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News Briefing for Wednesday, May 27

TEA PARTY PATRIOTS: GOP Praises Court Halting Amnesty: 'Impatient Presidents Don't Get to Change the Law'  “…Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder of the Tea Party Patriots, declared, "on to the Supreme Court." "The U.S. Constitution vests the Congress with authority over immigration and naturalization. And as U.S. District Judge Hanen pointed out, President Obama simply treated Congress — and Article 2 — as if they didn’t exist.  "We are a Constitutional Republic, not a banana republic," Martin added. "Our Constitution, with its three co-equal branches, is the roadmap for the governing process. "As much as this would-be imperial president ...

News Briefing for Tuesday, October 21, 2014

HEALTHCARE: HHS-Funded Study: Obamacare Will Suffer ‘Death Spiral’ If Subsidies Fail “The Obama administration has funded a new study by top consulting firm RAND Health that startlingly finds that if taxpayer subsidies are eliminated, Obamacare exchanges will fall into a “death spiral.” The study comes in the wake of a number of lawsuits which are challenging the Obama administration’s implementation of Obamacare subsidies. Three lawsuits have made it to U.S. Circuit Courts, just one step from the Supreme Court, arguing that the text of the Affordable Care Act allows premium subsidies for state-run exchanges only. The report was ...

From Fortune 500 to Family-owned, Obamacare Damages Economy

Security and peace of mind – it’s what Obamacare promised. But the reality is many businesses, including General Electric, are facing uncertainty that’s affecting their bottom line. During a recent briefing of their first-quarter earnings, GE company officials shared how their slump in medical equipment sales, induced by Obamacare, could persist longer than expected. “Hospitals and clinics appear to be delaying purchases and responses to the ACA [Affordable Care Act],” stated GE senior vice president and CFO Jeffrey S. Bornstein in the company’s first-quarter earnings call. General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt, an outside economic ...

Exempt America: Reactions From the West Lawn

On Tuesday, the Exempt America Rally drew approximately 7,000 patriots from across America. Braving heat, missed work, and Beltway lobbyists, they came to demand Congress defund Obamacare. Tea Party Patriots National Coordinator Jenny Beth Martin said it best as the rally closed – despite the politicians and other speakers at the rally, the real attention deserves to be on the politically courageous men and women who stood for hours in the hot sun to defend their country. In honor of those who traveled to the Rally, Here are perspectives from those on the lawn. We couldn’t get to everyone, so be sure to post your own in the comments! ...

Southerland, Gulf Fishermen Cry ‘War’ over Fishing Regulations

By Zayida Baker Rep. Steve Southerland, R-Fla., and many Florida fishermen oppose restrictive federal fishing regulations they say are patterned after Agenda 21, the UN’s all-encompassing plan for globally centralized wealth-redistribution and environmental regulations. Southerland, who serves on the House Natural Resources Committee’s Fisheries, Wildlife, Oceans and Insular Affairs Subcommittee, marina manager Pam Anderson, and Captain Bob Zales, who runs boats for recreational fishers out of Panama City, discussed difficulties with current regulations under the 2007 reauthorization of the Magnuson-Stevens Act and planned regulations under ...