It’s day 13 of the government shutdown as President Trump remains strong on getting border wall funding added to a spending bill that will reopen the government. As it stands, Democrats are unwilling to compromise on $5 billion. If you thought that was a lot of money, consider the annual $18.5 billion already spent on…

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Atlanta, GA—Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund Chairman Jenny Beth Martin today responded to news of Nancy Pelosi vacationing in Hawaii during the partial government shutdown. “Nancy Pelosi’s hypocrisy knows no bounds. She is proving once again she’s a ‘let them eat cake’ liberal. She complains about government employees out of work during the shutdown while…

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With less than a week away from the deadline to keep the government funded until December 7, Congress is set to pass a spending bill that doesn’t include funding for a border wall. President Trump has raised the possibility that he won’t sign the bill without border wall funds. CBS News has the details: The…

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When the opportunity arose, Congress missed its chance to work on fully funding the government before the end of the fiscal year on September 30. Time is running out and the baby steps Congress is taking to pass funding bills may not be enough to fully fund the government. Sen. David Purdue has the commentary…

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The September 30 deadline is fast approaching and House Republicans need to come up with an effective strategy that guarantees funds for a border wall and cuts unnecessary funding. Partial government shutdown looms and so far Congress hasn’t passed any 2019 spending bills. CNN has the details: The House and Senate have made more progress…

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Atlanta, GA – Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund Chairman Jenny Beth Martin released the following statement today in response to Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) introducing President Trump’s rescissions package in the U.S. Senate. “Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund thanks Senator Mike Lee for introducing President Trump’s rescissions package in the Senate. While we firmly believe…

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To make up for the passage of the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill, House Republicans are planning to pass a balanced budget amendment that would actually make things even worse. While their goal is to demonstrate fiscal responsibility — one of the main reasons why House Republicans hold the majority in the first place —…

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Since our nation’s founding, a strong patent system that has treated intellectual property with the same respect as physical property has incentivized artists and scientists to invent, produce, and create freely. But in recent years, the United States has fallen behind other countries when it comes to innovation, dropping to 12th place in global intellectual…

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