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Tea Party Patriots’ King v. Burwell rally

King v. Burwell, the high-profile Supreme Court case which could mean the end of Obamacare, heard oral arguments on Wednesday. Tea Party Patriots was there outside the nation’s highest court in Washington, D.C. to demand we “Keep the IRS Out of My Healthcare!”   Joining us at the rally were two constitutional conservatives who have been leading the charge against Obamacare in the House of Representatives: Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-KS) and Rep. Louie Gomert (R-TX): https://twitter.com/TPPatriots/status/573151684744110080   In addition, Phil Kerpen of American Commitment railed against the union-funded pro-Obamacare ...

News Briefing for Thursday, March 5, 2015

News Briefing for Thursday, March 5 TEA PARTY PATRIOTS: Obamacare protests resemble campaign rallies (Tea Party Patriots mentioned) “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 being argued inside fall along partisan lines. On one side were workers for conservative and free-market groups who were trying to outshout those on the other side from union and health care advocacy groups who, at one point, tried to sing over the pointed rhetoric coming from "Tea Party Patriots" and others…” http://www.usatoday.c...

News Briefing for Monday, March 2, 2015

TEA PARTY PATRIOTS: “DONALD TRUMP SLAMS LIBERALS IN ‘DISHONEST PRESS’: ‘I’M GOING TO START NAMING NAMES’ “Real estate magnate and reality television star Donald Trump shredded liberals in the media who are “dishonest” on a conference call with grassroots activists nationwide from Tea Party Patriots on Sunday night, saying he’s planning to start calling out specific reporters for their inaccurate articles. “One of the things that the Tea Party has to be careful of is the dishonest press,” Trump said on the call, which is closed to media but Breitbart News was providing exclusive access to it. It’s so dishonest. They ...

News Briefing for Thursday, February 26

TEA PARTY PATRIOTS: Cruz, Sessions, Lee & Tea Party Patriots Wade In Against McConnell DHS Funding Betrayal “…To further complicate matters for McConnell the grassroots army of the Tea Party Patriots yesterday released a call to action saying: Throughout the election cycle Republicans vowed to do everything they could to stop the President's overreach. Now, the Republicans in the Senate under Majority Leader McConnell's guidance are playing games. Today we have learned that Sen. McConnell's plan is to bring a bill to the Senate floor that would fully fund the Department of Homeland Security without defunding executive amnesty! Congress ...

News Briefing for Monday, February 16, 2015

HEALTHCARE: Obamacare sign-ups hit technical snags on big weekend “The Obama administration says some people trying to sign up for health insurance ahead of a looming deadline are getting snagged by technical difficulties. Administration spokeswoman Katie Hill says some haven’t been able to get their income information electronically verified. That’s crucial because the amount of financial assistance to help pay premiums is based on people’s income. The IRS handles income verification for the HealthCare.gov website. The glitch seemed to be affecting people with new applications. People who previously submitted their income details - but ...

News Briefing for Saturday, January 31, 2015

TEA PARTY PATRIOTS: It’s time to pass the Lee balanced budget amendment (Jenny Beth Martin’s op-ed) http://www.edmondsun.com/opinion/it-s-time-to-pass-the-lee-balanced-budget-amendment/article_bc0fecfa-a8c7-11e4-940c-23b5a6227586.html     HEALTHCARE: OBAMACARE CUTTING SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS FROM TEXAS CLASSROOMS “A substitute teacher is not necessarily someone who most people think of as a full-time employee but school districts are grappling with the reality that the federal government considers anyone who works an average of 30 week hours as one. As a full-time employee, they are eligible for employer provided ...

News Briefing for Monday, January 12 2015

TEA PARTY PATRIOTS: The FEC’s Internet gag rule (Op-ed by Jenny Beth Martin and Matt Kibbe) Liberals don’t want Americans speaking truth to power “…Just as Williams felled the Liberty Tree to frustrate debate, Ms. Ravel wants to bring the political discourse of freedom-loving Americans under her agency’s heavy-lidded purview with an eye to cutting it off. To hear Ms. Ravel tell it, political speech in cyberspace is unduly influenced by “dark” forces that use blogs, news sites, video uplinks and information exchanges to “pollute” the political atmosphere and poison minds with too much communication. Or, to look at it from the ...

News Briefing for November 22, 2014

HEALTHCARE: Health insurance costs have nowhere to go but up “Regardless of where you get your health insurance, one thing is for sure: Your premiums for 2015 and the next several years are set to rise significantly. Folks are used to the fact that health insurance costs always seem to go up. They've done so for the last 14 years, with the highest annual increase of about 14 percent and the lowest at about 3 percent. But the increases for 2015 are staggering, ranging from 20 percent to over 60 percent. And consumers need to plan for more rate hikes over the next several years, especially those who have coverage through their employer. One of ...

TOPLINE: Stuff You Need to Know for Friday, July 18,2014

Barone: Prez Laid Course For Border Mess The flood of underage — and non-underage — illegal immigrants from Central America coming across the border in Texas is, to paraphrase a former Obama administration official, a “man-caused disaster.” The man who caused it, more than anyone else, is Barack Obama. Speaking at political fundraisers in Dallas and Austin last week — he refused to do a “photo-op” on the border: First things first — Obama placed the blame on House Republicans for not having passed a comprehensive immigration bill as the Democratic-majority Senate did in June 2013. But it wasn’t only Republicans who failed to pass ...

Medicaid Squeeze: Expansion Costing Chicago $67 Million More

Long before the implementation of Obamacare, red flags were being raised about serious financial repercussions states could face if they chose to expand Medicaid. Not only would a state have to absorb all new enrollees under expansion, but also deal with those from the woodwork effect – the massive influx of Medicaid-eligible residents who did not enroll until the implementation of the law. This combination could catch some states that did not financially prepare off guard, causing already-tight budgets to bleed even more. With nearly half the states deciding not to take the gamble, others like Illinois eagerly dove right in. Now they are reaping ...