CALENDAR: The House and Senate will both come back into session on Monday and stay in session through Thursday. LAST WEEK ON THE HOUSE FLOOR: The House came back to work on Tuesday, and took up and passed two bills under Suspension of the Rules. On Wednesday, the House passed another bill under Suspension, and…

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Yesterday, the Senate passed H.R. 3877, a bill that would add $326 billion to our already-soaring debt. We have a spending problem in this country and all conservatives should be outraged that both chambers are unwilling to take our spending problem seriously. All this measure does is postpone the inevitable because, eventually, someone must pay…

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CALENDAR: The Senate will return on Monday, and the House will return on Tuesday. The Senate will stay in session through Thursday, but the House is currently scheduled to stay in session through Friday. That’s because the House is trying to get all its business done this week, so they can break for six full…

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Atlanta, GA – Tea Party Patriots Action Honorary Chairman, Jenny Beth Martin, responded to reports that the House will vote on Rep. Al Green’s impeachment efforts this week. “Under President Trump’s leadership, the American economy has finally broken out of its Obama-era stagnation and is now growing so fast it is the envy of the…

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Conservatives, including Jenny Beth Martin, sent President Trump an open letter this week urging him to stand up to Emir of Qatar for violating our Open Skies agreement. Breitbart has the details: “For years, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates violated their commitments under the Open Skies agreements by subsidizing their airlines. These subsidies allowed…

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Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says Obamacare as it now stands—gutted of the requirement that Americans purchase health insurance or pay a penalty—is unconstitutional because its individual mandate no longer raises tax revenue and instead simply forces Americans to purchase health insurance. “The Commerce Clause gives Congress the authority to regulate commerce, not to…

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Who could forget the televised “trial” of then-Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh? It was a deja vu moment for all who remember the controversy surrounding Justice Clarence Thomas’ nomination process. Kavanaugh and his accuser Christine Blasey Ford appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee with their written statements before the committee voted on Kavanaugh’s nomination. Although eventually approved, America…

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Minimum-wage standards have long been a polarizing topic in political debates, with conservatives and liberals often pigeonholed into their separate camps on the issue. But it’s more complicated than that. Some Democrats on Capitol Hill are stumping for an arbitrary increase to the federal-minimum wage. More reasonable people, however, know that what works in one…

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Today is a day for Americans to celebrate our nation’s independence and show we are proud to be Americans. Unfortunately, some Americans would rather disrespect our Founding Fathers and our flag, and make a spectacle than celebrate 243 years of independence. Today, President Trump is set to hold festivities at the Lincoln Memorial to celebrate…

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