On The Show Today


-The Fiscal Cliff Fight continues - this time the White House rejects the GOP's counter-offer

- Americans are paying 2012 prices on a 1999 paycheck with a 1969 net worth
- Obama spends his time tweeting instead of negotiating
REP. LOUIS GOHMERT (TX) - Gohmert.House.Gov
Could the Flat Tax be the solution to our fiscal woes?

Serving his fourth term in the United States House of Representatives, Congressman Louie Gohmert was first sworn in January 4, 2005. He proudly represents the First District of Texas which encompasses over 12 counties stretching nearly 120 miles down the state's eastern border. 

REP. DAVE SCHWEIKERT (AZ) - Schweikert.House.Gov
GOP ledership stripped Rep. Schweikert of his seat on the Financial Services Committee.

David Schweikert has been a lifelong Arizona resident and advocate.  He was raised in Scottsdale, and attended Arizona State University. At ASU he earned a bachelor’s degree in Finance and Real Estate as well as an MBA. Soon after receiving his bachelor's degree, he started a small real estate business.  David was first elected to the United States House of Representatives in 2010, where he is currently representing Arizona’s 5th district.

REP. SEAN DUFFY (WI) - Duffy.House.Gov
His take on the Fiscal Cliff negotiations

Sean Duffy serves on the House Financial Services Committee and the Joint Economic Committee.  He was born and raised in Hayward, Wisconsin. His great, great grandfather was one of the state's early pioneers and a laborer for the Northwestern Lumber Company. His great grandfather, one of Hayward's founding settlers, was a sawyer for 27 years.  The tenth of eleven siblings, Congressman Duffy worked his way through law school by performing in lumberjack shows and exhibitions across the state of Wisconsin and around the country.  As District Attorney, Congressman Duffy was recognized as an aggressive prosecutor with a trial success rate over 90%. Through the MTV show, “The Real World,” Congressman Duffy met his wife Rachel Campos-Duffy, an Arizona native. Together, they are the proud parents of six children: Evita, Jack, Lucia-Belen, John-Paul, Paloma, and MariaVictoria.