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Jenny Beth Martin at the Western Conservative Summit.

This past weekend I was in Denver, CO for the Western Conservative Summit. I wanted to take a quick moment to update Tea Party Patriots supporters about the event, and about our upcoming Yellow Card Project.

Jenny Beth Martin’s Speech at the Western Conservative Summit

Who here wants elected officials to vote based on principles and convictions, regardless of the consequences?  Regardless of whether they will lose their chairmanships, committee appointments, and other perks of office? Who here is proud of Congressman Ken Buck for standing and voting on principle since he took office in DC in January? I’m proud of Ken Buck and the others who stood on principle and faced consequences in the last 2 weeks like Mark Meadows, Trent Franks, Cynthia Lummis, and Steve Pearce.  Thanks to you for making calls this week, the Republican “Leadership” reinstated Congressman Mark Meadows’ subcommittee chairmanship and ...

The Court Will Not Save Us From Obamacare (Jenny Beth Martin’s Op-Ed in The Daily Caller)

Today’s Supreme Court ruling is another disappointing blow to everyone who cherishes the rule of law, our Constitution, and limited government... Continue here.

Jenny Beth Martin: Time to end the Obamacare exemption!

Tea Party Patriots co-founder Jenny Beth Martin has a new op-ed at Breitbart News about last week’s Obamacare exemption rallies. On June 17, patriots from around the country gathered at their Representative’s or Senator’s local offices to protest Congress’ special exemption from Obamacare. At the end of the day, conservatives rallied at more than 500 offices around the country. As a result of the protests, five additional Congressmen have agreed to sign on as co-sponsors of H.R. 1953, also known as the “No Exemption for Washington From Obamacare Act.” Writes Martin: Our grievance is simple: we want Congress to participate in the law ...

Congressional Accountability and the Power of Grassroots Activism (Jenny Beth Martin’s Op-Ed on Breitbart.com)

Last Wednesday, thousands of Tea Party Patriots visited the district / state offices of their representatives in Congress to protest the shady special exemption from Obamacare that Congress and their staffs currently enjoy... Continue here.

Jenny Beth Martin visits her Congressman

  This past Wednesday, while Patriots all over the country rallied at their Congressmen and Senators offices to urge them to co-sponsor the 'No Washington Exemption from Obamacare' Act, I did the same. Before I went into my Congressman's office I wanted to take a quick moment to thank my fellow patriots elsewhere for helping me put pressure on our elected officials to end the Congressional exemption to Obamacare.

Jenny Beth Martin in The DC: Our best chance to repeal Obamacare

Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Jenny Beth Martin has new op-ed up at The Daily Caller about the best way to repeal Obamacare now – before it can do any more damage. As Martin notes, it’s been five long years since Obamacare became law and then-Speaker Nancy Pelosi quipped that “We have to pass [Obamacare] to find out what’s in it.” Well, we’re finding out – and the country wants none of it. Writes Martin: Millions of Americans have lost their insurance because of Obamacare, and tens of millions have seen their premiums rise – perverse consequences of a bill the Democrats promised would provide universal, affordable health care ...

Our Best Chance To Repeal Obamacare (Jenny Beth Martin Op-Ed in The Daily Caller)

It has been more than five years since then-Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi famously quipped: “We have to pass [Obamacare] to find out what’s in it.” Indeed... Continue here

Rejecting Obamatrade (Jenny Beth Martin’s Op-Ed in The Hill)

The political elites in Washington, D.C. are in the process of pulling a fast one -- the biggest fraud on the American people since Obamacare... Continue here.

End the NSA dragnet (Op-Ed from Jenny Beth Martin and Alex Abdo)

Around 1:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 23, 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... Continue here.