The latest news on Norquist, Grover
For decades, conservative lobbyist Grover Norquist vowed to drive Republicans out of office if they didn't pledge to oppose tax increases. Many lawmakers signed on.
Republicans in Congress will stick to Grover Norquist's pledge and refuse to raise taxes.
Most voters are resigned to tax increases. The GOP is finally catching up.
No one likes taxes, but Congress must realize people want roads and libraries and Social Security, and these things cost money.
The Americans for Tax Reform president believes Boehner will keep no-new-taxes pledge.
But the anti-tax crusader says even Obama, in second term, would have to accommodate Congress on trims.
'80s-themed GOP convention party sounded awesome, but conservative "Wednesday meeting" will replace it.
Democrats dig in on the hill, vow to extend Bush Tax Cuts for the middle class, not the wealthy.
Anti-tax warrior Grover Norquist hits back at former president George H.W. Bush.
Jeb Bush and Grover Norquist disagree on the current state of the Republican Party