Grover Norquist answers the question, “Abortion wars flaring anew?” in Politico’s Arena.  “Rather than ‘flair’ any conflicts there is now an opportunity to unite Americans who oppose all or most abortions and those who oppose government spending in areas not mentioned in the Constitution. A strong majority of both Republicans and independents oppose taking money from taxpayers, many of whom have moral objections to abortion, and spending it on the promotion and provision of abortion.”

NewsMax featured ATR’s breakdown of Obama’s Budget.  “Under the Obama budget, tax revenues will grow from 14.4 percent of GDP in 2011 to 20 percent of GDP in 2021. By comparison, the historical average is only 18 percent of GDP…Added all together, this budget is a 10-year, $1.5 trillion tax hike over present law. That’s $1.5 trillion taken out of the economy and spent on government instead of being used to create jobs…There is virtually no new tax relief relative to present law in the president’s budget.”

“America’s First Trillionaire Needs Your Help” from the Washington Times.  “Government growth is what we’re going to get with Mr. Obama shoveling out $3.7 trillion in 2012 – a mere $90 billion less than what was spent last year. That appears to be a ‘cut’ of about 2.3 percent, but the reduction is illusory…Over the next decade, that adds up to $8.9 trillion in new debt, or $97,555 for each American who pays taxes. The first wave of taxes will reach $1.6 trillion by the reckoning of Americans for Tax Reform. Although Mr. Obama asserts that only ‘millionaires and billionaires’ will be affected, don’t believe it.”