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The Buck Stops… Anywhere but 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue

With the rollout of Obamacare a complete disaster, one might expect the Obama Administration to apologize to the public for lying about who can keep their coverage. Or perhaps for the premium increases millions of Americans are seeing. Or for spending hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars on a failed website. Nope: Speaking to reporters Tuesday White House Press Secretary Jay Carney blamed loss of healthcare coverage for millions of Americans on insurance companies complying with the Affordable Care Act. "Insurers pulled those plans away from them," Carney said. "The law [Obamacare] could not order insurers not to cancel that plan." Millions ...

Tea Party Patriots in Pennsylvania launch Get Out The Vote event

With the critical November elections less than 50 days away, Tea Party Patriots across the country are launching Get Out The Vote (GOTV) efforts. In the fight for fiscal sanity, limited government and repeal of the President’s health care law, Patriots are doing the hard work of educating the public on these issues. One such GOTV effort took place this past Saturday in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Don Reimer (who is the coordinator for the Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots) put together their first of many GOTV events for local activists. This event, while a learning experience for all involved, showed how national and local coordination can ...

Pennsylvania Speakers Bureau

John M. Morningstar Local Coordinator, Bradford County Tea Party Wysox, PA John Morningstar is the coordinator of the Bradford County Tea Party in Wysox, PA. He and Valerie, his wife of 30 years, have two daughters, both of whom are teachers “I got involved with Tea Party Patriots because this out-of-control federal government is hurting my daughters. Layoffs, postponed weddings - they deserve better.”   Lisa V. Nancollas Local Coordinator, Mifflin County Tea Party Lewistown, PA Lisa Nancollas lives in Lewistown, Pennsylvania. She is the coordinator for Mifflin County Tea Party Patriots. Lisa is a registered nurse with a bachelor’s ...

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 ...

Tea Party Patriots Opposes Omnibus Spending Bill

Atlanta, GA – Tea Party Patriots President and co-founder Jenny Beth Martin released the following statement today in opposition to the latest spending bill that was released last night: “Tea Party Patriots opposes the latest spending bill to come out of Washington, which will add to our national debt without any plan to balance our budget. Rather than forcing President Obama to consider a real plan to balance our budget in five years and offer our children and grandchildren a debt-free future, the Washington establishment is once again proving they don’t understand the fundamental issues facing our nation. We simply can’t afford to keep ...

Tea Party Patriots Weekly Report from Washington for 07/19/15

  CALENDAR: The House will come back into session on Tuesday, with the first votes scheduled for 6:30 PM. The House will stay in session until Friday, with the last votes expected no later than 3 PM. The Senate will come back into session at 10 AM Tuesday, with no votes scheduled before 2:15 PM. At that point, the Senate is expected to vote on cloture on the Motion To Proceed to H.R. 22 the vehicle for the surface transportation reauthorization bill, known more colloquially as the Highway Bill. They will still in session until Friday. LAST WEEK ON THE HOUSE FLOOR: The House began its work last week on Monday, taking up six ...

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News Briefing for Wednesday, June 3

TEA PARTY PATRIOTS: Patriot Act Renewal: Senate Overwhelmingly Votes To Proceed “…Conservative groups are arguing against McConnell’s amendments, and that could augur trouble in the House. So far, the USA Freedom Act has enjoyed unusual support from both tea party groups and the American Civil Liberties Union. “We support passage of the USA Freedom Act as passed by the House, and see no need whatsoever for these amendments which are obviously designed to weaken the bill,” Tea Party Patriots CEO Jenny Beth Martin said in a statement. “Simply put, if it is amended in the manner that the Majority Leader desires, we will be forced to ...

News Briefing for May 30

TEA PARTY PATRIOTS: Choosing between Big Brother and the Bill of Rights (Op-ed) “Around 1:30 a.m. Saturday, there was a seismic shift in the U.S. Congress. As the Senate deadlocked over what to do about several expiring provisions of the Patriot Act, it became clear that political momentum had moved away from surveillance and secrecy toward freedom and privacy….” http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-0529-abdo-martin-nsa-20150529-story.html ACLU and Tea Party leaders unite against surveillance “It takes a travesty most vile to compel two groups that are essentially polar opposites to get together and call for reform. Enter the ...

News Briefing for Thursday, May 28

HEALTHCARE: Overhead costs exploding under ObamaCare, study finds “Five years after the passage of ObamaCare, there is one expense that’s still causing sticker shock across the healthcare industry: overhead costs. The administrative costs for healthcare plans are expected to explode by more than a quarter of a trillion dollars over the next decade, according to a new study published by the Health Affairs blog. The $270 billion in new costs, for both private insurance companies and government programs, will be “over and above what would have been expected had the law not been enacted,” one of the authors, David Himmelstein, wrote Wednesday. ...