNap.com

His book "Theodore and Woodrow" says these two Presidents laid the foundation for today's Big Government.

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Judge Andrew P. Napolitano joined Fox News Channel in January 1998, and currently serves as the Senior Judicial Analyst. He provides on air legal analysis every weekday throughout the day on Fox News and on its sister network, Fox Business Network. 

TOM PUTNAM AND BRENNA SANCHEZ - DetroitFireFilm.org

Their movie, "Burn," chronicles a year at the Detroit Fire Department

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Tom Putnam’s short films and features have played over 400 film festivals and have been released worldwide. His projects for PBS include producing the critically acclaimed documentary feature Marwencol, winner of the Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary at the 2010 SXSW Film Festival and two Independent Spirit Awards. Other credits include the documentary Red White Black & Blue for the Emmy-winning PBS series “Independent Lens.” His short films include Broadcast 23, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and Tom Hits His Head, one of the most widely seen short films of all time. He also was named “One of the 25 New Faces of Independent Film” by Filmmaker magazine.

Detroit native Brenna Sanchez is a documentary filmmaker specializing in music, adventure and cultural projects. She got her start in as a writer and editor for the award-winning monthly magazines Orbit, Hour Detroit, and Raygun, the cutting-edge music magazine. She has worked on such films as Hank Williams: Honky Tonk Blues (PBS), The Highwaymen (CMT), The Joy of Lex (Discovery), The Cool School (PBS), about the LA art scene of the 1960s, SEARCH AND DESTROY: Iggy & The Stooges’ RAW POWER (Sony), and Johnny Cash’s America (Sony/A&E IndieFilms), which was nominated for a 2010 GRAMMY Award. BURN is her directorial debut.