Jeff Duncan Rips Harry Reid On Obamacare Exemption
Washington, DC—Congressman Jeff Duncan issued the following statement on Senator Harry Reid’s decision to exempt key members of his staff from the requirement of purchasing […]
Senate Democrats Approve “Nuclear Option”
The U.S. Senate has eliminated the filibuster for all presidential nominees except Supreme Court justices – paving the way for U.S. President Barack Obama to […]
Dems Now Demanding Spending Hikes From Divided GOP
“Republicans” clearly didn’t learn anything from Jesus Christ … or their standard bearer, Abraham Lincoln. And American taxpayers are about to pay the price for […]
News Flash: The Government Has A Spending Problem
Having established that the so-called government shutdown isn’t that big of a deal (see here and here), it’s time to move on to the next […]
Bill Wilson: Playing Poker With Harry Reid
I hope and pray I am wrong. Ideally, I hope the House of Representatives stands firm against demands from the Senate and White House to […]
#Shutdown: The Negotiations Begin
Democratic and Republican leaders of the U.S. Congress will meet with Barack Obama at the White House to discuss the partial shutdown of the federal […]
#Shutdown Deal Developing?
Republicans in the U.S. Congress are negotiating the repeal of two unpopular Obamacare provisions in an effort to end the partial shutdown of the federal […]
Why Does Harry Reid Want To Shut Down Government?
House Republicans are desperately trying to hand President Barack Obama and Majority Leader Harry Reid a gift by delaying the not-ready-for-primetime Obamacare law by a […]
By a 231-192 vote, the U.S. House of Representatives has voted to delay the implementation of Barack Obama’s socialized medicine law by one year – […]
Ted Cruz Just Pwned The GOP
It turns out all of those old, white “Republicans” really were full of it … and what the GOP needed all along was a Hispanic […]
Will GOP Senators Stand Against Obamacare?
“Republicans” are a minority in the United States Senate – but that doesn’t mean they are politically impotent. Case in point: If all forty-six GOP […]