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Trump: ‘It was a terrible, terrible thing for the United States to enter [Iran] deal’

President Donald J. Trump during his trip to Israel said the U.S. never should have entered into the Iran nuclear deal under the Obama administration. The Washington Examiner has the story: Trump used his visit to Israel to criticize the Obama administration's Iranian nuclear deal, something that has won him praise from Israel. "It was a terrible, terrible thing for the United States to enter that deal," Trump said. "And believe me, Iran will never have a nuclear weapon. That I can tell you." The Iran nuclear deal is a disaster and gives Iran far too much leeway when it comes to international inspections of the nation’s nuclear sites. Click ...

VA trying to muscle out whistleblower

A Department of Veterans Affairs office in Memphis, Tennessee is trying to kick out a whistleblower who reported the office is welcoming back an employee who served time for drunken driving. The Daily Caller has the details: Management at the medical center sent whistleblower Sean Higgins a letter on May 15 in an attempt to remove him from the facility for a third time, according to a document obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation. He was fired once in 2008 and regained his job after successfully arguing discrimination. The second attempt came in August 2014, but a Merit Systems Protection Board reversed the VA’s action, giving him his ...

Tea Party Patriots Asks Intel Committees to Investigate Illegal Leaks

March 23, 2017 Chairman Burr, Vice Chairman Warner, Rep. Conaway and Ranking Member Schiff: I write as president of an organization with over 2 million supporters nationwide, an organization that has directly felt the heavy hand of persecution by the very government we support with our taxes. With respect, our question to you with regard to the investigation into alleged Russian interference and meddling in the last presidential election – on behalf of all law-abiding Americans – is what happened to the emphasis and focus on a) the illegal release of classified information to the news media, and b) the unmasking of law-abiding American ...

TPP requests intel committees investigate illegal leaks

March 23, 2017 Chairman Burr, Vice Chairman Warner, Rep. Conaway and Ranking Member Schiff: I write as president of an organization with over 2 million supporters nationwide, an organization that has directly felt the heavy hand of persecution by the very government we support with our taxes. With respect, our question to you with regard to the investigation into alleged Russian interference and meddling in the last presidential election – on behalf of all law-abiding Americans – is what happened to the emphasis and focus on a) the illegal release of classified information to the news media, and b) the unmasking of law-abiding American ...

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Tea Party Patriots Weekly Report from Washington for 5/21/17

CALENDAR: The House will return on Monday, with the first votes scheduled for 6:30 PM. The House will stay in session through Thursday, with the last vote scheduled to be no later than 3 PM. And then they’ll be gone for the Memorial Day recess, and won’t return until Tuesday, June 6. The Senate will return on Monday, with the first vote set for 5:30. They’ll stay in session through Thursday, at which point the Senate will embark on its Memorial Day recess. LAST WEEK ON THE HOUSE FLOOR: On Thursday, the House passed H.R. 115, the Thin Blue Line Act, by a vote of 271-143. The bill makes the killing of a state or local law ...

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich: Surrender or fight

Longtime political pundit and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich says our country is approaching a fork in the road and that Americans shouldn’t fall for the version of President Trump the mainstream media and government bureaucrats who lined Hillary Clinton’s campaign coffers want you to believe. Fox News has the commentary: As the media continues to serve as a megaphone for the nameless federal employees who have axes to grind, remember that 95 percent of 2016 campaign donations from federal employees went to Hillary Clinton. At the State Department, 99 percent of employees who gave supported Clinton, and that figure is 97 percent at ...

Jenny Beth Martin on IRS targeting scandal: ‘We need to know what happened’

Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Jenny Beth Martin appeared on Fox & Friends this week to demand that the impending testimony of the former government executives at the center of the IRS targeting scandal is made public and not sealed as the two women have requested out of fear for their safety. “They need to be kept safe; I absolutely think that needs to happen. I know what it’s like when threats are made against you and you want to feel safe but we need to know what happened. They need to testify and the public needs to hear that testimony to be able to get to the bottom of what happened to us so we can finally have justice,” says Jenny ...

Inflation down in April

Americans were hit hard in the economic downturn and, while nothing can fully make up for the financial blows sustained then, it’s a small consolation for American families that their dollar stretched a little farther in the month of April, as the rising costs of consumer goods slowed slightly. The Washington Examiner has the story: Inflation slowed to a 2.2 percent annual rate in April, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday in a release of the Consumer Price Index that suggested that inflationary pressures have eased off in recent months. Inflation was even lower than forecasters' expectations, which it to slow for a second straight ...

Oregon Obamacare insurers requesting double-digit premium hikes

Health insurers who plan to continue their participation in the Obamacare exchanges recently submitted increased premiums proposals between 7 and 22 percent, according to new reports. The Washington Examiner has the details: The average, unsubsidized requests are 17.2 percent, according to independent analyst Charles Gaba, who writes ACASignups.net. The rates are proposals that will ultimately be decided by the state's insurance division. ATRIO, one of the insurers who plans to participate in the exchanges, said in its letter explaining the requested increase of 21.8 percent that premiums in 2016 were insufficient to cover claims, and that ...