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News Briefing for February 21, 2015

TEA PARTY PATRIOTS: Money running out for Homeland Security Dept. (Quote by Kevin Broughton) “Kevin Broughton, communications director for the Tea Party Patriots, said it was time for Republicans to make good on campaign vows to address Obama’s executive actions. “The point is that Republicans last fall went hard against executive amnesty ...,” he said. “Now is not the time to lose your nerve.” With the fate of the DHS funding bill uncertain, the agency is preparing for a possible partial shutdown. DHS officials said 30,000 employees – about 15 percent of its workforce – might be furloughed. That group would include 5,500 of the ...

Obama isn’t Only One with “Choices”

Despite plummeting poll numbers and growing disapproval of the White House’s border crisis management, the President is not backing down. President Obama stated he remains committed to push through amnesty without Congressional approval, because in his words, he was elected “to make choices.” [1] Yet, these “choices” will gravely affect the livelihood and opportunities of those in the black community. Civil Rights Commission member Peter Kirsanow released a letter to President Obama, labeling the Administration’s unprecedented move as “disastrous,” claiming it will rob “all Americans, but particularly black Americans,” of jobs ...

Obama Supporters Becoming Collateral Damage to Affordable Care Act

Policy cancellations, enrollment frustration, cut in work hours, loss of wages – the fury continues to mount against Obamacare as more people become collateral damage in the Administration’s healthcare ‘train wreck.’ That anger is causing disenchanted Obama supporters to make more than a policy change. Jocelyn, a New Hampshire resident whose hours were cut at Home Depot due to Obamacare, candidly shared her thoughts. “In 2008, I voted for the President, believing he would help America. I thought he would be the future of hope and change. It turns out that did not happen. It was just a lie. Once he passed healthcare in 2010, I could not ...