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Posts tagged Tea Party Movement

How Conservatives Can Win

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Obama is the symptom, not the disease. Government has grown WAY beyond its constitutional boundaries over the past century, and both parties are to blame. The Tea Party is here to demand a return to limited, constitutional government and fiscal responsibility. We are here to hold BOTH parties accountable. 2012 is only the first step […]

Obamacare: Don’t Get Mad, Get To Work.

We took a beating.  Now it’s time to give as good as we’ve gotten, and more! Yates Walker warns at the Daily Caller: Some pundits are drawing comparisons between our current political climate and that of America just before the civil war. They’re wrong. This isn’t 1859. It’s 1775. A government is a reflection of […]

It’s 2010 again: Supreme Court ruling puts Obama’s healthcare law back in the election limelight

Time to roll up our sleeves and get to work! Edward Lee Pitts writes at World Magazine: Republican lawmakers quickly took the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that allowed the law covering national healthcare to survive and turned it into what may become the GOP’s biggest rallying cry heading into the November elections. “The Supreme Court […]

Tea Party Mobilizes To Defend Liberty, Repeal Obamacare

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The Final Verdict View on YouTube The silver lining to this is that it will re-energize all those people who may have sat out in November because they didn’t like Romney. Now they’ll be motivated to vote, just to take back the House and Senate so we can repeal! The Oregon Tea Party released this […]

Victory! Scott Walker Defeats Union Recall Effort In Landslide!

Gov. Scott Walker’s Recall Victory Speech! View on YouTube The repercussions of this election will be felt nationwide. Scott Walker has proven that it is possible to stand up to thuggish union tactics and their unsustainable demands, and get your state back onto a fiscally responsible track. Republican leadership across the country needs to take note and […]

Conservatives Mourn The Loss Of Patriot Journalist Andrew Breitbart

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This is a sad day for the conservative movement, and for the citizen journalist community especially.  Andrew Breitbart was our hero. I can hardly believe it. My husband came in this morning and told me while I was half asleep that Andrew Breitbart had passed.  I went cold at the news and my first thought was, […]

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  • House Democrat introduces bill highlighting job training needs in rural counties March 22, 2017
    Washington Republicans have been identifying themselves as the party representing rural voters. They make those arguments when talking about water rights as it relates to the Hirst Decision. They talk about it when they discuss expanding telemedicine. They talk about it when they criticize the carbon tax as regressive and likely to hit rural commuters. […]
  • Gov. Jay Inslee criticizes Senate’s proposed cuts to Western State Hospital March 22, 2017
    This article is crossposted on State of Reform, a health policy news site.  Gov. Jay Inslee came out strongly against the Senate Majority Coalition Caucus’ proposed budget for the 2017-2019 biennium and highlighted the suggested cuts to Western State Hospital. The MCC would increase funding to mental health care by $250 million, but they focus those […]
  • Senate transportation budget faces criticism at public hearing for proposed actions on collective bargaining March 21, 2017
    Leaders in Washington transportation expressed their support or opposition to the Senate’s proposed transportation budget Tuesday afternoon. The budget appropriates $8.4 billion for the upcoming 2017-2019 biennium, and projects higher revenue coming in than the past biennium. Most testifying Tuesday sought more wiggle room in the budget for their respective interests. Multiple people representing the […]
  • Transit Ridership Down 2.3% in 2016 March 23, 2017
    With little fanfare, the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) released its fourth quarter 2016 ridership report last week. When ridership goes up, the lobby group usually issues a big press release ballyhooing the importance of transit (and transit subsidies). But 2016 ridership fell, so there was no press release. The report showed that light-rail ridership […]
  • Did Nader Really Call Apple a Monopoly? March 22, 2017
    “Consumer advocate Ralph Nader, concerned about fake news prevalent on social media sites, believes Congress should weigh in with antitrust legislation targeting Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Apple,” reports the Washington Examiner. Say what? Just what do Microsoft and Apple have to do with so-called fake news? How are any of these companies monopolies? Is Ralph […]
  • Portland Housing Stupidity Grows March 21, 2017
    Here’s an incredibly stupid idea to deal with Portland’s housing affordability problems: Multnomah County proposes to build tiny houses in people’s backyard. The people will get to keep the houses on the condition that they allow homeless people to live in them for five years. That’s supposed to be an incentive. For five years, you […]