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Oregon Obamacare co-op shutting its doors

Yet another state exchange created in the wake of the passage of Obamacare has come tumbling down. State officials from the Oregon Health Co-Op announced last week the insurance company is closing its doors, leaving its registrants scrambling to find new health insurance before the end of July. The Daily Signal has the details: Oregon’s Health Co-Op was one of 23 co-ops that launched under Obamacare. The co-ops, or consumer operated and oriented plans, were intended to create competition and choice in areas of the country where consumers had few options. The 23 co-ops—not including Vermont’s co-op, which never opened its doors—received ...

Connecticut Obamacare co-op bites the dust

The so-called health-exchange co-ops created under Obamacare are continuing to tumble. The latest in the chain reaction is the Constitution State’s “HealthyCT” co-op, which is leaving thousands of state resident without health insurance as a result of closing its doors. The Daily Signal has the details: The Connecticut Insurance Department announced Tuesday that HealthyCT was placed under state supervision, leaving approximately 40,000 Connecticut residents to find new health insurance during the next open enrollment period. HealthyCT is the 14th co-op created under Obamacare to fail since the health care law’s exchanges opened in ...

Reps. Jordan, Pompeo: ‘The administration misled the public about the events in Benghazi’

House Benghazi Committee members Reps. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) and Mike Pompeo (R-Kansas) today released an addendum to the House Select Committee on Benghazi’s final report, as the two congressman believe the report released isn’t as hard-hitting as it ought to be. “Officials at the State Department, including Secretary Clinton, learned almost in real time that the attack in Benghazi was a terrorist attack. With the presidential election just 56 days away, rather than tell the American people the truth and increase the risk of losing an election, the administration told one story privately and a different story publicly. They publicly blamed ...

Tea Party Patriots Launches TV Ad Campaign About State Sen. Kurt Schaefer’s Tax-Hiking, Big-Spending, Client-Over-Constituent-Favoring Record

ATLANTA, Ga. – Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder and CEO Jenny Beth Martin today released the following statement in conjunction with the release of a television ad to run across the state of Missouri regarding big-spending politician Kurt Schaefer: “For too long, Missouri state Sen. Kurt Schaefer has put his own and his private law firm clients’ interests above the interests of his constituents and the citizens of Missouri. Whether it’s voting for a record tax increase, or voting for a billion-dollar boondoggle so bureaucrats can have a fancy new office, or voting to let his law firm’s client, a Chinese corporation, buy Missouri farms – ...

Taxes, Spending, and Tax Credits Out of Control under Kurt Schaefer


Supreme Court divide over Obama’s executive-amnesty program deals righteous blow to presidential overreach

The Supreme Court Thursday after a tie decision over whether President Obama has the authority to grant work permits to 5 million illegal immigrants has to defer to a lower-court ruling that says — decisively —the president does not have the legal right to wave a magic wand and allow illegal immigrants to stay in the U.S. Fox News has the inside story: The justices' one-sentence opinion on Thursday marks a major setback for the administration, effectively killing the plan for the duration of Obama's presidency. The judgment could have significant political and legal consequences in a presidential election year highlighted by competing ...

Tea Party Patriots: Today’s decision in United States v. Texas is a Huge Victory for the Constitution over President Obama’s Executive Overreach

ATLANTA, Ga – Tea Party Patriots CEO and co-founder Jenny Beth Martin released the following statement today reacting to the Supreme Court decision in United States v. Texas. “Today’s Supreme Court decision in United States v. Texas affirms that Article 1 of the Constitution is still in play for at least four members of the Supreme Court. That section of the Constitution makes clear that the president does not have the right to unilaterally change the law — only Congress can change the law. This is a huge victory for the Constitution over President Obama’s all-too-frequently-used executive overreach, and, consequently, we are pleased. But ...

Rep. Gohmert to gun-control nuts: ‘Radical Islam killed these people!’

Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) Wednesday challenged liberal members of Congress – staked out in the House Chamber for a so-called gun-control “sit in” – who demanded representatives in the wake of the Orlando terror attack vote on gun-control legislation that would tighten background checks for gun buyers – a measure, says Gohmert, that’s beside the point. “We are talking about radical Islam. Radical Islam killed these people!” Rep. Gohmert is heard saying to his liberal colleagues in Periscope footage filmed during the 16-hour demonstration. The legislation House liberals wanted a vote on would block those on the “no-fly” and ...

Buyer beware: Administration lays out plan to use IRS data to rope young adults into Obamacare

The Obama administration this week announced plans to target prospective Obamacare enrollees by pulling IRS data on young people who paid the Obamacare penalty last year – all in an effort to drive premiums down for the so-called “frequent flyers” while driving expenses up for a younger demographic struggling with student-loan debt and fewer opportunities amid the Obama economy. The Washington Times has the scoop: Officials said people who were fined under the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate can expect to receive a paper notice that explains their coverage options on the law’s web-based exchanges. The state of Massachusetts is ...