During Scott Walker's address at the Ronald Reagan Library, he stated that the pension plan for Wisconsin is fully funded, the only one in the country. PolitiFact rated it as a true claim. This should get Republicans excited for Walker, again. Not that they need much reason.
Meanwhile, 2016 Republican presidential hopeful Marco Rubio sends out a confusing tweet.
As always, great information from FactCheck. The CBO reports that the fiscal cliff deal will increase deficits by $4.6 trillion over the next 10 years comparing to actually allowing all the tax deals to expire.
At Five Thirty-Eight, Micah Cohen points out that Speaker Boehner's struggles with retaining his position is historic and makes a comparison to Newt Gingrich. Five Thirty-Eight has been fantastic this year.