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Gruber Admission Not So Surprising

Tweet Bad enough that long before this, NHTPC reported that Obama health czar Peter Orszag gave a speech where he admitted the existence of CERs and IPABs, and that those boards were basically “death panels” and that the congress was informed of this before they voted. http://www.nhteapartycoalition.org/tea/2010/06/17/death-panels-cer-and-ipab-proof/ http://www.nhteapartycoalition.org/tea/2012/10/02/obama-czar-finally-admits-we-need-death-panels/ Recently, the main architect of Obamacare, also […]

Feeding the Beast – Kuster Says “F-You”

Tweet How unfortunate that the voters in NH’s second congressional district chose to elect someone who has avoided meeting with her constituents for the last two years and who speaks with forked tongue. “Tonight, you proved New Hampshire is not for sale,” Kuster said in her victory speech. We cannot imagine who she was talking […]

Senator Jeanne Shaheen Slapped With Ethics Complaint

Tweet It’s about time. On Monday the Center for Competitive Politics filed a complaint with the Senate Select Committee on Ethics against nine U.S. senators: for interfering with IRS tax proceedings; for misusing official resources for campaign purposes; and for improper conduct that reflects poorly upon the Senate. Attempting to use the IRS to advance […]

More Reason to Oppose the Con Con

Tweet As we’ve written before, we’ve asked you to examine those who have teamed up to try to bring about a Constitutional Convention. Freedom Outpost has more on this. “Recently, we wrote about a popular Article V Con-Con movement, Compact For America, and the concerning leadership behind it. On that board of advisers was Harvard’s […]

Darrell Issa’s Tea Party Gaffe

Tweet When are these folks going to realize that there is no ‘tea party’ in DC? Recently, U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa, a California Republican, spoke before the Concord City and Merrimack Republican Town Committee. As reported in the Valley News, Issa seemed to contradict himself about wanting to promote “fiscal responsibility and limited government “. […]

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