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WATCH: Congressman Contradicts Obama’s Assertion Conservatives Are “Scared Of Widows And Orphans”

President Obama Wednesday mocked those critical of his administration’s refugee policy but Rep. Trey Gowdy has the perfect response. The Blaze has the details: Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) responded to President Barack Obama’s mocking assertion that caution from Republicans over accepting thousands of Syrian refugees is about being “scared of widows and orphans.” “The president says we are scared of widows and orphans,” Gowdy, the chairman of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security, said Thursday at a hearing on the Syrian refugees. “With all due respect to him, what I’m really afraid of is a foreign ...

Today’s Passionate Patriots: Hans Marsen

With Christmas and New Year’s upon us, the National Support Team of Tea Party Patriots is taking some time to be with our families and clear our heads of politics, barring any major legislation passing through Congress. Please enjoy these posts from the last few months – a Best of Tea Party Patriots, if you will. Below is the seventh post, published on October 29. In this post Tea Party Patriots blogger Dustin Siggins interviews Kentucky Tea Party Patriots state director Hans Marsen, who went above and beyond to make sure Tea Party Patriots’ first full-length film, The Determinators, got as much exposure as possible.   Today’s ...

Today’s Passionate Patriot: Hans Marsen

When most Americans think of the Tea Party, they think of American citizens doing their best to improve the nation in which they can fully participate in the political process. Well, one prominent Kentucky Tea Partier can’t even vote – yet he is the state director for the Kentucky Tea Party Patriots. That Patriot is Hans Marsen, a naturalized British citizen who moved to America in 1976 because the level of local control in America left him thoroughly impressed with the American system of government. Hans has put a great deal of work into helping Tea Party Patriots’ first movie, The Determinators, be a success in his area, and that is one of ...

Featured Member: Hans Marsen

Hans Marsen was born in 1943 Poland, during the worst of World War II. With an Estonian mother and German father, Hans spent the first 10 years of his life in post-war Germany. He immigrated to England in 1952, looking for opportunity, and to America in 1976, still pursuing the dream of wealth. He ran a successful chimney service for 26 years in California, but Hans knew the end result of California’s march to socialism because he lived it as a child and young adult. Now nestled on 5 acres in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, Hans saw the rhetoric of the Obama 2008 Campaign and grew concerned. “Where else can I go if America is shackled by socialism? I ...

Obama administration eyeing U.S. military bases to house illegal-immigrant minors

The Office of Refugee Resettlement is eyeing a number of U.S. military bases to house the influx of illegal immigrants who are unaccompanied minors. The Washington Examiner has the details: The Pentagon is beginning "site assessments" at bases as far north as North Dakota and Massachusetts. "The Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) at HHS is expanding its capacity to provide shelter for the current influx of unaccompanied children at the U.S. Southern Border. This temporary increased shelter capacity is a prudent step needed to ensure ORR meets its statutory responsibility to provide shelter for the unaccompanied children referred to its care ...

704 Reasons Tea Party Patriots is stronger than ever

  Tea Party Patriots this year has exploded its membership with 704 active groups nationwide, many of whom banded together in their local communities to host rallies and support local tea partyers running for office. Highlights include members of the We The People Tea Party of Southern Iowa hosting community-wide town halls with Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas); former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.); and Dr. Ben Carson. The Iowa Grassroots Coalition live-streamed an event featuring Sen. Cruz; former Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-Ark.); and former Sen. Santorum. The live-stream attracted more than 8,000 viewers nationwide. Furthermore, tens of ...

Obamacare forcing longstanding neighborhood deli in Nashville to close its doors

A Nashville, Tenn.-based deli is closing its doors after nearly 20 years in business in part because of the looming expense of the employer mandate under Obamacare, which requires employers with a staff of 50 or more to provide health-insurance to all full-time employees. The Daily Signal has the scoop:  “Having more than 50 full-time employees means you have to comply with the Affordable Care Act, and it was an unknown risk of how much it was going to cost,” he told The Daily Signal. “But it was going to be significant, and take a lot of time and labor to take care of the transition and the reporting and the forms.” Loventhal ...

Watchdog group calling for federal probe of Hillary’s relationship with firm tied to son-in-law

The Foundation for Accountability and Public Trust filed a complaint with the U.S. Office of Government Ethics saying former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave a deep-sea-mining company with ties to her son-in-law special access to State Department officials in violation of federal ethics guidelines. Fox News has the specifics: Mezvinsky, a partner in a New York hedge fund and the husband of Clinton's daughter Chelsea, had received an email in May 2012 from investor Harry Siklas asking if he could help set up contacts with Clinton or other State Department officials. That August, Clinton relayed a copy of the investor's email to Mezvin...

Whistleblower: DHS Civil Rights Office terminated program that could’ve foiled San Bernardino terror attack

Former Department of Homeland Security employee and whistleblower Philip Haney says DHS’ Civil Rights Office shut down a terrorist monitoring program that could have identified the San Bernardino terrorists early on and therefore prevented the California massacre, reports Fox News' Megyn Kelly. “[W]e would’ve put the red light on them,” Haney said of Farooq Saeed and Tashfeen Malik. The civil-rights division, says Haney, deleted nearly 80 records of investigations into individuals moving in and out of the country under the Visa Waiver Program – including an investigation into those at a Riverside, California mosque frequented by ...

5 of the best quotes against the national debt

The total U.S. national debt to date is a whopping $18,807,234,015,463.93, roughly $58,000 per citizen(!), according to Ed Hall who used information from the Treasury Department to calculate the number. While the push to repeal Obamacare in the Senate reconciliation bill moves to the House and then to President Obama's desk, it's the perfect time to remember why conservatives need to continue to push for an end to out-of-control spending in Washington: because — in the words of U.S. Senator Mike Lee — letting future generations foot the bill is "taxation without representation." Here are leaders past and present who remind us why we need ...