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Obamacare protests Resemble Campaign Rallies (USA Today – Jayne O’Donnell)

WASHINGTON — If the scene outside the Supreme Court on Wednesday resembled dueling campaign rallies — and it did — that was because many people's views on the hotly contested Obamacare case argued inside fall along partisan lines... Continue here.

Jay Carney Echoing President Obama’s “Pinocchios”

Last week, The Fact Checker gave President Obama Four Pinocchios for lying about the debt ceiling. Shortly afterward, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney made his own deceptive statements on the 2011 and 2013 debates. First, Carney repeats the same claim President Obama was fact-checked for by Glenn Kessler over at The Washington Post – that the debt ceiling has never been used to gain concessions by the opposite party. Fox News’ Ed Henry took him to task: ED HENRY: Since you said you wanted to focus on facts. Yesterday, you and the president talked about how never in the history of America has the debt ceiling been used to extort the ...

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney avoids questions like it’s his job

Between amnesty immigration, the IRS scandal, the NSA scandal, the President Obama crowd dwarfing Rally on Wednesday, and the food stamp bill, it’s been a long couple of weeks. As a break from the seriousness of what we do, here’s a little fun at White House Press Secretary Jay Carney’s expense from Yahoo! News: Jay Carney doesn’t have an answer for that. He hasn’t discussed that subject with the president. He will refer you to the Department of [insert agency here]. He refuses to speculate on that. He’ll have to get back to you. But he appreciates the question. A Yahoo News analysis of the 444 briefings that Carney has held since ...


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IRS denies tea partyers’ longtime requests for tax-exempt status

The IRS has denied tax-exempt status to two tea-party groups, including an Albuquerque, New Mexico-based tea-party group that for seven years was waiting on an answer from the tax-collection agency. The Washington Times has the story: The tax agency, under orders from a federal judge, is belatedly tackling the remaining tea party cases that it delayed for years, and so far the tea party isn’t doing well. Only one of the three groups in the case was approved, and the other two, including Albuquerque, got notices of proposed denials last week. The applicants will have a chance to appeal, but the denials aren’t sitting well with the groups, ...

Impeach John Koskinen: Call and Tweet

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Bill of Rights Week: Defend the Bill of rights

Bill of Rights Week: Call and Tweet the House Judiciary Committee to tell them to impeach John Koskinen