Tea Party Patriots Action Weekly Report from Washington 05/04/20

CALENDAR: The Senate will return Monday, May 4. The House may return the week of May 11.   CONGRESS RETURNS: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell declared several weeks ago that the Senate would return to work on Monday, May 4, and he even scheduled a roll call vote for 5:30 PM to make sure everyone…

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State of the Union Preview

Tonight is the State of the Union, the yearly address to a joint session of Congress by the President. This year is bound to be an absolute doozy. President Trump will likely be acquitted of all charges tomorrow after the biggest sham impeachment process the country has ever seen. Trump took 97% of the Iowa…

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Tea Party Patriots: Republicans Should Vote No on H.R. 5038

Washington, DC – Jenny Beth Martin, Honorary Chairman of Tea Party Patriots Action, issued the following statement in advance of the expected vote on H.R. 5038, the “Farm Workforce Modernization Act of 2019”: “When H.R. 5038 comes to the floor this week, House Republicans should vote no. Not only would this legislation offer a backdoor…

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Tea Party Patriots Action Responds to AG Barr’s Decision Not to Appear before the House Judiciary Committee

Atlanta, GA -Tea Party Patriots Action Honorary Chairman Jenny Beth Martin responds to Attorney General William Barr’s Senate Judiciary Committee testimony and his decision not to appear before the House Judiciary Committee: “Attorney General William Barr was outstanding yesterday in his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee. He was forthright, candid, and responsive to lawmakers’…

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National debt rose more than $1.2 trillion in 2018 fiscal year

The fiscal year of 2018 ended on Sunday with the national debt rising to $21.516 trillion, with $1.2 trillion borrowed this fiscal year. The Washington Examiner has the details: On the last business day of fiscal year 2018, which was Friday, Sept. 28, the total debt had grown to $21.516 trillion. Friday was the first…

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Congress can pass Tax Reform 2.0 and make tax relief permanent

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has helped the economy thrive and put more money back into the pockets of hard-working Americans. Congress has an opportunity to make those tax cuts permanent, providing relief to individual taxpayers and confidence to job creators. The Daily Signal has the details: The root problem is not low taxes. After…

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