Monday, February 18, 2013 5:59pm EST
NO PROGRESS ON SPENDING CUTS: With less than two weeks until blind, automatic spending cuts come in to effect, both sides of the aisle have entrenched themselves in their positions. Republicans and Democrats are no closer after the most recent proposal and more members of Congress are starting to believe that the cuts will happen.
NEED TO GOVERN FOR THE FUTURE:
No Labels Co-Founder Mark McKinnon says it is time for this country to get serious about our growing debt. But to tackle problems like this, lawmakers need to lead. One of the first steps is to acknowledge that there is a problem. Then, leaders must come together and tell the truth, govern for the future, put America first, be responsible and work together to solve that problem: Mark McKinnon for The Daily Beast: Welcome to Debt Anonymous: Why America Needs to Act Now
BEST WEEK IN WASHINGTON:
After getting 40 members of Congress to wear the problem solvers pin at the State of the Union address, MSNBC panelist Susan Del Percio said that No Labels had the best week in Washington last week. Watch the video here:Youtube: No Labels has best week in Washington
PRESIDENTS DAY: Happy Presidents Day
. Our country has had some great leaders throughout its history. We can only hope today's leaders look back to some of the best examples to find out how to work across the aisle to solve problems.
In today's Problem-Solver's Daily, we discuss how neither party wants to take action on the proposals they each call for in negotiating a "grand bargain."
In today's Problem-Solver's Daily, we look at the changing composition of Congress, how CEOs can break the gridlock, and support for No Budget, No Pay.
In today's Problem-Solver's Daily, No Labels Co-Chair Jon Huntsman talks about the importance of working together, writers were not impressed with President Obama's latest address and there is a hold up on immigration.