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News Briefing for Thursday, January 15 2015

TEA PARTY PATRIOTS: COALITION BLASTS IDEA OF GIVING OBAMA MORE POWER 'Fast track' for trade agreement would be 'height of irresponsibility' “A group letter urging opposition to passage of fast track trade authority has been delivered to Congress, and American for Limited Government promised a robust effort to educate members of Congress and their constituents about the dangers of giving Obama yet more power. In addition to those at the press conference, others signing the group letter were Jenny Beth Martin, founder of Tea Party Patriots and Judson Philips of Tea Party Nation.” http://www.wnd.com/2015/01/coalition-blasts-idea-of-givi...

News Briefing for Friday, October 10, 2014

HEALTHCARE: Admin Won’t Release Final HealthCare.gov Premiums Until After Elections “The Obama administration has already debuted its new, improved version of HealthCare.gov, but still won’t release premium rates on the website until after the Nov. 4 elections. The Department of Health and Human Services unveiled the updated federal Obamacare exchange on Wednesday. The website is, by all accounts, in much better condition than last year. HHS secretary Sylvia Burwell has said that the administration has put the new version of HealthCare.gov through its paces. And the administration has allowed insurers to test the site out themselves — ...

“No Numbers and No Timetable” Administration Can’t Prove Obamacare Data

More than a month has passed since the first enrollment deadline, and Congress’ patience is wearing thin waiting for meaningful data from Healthcare.gov. Despite the mid-April memo from Republican House members - requesting numbers on who paid and how many were uninsured - the White House has remained tight-lipped, giving their standard “no timetable” response. [1] Seeing few attempts to be forthcoming with numbers, the House Energy and Commerce Committee, led by Republicans, has decided to take matters into their own hands, contacting insurers participating in the federal exchange for information directly. The Committee’s released report ...

Dicks Warned by GAO

Dicks Warned by GAO 11-10-11, Larry Killion, Tea Party Patriot citizen journalist. A Government Accountability Office report has questioned aspects of an Air Force and National Reconnaissance Office plan to buy eight booster cores a year from 2013 to 2017. That will cost about fifteen billion dollars. The booster core is the main component of a rocket.  The Pentagon “partially concurs” with the GAO’s recommendation to reassess the length of the block-buy contract. According to the GAO report sent to Representative Norm Dicks, a Democrat from Washington, and Representative C.W. Bill Young, a Republican from Florida, “Some subcontrac...