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Jenny Beth’s Journal: EPA ‘overregulation’ biggest ‘drag’ on economy – Pruitt will fix that

Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Jenny Beth Martin in her latest opinion column published Thursday says the Environmental Protection Agency will have a more significant impact on individual Americans’ economic prospects than will our Treasury Secretary – and EPA Administrator Nominee Scott Pruitt is the man for the job, as he will balance environmental and economic interests. The Washington Times has the commentary: As Oklahoma Attorney General, he negotiated a water rights settlement with Indian tribes that preserved the ecosystems of scenic lakes and rivers. He also worked hand-in-hand with the Democrat Attorney General in Arkansas to reduce ...

Jenny Beth’s Journal: Principled and persuasive, Sessions is the perfect attorney general nominee

Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Jenny Beth Martin in a recent column says Attorney General Nominee Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) has shown he is willing to put appearances aside and dig into the specifics of proposed policy and consider potential ramifications and whether the policy jives with the liberties enshrined in our Constitution. The Washington Times has the commentary: I have had the distinct honor of working alongside Sen. Sessions on several key legislative battles over the last five years, and I have always been impressed with his willingness to roll up his sleeves and do the hard work of fighting for conservative principles. In 2013, when ...

Jenny Beth’s Journal: Politicians in 2017 must ‘have the courage to stand’ by these four campaign promises

Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Jenny Beth Martin in a recent column asks members of the new Congress and the new administration to have the chutzpah to follow through on the campaign promises that landed them in Washington, D.C. – specifically, repealing Obamacare; securing the border; reforming the tax code; and reforming trade policy. The Washington Times has the commentary: Republicans should show the same stubborn commitment to conservatism’s tried-and-true principles as the Democrats show to their misguided and unworkable principles. Patient-centered health care reform, a simplified tax code, immigration laws that respect the rule of ...

Jenny Beth’s Journal: Find out who made the 2016 “naughty” and “nice” lists

Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Jenny Beth Martin in her latest column shares who made the “nice” list this year and who made the “naughty” list. Find out who deserves a lump of coal in his or her stocking and who Santa should go the extra mile for this year. The Washington Times has the commentary: Tea Party Patriots Activists: Hundreds of thousands of Tea Party Patriots activists worked tirelessly over the past year to help make sure that our agenda was front and center throughout the primary and the general election. We made more than 2 million phone calls, sent handwritten letters and postcards to voters, and knocked on doors in each ...

Jenny Beth’s Journal: Confirm Sessions

  Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Jenny Beth Martin in her latest columns calls on members of the Senate to confirm President-elect Donald Trump’s Attorney-General-In-Waiting Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.). The Washington Times has the commentary: As Attorney General, Jeff Sessions will, contrary to the actions of his immediate predecessors, uphold and enforce the laws on the books, and defend the Constitution. And that’s exactly what we want and what we need in an Attorney General — especially after eight years of a lawless administration. Nevertheless, leading Senate Democrats are determined to defeat (or, more likely, simply ...

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Jenny Beth Martin: Democrat stalling, blocking Trump cabinet picks hypocritical

Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Jenny Beth Martin in a recent column points out that Democrat stalling confirmation of President-elect Donald Trump’s cabinet nominees is unfair considering many of President Obama’s nominees were unanimously confirmed upon his inauguration. The Washington Times has the commentary: Senate Democrats, reports Politico, are planning to “give Trump Cabinet picks the [Merrick] Garland treatment,” including “a grinding confirmation process, weighing delay tactics that could eat up weeks of the Senate calendar and hamper [Trump’s] first 100 days in office.” Further, Politico elaborates, at least five ...

Washington Free Beacon: More guns sold in 2016 than any other year

  Guns are flying off shelves in 2016 like milk and bread during snowstorms, as FBI authorities conducted more gun-related background checks this year than any other in history, according to a National Criminal Background Check System report. The Washington Free Beacon has the scoop: So far this year, the FBI has processed 24,767,514 checks through its National Instant Criminal Background Check System, known as NICS, which puts 2016 more than 160,000 checks above the yearly record set in 2015. The record comes after November 2016 set its own monthly record with 2,561,281 checks, nearly 320,000 more than the previous record set last ...

The reason three times as many Muslims voted for Trump compared to Romney

A poll released last week by the Council on American-Islamic Relations found that President-elect Donald Trump garnered nearly three times as many votes from Muslim-American men and women than Mitt Romney did during his unsuccessful bid for the White House in 2012. The Daily Caller reports: The CAIR exit poll of more than 2,000 registered Muslim voters found that 74 percent voted for Hillary Clinton and 13 percent voted for Trump. CAIR’s 2012 exit poll showed 85.7 percent of Muslims voted for President Barack Obama and 4.4 percent voted for Romney. During Trump’s campaign for the presidency, he released a plan to ban Muslims from entering ...

Jenny Beth Martin talks IRS, Obama’s internet giveaway with Daily Signal’s Genevieve Wood

Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Jenny Beth Martin recently sat down with Daily Signal Senior Contributor Genevieve Wood to discuss Congress’ pending vote on whether to impeach President Obama’s corrupt IRS Commissioner John Koskinen as well as to discuss President Obama’s plan in the coming weeks to hand over regulatory control of the internet. “Part of the reason [Commissioner Koskinen] needs to be impeached is because he misled Congress and he lied to Congress,” says Jenny Beth. The commissioner took the reins at the scandal-ridden agency in the wake of news the agency was targeting Americans for their political beliefs but, instead ...