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News Briefing for Thursday, January 15 2015

TEA PARTY PATRIOTS: COALITION BLASTS IDEA OF GIVING OBAMA MORE POWER 'Fast track' for trade agreement would be 'height of irresponsibility' “A group letter urging opposition to passage of fast track trade authority has been delivered to Congress, and American for Limited Government promised a robust effort to educate members of Congress and their constituents about the dangers of giving Obama yet more power. In addition to those at the press conference, others signing the group letter were Jenny Beth Martin, founder of Tea Party Patriots and Judson Philips of Tea Party Nation.” http://www.wnd.com/2015/01/coalition-blasts-idea-of-givi...

News Briefing for Friday, January 2, 2015

HEALTHCARE: Obamacare PR push goes silent “Health care reform advocates who struggled for decades to pass Obamacare left the job half-undone. They failed to sell it. They also underestimated the unrelenting intensity and duration of the opposition that makes the law so vulnerable to legislative and legal challenges even now, nearly five years after its passage. The White House and its allies are trying fresh messaging strategies for 2015 enrollment, including a lower-key sales pitch and narratives from real people who are happy with their coverage. Those success stories didn’t exist before coverage began one year ago. Yet the messaging missteps ...

Exempt America: Reactions From the West Lawn

On Tuesday, the Exempt America Rally drew approximately 7,000 patriots from across America. Braving heat, missed work, and Beltway lobbyists, they came to demand Congress defund Obamacare. Tea Party Patriots National Coordinator Jenny Beth Martin said it best as the rally closed – despite the politicians and other speakers at the rally, the real attention deserves to be on the politically courageous men and women who stood for hours in the hot sun to defend their country. In honor of those who traveled to the Rally, Here are perspectives from those on the lawn. We couldn’t get to everyone, so be sure to post your own in the comments! ...

“You can keep your doctor” is more Punch Line than Promise

H/T to Ed Morrissey for this story on how supply and demand turned an Obamacare supporter into a public opponent: Still, Christensen once supported Obamacare -- also called the Affordable Care Act -- because he likes to help people. "I'm a left-leaning social activist," he said Wednesday at a Chattanooga chapter meeting of the National Federation of Independent Businesses, which counted U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann, R-Tenn., and State Sen. Bo Watson, R-Chattanooga, in attendance. "It sounded like a good idea to offer insurance to all the people in the country." Christensen was originally concerned with patients who go to the emergency room for minor ...