2717 results for search: LA


Tea Party Patriots Signs On To Congressional Ethics Complaint

Tea Party Patriots has stood in opposition to Obamacare since it was a bill being debated on the House floor. In recent months, we have focused our efforts into getting rid of the Congressional Exemption. The Congressional Exemption: where Congress, with it's more than 12,000 employees, classifies itself as a small business in order to receive a subsidy not available to everyday Americans. Jenny Beth Martin, in her capacity as co-founder of Tea Party Patriots, signed her name this week to an official House of Representatives ethics complaint filed by Citizens Against Government Waste. We joined the organizations FreedomWorks, ForAmerica, ...

Sanctuary City Policies Causing Law Enforcement “Breakdown”

Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) is demanding immigration and criminal background information on the illegal immigrant that allegedly raped and murdered a woman in Santa Maria, California. The Iowa Republican reports: WASHINGTON – Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley is seeking details on the immigration and criminal background of an alleged murderer and why he was never deported following prior arrests or convictions. Just five days after being released from custody following a firearm-related conviction, Victor Aureliano Martinez Ramirez allegedly raped, tortured and murdered Marilyn Pharis in Santa Maria, ...

Questionable Obamacare claims could leave taxpayers in the lurch to tune of $2 billion

On Monday, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) urged the inspector general to investigate the more than 700,0000 that claimed tax credits for purchasing health insurance but who never filed taxes -- a predicament that leads some lawmakers to believe the government shelled out more than $2 billion on fraudulent tax credits. Reports The Washington Times: IRS Commissioner John Koskinen alerted Congress to the 710,000 potential cheats in a memo Friday, in which he outlined his agency’s early experience with Obamacare’s first full year of operation in 2014. All taxpayers were required to file their returns or to request an ...

Megyn Kelly Slams Obama For Not Contacting Steinle Family in Wake of Daughter’s Death

Fox News Anchor Megyn Kelly questioned President Obama recently for not giving Kate Steinle, the 32-year-old San Francisco woman murdered by an illegal immigrant with a rap sheet, the same attention he gave to the cases of Freddie Brown, Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin. Real Clear Politics has the transcript: MEGYN KELLY: Breaking tonight, the young woman gunned down by an illegal immigrant in San Francisco was just laid to rest, surrounded by friends and family. It does not appear at this hour that anyone from the Obama administration was in attendance. Welcome to The Kelly File, I'm Megyn Kelly. Funeral services were held this evening for ...

Hillary Clinton Under Fire For Comments About Congressional Subpoena

Hillary Clinton is facing scrutiny after finally giving an interview to CNN. In the interview, she claimed she was never subpoenaed by Congress – a statement contrary to records produced Wednesday by the House Select Committee on Benghazi. “You know, you’re starting with so many assumptions,” Clinton said after Brianna Keilar of CNN asked the presidential hopeful how Clinton decided to “delete 33,000 emails” while secretary of state. “I’ve never had a subpoena. Again, let’s take a deep breath here. Everything I did was permitted by law and regulation,” Clinton said. Chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi Rep. Trey ...

Yellow Card: Penny Plan


Yellow Card: Right to Work Law


Yellow Card: Balanced Budget Amendment


Tea Party Patriots Weekly Legislative Update for 06/14/15

  CALENDAR:   The House will come back on Monday, with no votes scheduled before 6:30 PM. The current schedule says they will stay in until Thursday, when the last vote will take place no later than 3 PM.   The Senate will come back Monday at 5:30 PM, at which time they’ll vote on two non-controversial nominees. They’ll stay in until Friday.   LAST WEEK ON THE HOUSE FLOOR:   The House began its voting week on Tuesday with a series of non-controversial bills brought up under Suspension of the Rules. The first four passed by voice vote, including H.R. 235, the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom ...

Longtime combatant Neal B. Freeman looks at the GOP, and conservatives’ place in it, from the early days of NR on.

Note: This column originally appeared in National Review on December 4, 2013   I understand that you’ve been involved in the GOP civil war for some time. Only 50 years or so. I came in late.   How did you first become involved? I headed Youth for Goldwater in New York. Wasn’t Goldwater’s principal opponent for the Republican nomination, Nelson Rockefeller, governor of New York at the time? I had grown up in New York and at some point began to fear that Rockefeller would be governor for life. Mine, as well as his.   Why didn’t you support Rockefeller? His big-government Republicanism was ’roided up. ...