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On Wednesday, House Republicans sued President Obama for acting on his own without approval from Congress. On Thursday, House Republicans told President Obama he should act on his own to fix the border crisis. The messaging whiplash resulted from Speaker John Boehner's failure – so far – to pass a R…
House Republicans officially gave Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) their seal of approval on Wednesday to sue President Barack Obama, marking the first time in U.S. history that a chamber of Congress has endorsed a lawsuit against a president. The House adopted the resolution by a vote of 225-201. Five R…
House Republicans voted Wednesday to give Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) the power to initiate a lawsuit...
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Border, Immigration Josh Siegel / / June 30, 2014 OBAMA BATES CONGRESS, SAYS HE'LL TAKE ACTION ON HIS OWN! Faulting House inaction under Speaker John Boehner (left), President Obama says he will take action on his own to reform the nation's immigration system. Confronting a crisis on the Texas-Mexico border and a Congress that he said won’t work with him, President Obama this afternoon announced he will pursue reform to the nation’s immigration laws with executive action. In passionate remarks from the Rose Garden, Obama left the door open to work with skeptical House Republicans on an immigration bill, possibly after mid-term elections, but said that until then he will act on his own. Obama said that last week, House Speaker John Boehner told him that Republican lawmakers would block a vote on Immigration Reforms for the remainder of this year. Republicans have “proven again and again that they’re unwilling to stand up to the Tea Party in order to do what’s best for the country,” Obama sai .. ...
Speaker John Boehner tried to justify the House Republicans' lousy record of not passing legislation by claiming that American people want a Congress that repeals laws instead of passing them.
Elizabeth Warren on Benghazi Earlier this week, Speaker John Boehner announced the formation of a new Select Committee to investigate Benghazi led by Rep. Trey Gowdy. All three of my brothers served in the military, and I know firsthand how much Americans serving abroad -- and their families -- sacrifice. What happened in Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012 was a tragedy. Four Americans died putting themselves in harm's way in service to peace, diplomacy, and their country. I look at what happened in Benghazi with sadness, with seriousness, and as yet another call to honor the men and women who keep us safe. So let me be blunt: that kind of seriousness is sorely missing from the no-holds-barred political theater of the House Republicans. I know a little bit about the way Trey Gowdy pursues oversight. I was on the other end of it when I was setting up the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and I was called to testify before the House. As the Huffington Post reported at the time, Gowdy's interrogation of me "s ...
Democrats Doth Protest Benghazi The politics of accountability for the terror attack. May 8, 2014 7:27 p.m. ET There must be a reason that 400 years after Shakespeare wrote it, everyone knows the meaning of, "The lady doth protest too much, methinks." So when every Democratic politician able to draw breath says "nothing" more can be learned about the American deaths at Benghazi, average people might conclude the opposite is closer to the truth. Now that House Republicans are creating a Select Committee under South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy to investigate the terrorist attack that killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens, Democrats are appealing to the media to help them convince the public that the committee's make-up is "unfair." The committee will consist of seven Republicans appointed by Speaker John Boehner and five Democrats to be appointed by Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. Ms. Pelosi says, however, that she may refuse to participate unless the committee's membership is 7-7. We know there's a line in Shake ...
Democrats weigh boycott of committee to investigate Benghazi attacks: In a 232 to 186 vote, the Republican-led House approved the special 12-member committee to be made up of seven Republicans and five Democrats. The panel’s creation was supported by all House Republicans and seven Democrats. House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) has selected Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) to lead the committee that, Republicans claim, will focus on exactly what happened during the attacks. The GOP has consistently criticized the Obama administration for negligent security at the diplomatic compound and a lack of transparency around the events of September 11, 2012. “The White House has engaged in a pattern of obstruction - consistently ignoring subpoenas, redacting relevant information and stonewalling investigators,” said House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA). “This obfuscation and refusal to come clean to Congress has left us as well as the people of this country wondering what else is the White House hiding?” Meanwhi ...
House votes to start new Benghazi investigation Associated Press By BRADLEY KLAPPER WASHINGTON (AP) — House Republicans on Thursday rammed through a measure opening a new investigation of the deadly assault in Benghazi, Libya, vowing to dig deeper in a search for truth. Democrats declared it merely a political ploy to raise campaign cash and motivate voters. A bitterly divided House voted 232-186 to establish the panel that Speaker John Boehner insisted would answer questions that linger almost 20 months after the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission. Seven Democrats, many facing tough re-election campaigns, broke ranks and joined Republicans in supporting the probe. The panel's investigation will be the eighth on Benghazi and will examine the entirety of the attack that killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans. Independent, bipartisan and GOP-led probes have faulted the State Department for inadequate security at the outpost, leading to four demotions. No attacker ...
House Republicans will convene a Select Committee to investigate the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attacks — a dramatic move that is sure to rev up the GOP base ahead of the midterm elections. The creation of the panel, which Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) announced on Friday, comes the same day that…
If the House of Representatives is determined to undermine the Senate's work on Immigration Reform, it might as well do the job right. Although the Senate last year approved comprehensive immigration legislation by a margin of more than 2 to 1, Speaker John Boehner has been unable to convince House Republicans that a path to citizenship -- or even legal status -- for undocumented immigrants is essential to resolving the issue. But there is something the House can do. It can begin to lay a basis for the kind of legislative deal that could pass in a year, maybe two, when Republicans face up to the fact that their future depends on it. Such a deal would achieve what many of the House's most vocal opponents of reform have long demanded: a crackdown on illegal immigration. The catch is that this crackdown will have little to do with the U.S.-Mexico border. The Senate bill already includes a staggering $46 billion for border control, doubling the size of the patrol force (which is already double its 2004 size). ...
Quiet campaigning for House GOP leadership underway DAVID M. DRUCKER House Republicans have begun jockeying for leadership positions in the next Congress, anticipating the possibility that Speaker John Boehner could step down after the November elections. The Ohio Republican maintains that he has no plans to relinquish the gavel. Indeed, some Republicans close to Boehner now believe he is leaning toward running for a third term as speaker after previously predicting that 2014 would be his final year on the job. Boehner's speakership has strengthened in the aftermath of October's government shutdown, with his often-rebellious conference uniting behind him following three years of bucking his leadership at nearly every turn. But there remains considerable speculation that Boehner will retire, and members interested in moving up are quietly exploring their options and laying the foundation for a leadership bid. They include members of Boehner’s team who are eyeing promotions and rank-and-file Republicans l ...
House Republicans who supported the "principles" of Immigration Reform floated by Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, late last month grumbled Tuesday that the plan was dead on arrival because Cruz blasted it as "amnesty," spurring a blizzard of negative phone calls to House Republicans. Boehner's plan, s...
WASHINGTON -- Unwilling to *** the markets and divided among themselves, House Republicans backed away from a battle over the government's debt limit Tuesday and permitted President Barack Obama's Democratic allies to drive quick passage of a measure extending Treasury's borrowing authority without any concessions from the White House. The 221-201 vote came hours after Speaker John Boehner announced that his fractured party would relent. Just 28 Republicans voted for the measure, including Boehner and his top lieutenants. But 193 Democrats more than compensated for the low support among Republicans. Senate Democrats hoped to vote on the legislation as early as Wednesday and send it to Obama for his signature. The move was denounced by many conservative groups but came after most Republicans in the House made clear they had no taste for another high-stakes fight with Obama over the nation's debt ceiling, which must be raised so the government can borrow money to pay all of its bills. The bill would permi . ...
Time for Boehner to do the honorable thing and resign from politics. What a disgrace he is and a danger to the Republican Party. /Charles Sorrels NOW READ THIS: WASHINGTON BUREAU 02.11.14 House Passes Clean Debt Ceiling Extension With Limited GOP Support Only 27 other Republicans joined Speaker John Boehner Tuesday in supporting an increase in the debt ceiling. Hastert Rule? Never heard of it. On Tuesday, in a rushed vote in advance of a snowstorm due to hit the Eastern Seaboard, Congress voted 221-201 to avoid the possibility of default and allow the Treasury to continue borrowing in 2015. Only 28 Republicans, including Speaker John Boehner who cast a rare floor vote, supported the clean debt increase while only two Democrats joined the bulk of House Republicans in opposing it. With the federal government due to hit its borrowing limit at the end of the month and Congress due to be on recess for the next two weeks, the clock was ticking for legislative action to avoid potential default. President Obama . ...
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LIE: Americans overwhelmingly favor a bill that would give most undocumented immigrants a pathway towards citizenship, according to a new national poll. The CNN/ORC International survey also indicates that a majority of the public says that the government's main focus should be on legalizing the status of the undocumented rather than on deporting them and beefing up border security. The poll was released Thursday, the same day that House Speaker John Boehner signaled any action on immigration is unlikely this year because House Republicans don't trust President Barack Obama on the issue.
U.S. debt limit gathers rust as political budget leverage tool * House Republicans struggle with conditions for debt limit hike * Scale of demands far less ambitious than watershed 2011 battle * Some conservatives advocate sitting this one out The U.S. debt limit suddenly looks a lot less threatening as Republicans in the House of Representatives struggle to choose from a diminishing list of minor conditions for an increase needed by the end of this month. Both House Republican leadership and some of the conservatives who voted against the deal to end a government shutdown last October are taking a more pragmatic approach that includes no talk of brinkmanship. As a result, financial markets are far from panicking. The conditions under discussion by Republicans were shrinking in scale on Thursday after party leaders opted not to attach changes to "Obamacare" insurance provisions nor approval of the Canada-to-Texas Keystone XL oil pipeline. Republican lawmakers and aides said possible debt limit conditions ...
Family fight: GOP debates next move on immigration (AP) - House Republicans wrestled inconclusively with the outlines of immigration legislation Thursday night, sharply divided over the contentious issue itself and the political wisdom of acting on it in an election year. At a three-day retreat on the frozen banks of the Choptank River on Maryland's Eastern Shore, GOP leaders circulated an outline that would guide the drafting of any House Republican legislation on the subject - a document that Speaker John Boehner told the rank and file was as far as the party was willing to go. It includes a proposed pathway to legal status for millions of adults who live in the U.S. unlawfully - after they pay back taxes and fines - but not the special route to citizenship that President Barack Obama and many Democrats favor. Many younger Americans brought to the country illegally by their parents would be eligible for citizenship. "For those who meet certain eligibility standards, and serve honorably in our military o ...
Speaker John Boehner said President Barack Obama has the authority to raise the minimum wage for federal contractors but vowed to closely watch what other unilateral actions he takes to ensure they comport with the law. House Republicans will… [ 6 more words. ]
House Republicans in policy retreat right now -- Sell-out possible! We need to come out swinging when the House returns Monday Dear Evelyn Levine, At this very hour, in a resort on the Chesapeake Bay, Speaker John Boehner and Budget Chairman Paul Ryan are trying to persuade Republican House Members to accept a set of "Immigration Principles." The key "immigration principle" is work permits and legalization (amnesty) for millions of illegal immigrants. If they do this, it's an utter sell-out. Whatever decision is reached, amnesty supporters are sure to present us with a colossal legislative battle that we will need to respond to with millions of faxes and hundreds of thousands of toll-free phone calls. Over the past two weeks, we have been mobilizing our forces, but we need your help to pay for this. Evelyn, your financial help is critical, right now. Your Gifts Will Be Matched Two-for-One. If you give us $25, we'll receive your $25, plus $50 more in matching funds. And if you give us $100, we'll receive y ...
Amid conservative complaints that Republicans are retreating on Obamacare repeal, Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) told reporters on Thursday that House Republicans would reveal their healthcare plan this year. “It’s one of the big issues for
A group of hard-line conservative House Republicans will introduce a resolution on Thursday calling for the impeachment of Attorney General Eric Holder. But there is no sign yet that Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) or other House GOP leaders will act on the measure. Rep. Pete Olson (R-Texas) and 10 ot...
White House seeks Republican immigration help By: Reid J. Epstein and Seung Min Kim November 10, 2013 06:16 PM EST President Barack Obama hasn’t given up on Immigration Reform, but he still needs a way to break through with House Republicans. The White House has reached out to former George W. Bush administration officials, conservative business leaders and selected House members, all in search of a way to hone a message that can move House leaders without scaring them off. In closed-door meetings, they have urged the White House to find a way to reach out to the GOP that doesn’t center on Obama banging the podium telling Speaker John Boehner to bring a bill to the floor. During the Senate debate, Obama mostly stayed out of the limelight, for fear his involvement would end any hope of a bipartisan success. But his staffers were heavily involved behind the scenes. White House aides recognize the situation with the House is similar, but participants in the meetings say the president’s team simply does ...
From E Truth public comments: "People’s forum: Time for Democratic Party to find worthy challenger to Walorski On Aug. 21, 80 House Republicans, among them 2nd District Rep. Jackie Walorski, sent a letter to Speaker John Boehner and Majority Leader Eric Cantor urging them to tie the de-funding of the Affordable Care Act to upcoming legislation, including appropriations resolutions. In other words, they proposed the confrontation that led to the government shutdown. While Boehner had opposed such tactics, he capitulated to the extreme right wing of his party. Conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer called the signers the “suicide caucus” for the damage they could do to the Republican Party. But as the New Yorker’s Ryan Lizza pointed out, most are from safe Republican districts, where their only worry in 2014 is a primary challenge from the right. Walorski is an exception. While Indiana’s 2nd District was redrawn to be “Jackie’s district,” she defeated Democrat Brendan Mullen in 2012 by o ...
No compromise: Obama refuses to raise debt ceiling for 6 weeks Published time: October 11, 2013 08:39 Get short URL Source: RT.com U.S. President Barack Obama (Reuters / Kevin Lamarque) Share on tumblr Tags Budget, Crisis, Global economy, USA President Obama has rejected raising America's debt ceiling for 6 weeks beyond the October 17 deadline. The compromise was put forward by Congressional Republicans, who sought to win time for negotiation and avert an unprecedented US default next week. WATCH LIVE UPDATES FOR US GOVT SHUTDOWN HERE No specific budget decision was taken in the White House on Thursday, where President Obama met with 20 House Republicans, including Speaker John Boehner, for 90 minutes of talks. However, a White House spokesman said President Obama "looks forward to continued progress with members on Both Sides". Even though Republicans haven’t achieved what they wanted, the party representatives described the meeting as "useful and productive". During the Washington talks Mr. Obama pres ...
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Speaker John Boehner told House Republicans Saturday morning that his efforts to strike a deal with President Barack Obama are at a standstill. There is no agreement, Boehner said in a room in the Capitol Saturday, and there are no negotiations between House Republicans and the White House, since Ob...
Republican “Leaders” Propose Colossal Capitulation Dear Conservative: Do they have no shame? We'll soon find out... Much to the delight of Obama-Reid-Pelosi, the GOP Establishment appears ready to impale itself upon its own dull and rusty sword. According to the Associated Press, Senate Republicans led by liberal Sen. Susan Collins have offered the following “deal” to Obama: Increase the debt limit until the end of January Reopen the government Repeal the tax on medical device manufacturers Strengthen income verification for individuals eligible for Obamacare subsidies End the “sequestration cuts”, in whole or part Speaker John Boehner and the House Republicans have offered Obama a similar deal, which increases the debt ceiling and reopens Obama’s bloated federal government. Boehner also proposes to exchange “sequestration cuts” for reductions in Medicare and Medicaid, and potentially higher fees on TRICARE health coverage for military personnel. According to Breitbart News, “In exchan ...
Not even Mel Brooks could write this stuff. The latest sideshow in the default/debt ceiling showdown is a letter from 51 House Republicans to Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) declaring Social Security to be back on the chopping block. The news comes as a slap...
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The GOP is currently inflicting real damage to the economy and they are promising even more harm in the form of a default. However, there is one big problem - The GOP has no clue what it wants. GOP doesn’t know what it wants: House Republicans, who have called for President Obama to negotiate, get their wish of sorts when their leaders meet at the White House at 4:35 pm ET. But there’s one problem for them as we enter Day 10 of the shutdown and approach the Oct. 17 deadline for default: Republicans and the conservative movement aren’t sure what they want. Just in the past day and a half, here’s what various factions of the GOP have asked for: House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan penned an op-ed asking for a compromise over entitlements and tax reform, but didn’t mention anything about the president’s health-care law Hours later, Speaker John Boehner went to the House floor to insist that Obamacare is still on the table The firm run by the conservative Koch Brothers distanced itself from . ...
Speaker John Boehner's afraid of the Tea Party, but we can re-open the government if 18 House Republicans join all 200 House Democrats by signing a discharge petition.
On Friday, House Republicans held a meeting to discuss their strategy on the government shutdown. Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN) reported exclusively to Breitbart News, “This was one of the best conferences we’ve had.” She said that Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) was quite resolute with regard t...
Rattled Congress Seeks Way Out of Its Standoff From left, Senators Harry Reid, Charles E. Schumer, Richard J. Durbin and Patty Murray spoke with reporters on Thursday. Doug Mills / The New York Times By JONATHAN WEISMAN October 3, 2013 WASHINGTON — Republican efforts to resolve the fiscal standoff that has closed much of the federal government heated up Thursday, the third day of the shutdown, with new talks over a broad budget deal and an effort by more moderate House members to break the logjam. Representative Paul D. Ryan of Wisconsin, chairman of the House Budget Committee, has initiated conversations with senior House Republicans on a broad deficit reduction deal that would allow some increases to federal programs squeezed by the automatic cuts known as sequestration in exchange for long-term changes to programs like Medicare and Social Security. The package would most likely include instructions to try to move along efforts to simplify the tax code as well. Aides described those talks as “conver ...
House Republicans, led by Speaker John Boehner, are pursuing a broader strategy to reach an agreement that will open the government, remove the prospect of default, and achieve broader budget reforms to bring down the debt.
Theater of Gov Shutdown Continues to Distract Americans Harry Reid called House Speaker John Boehner to discuss negotiations on the federal budget if Boehner would facilitate dialogue concerning the national debt and the real prospect of US default to the Federal Reserve Bank (FRB) and Obamacare. Reid wrote: “I hated the Iraq war. I think I hated it as much as you hate the Affordable Care Act. I could have taken the steps that you are taking now to block government funding in order to gain leverage to end the war… But I did not do that.” Michael Steel, spokesman for Boehner said : “The entire government is shut down right now because Washington Democrats refuse to even talk about fairness for all Americans under ObamaCare. Offering to negotiate only after Democrats get everything they want is not much of an offer.” President Obama invited 4 “top congressional leaders” to speak in a private meeting. House Republicans are vying for the reopening of National Parks and portions of the Departmen ...
"Seventeen House Republicans have now indicated that they would support a “clean” continuing resolution, like the one passed by the U.S. Senate, to reopen the government. If they joined with all 200 House Democrats, it is possible that they could give majority support to such a bill without any additional Republicans — if Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) allowed an up-or-down vote. On Tuesday, a handful of House Republicans from Democratic-leaning and swing districts endorsed the idea of ending the shutdown without the anti-Affordable Care Act poison pills they had all previously voted to include. By Wednesday afternoon, the number had risen to 17, according to a Huffington Post tally. The Republicans abandoning their party’s line on this include Reps. Devin Nunes (CA); Mike Simpson (ID); Erik Paulsen (MN); Leonard Lance, Frank LoBiondo and Jon Runyan (NJ); Michael Grimm and Peter King (NY); Lou Barletta, Charlie Dent, Mike Fitzpatrick, Jim Gerlach, and Pat Meehan (PA); and Randy Forbes, Scott Rigell, ...
➜ Thank you Speaker John Boehner and House Republicans for standing up for the American people.
Speaker John Boehner says House Republicans will not accept the temporary funding bill being considered by the Senate.Boehner told reporters Thursday, quote, I don't see that happening. Boehner, however, refused to say how the House would change it.The Senate is expected...
Tea Party REPUBLICANS HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE FROM A SHUTDOWN The comments by Sen. John Mccain (R-Ariz.), Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) and other more moderate Republicans that it would be unwise for the GOP to threaten a government shutdown over Obamacare are irrelevant. The true drivers of this debate are rank and file House Republicans. Many of them are strongly conservative, won elections in 2010 and 2012 under the “Tea Party” mantle and came to Washington determined to to block or reverse President Obama’s agenda, including the health care law. It may be bad politics for the Republican Party overall to be blamed for a government shutdown. But individual House Republicans won’t suffer from their actions; their conservative constituents will praise them for standing up to Obama. This is why Republican Party leaders like Speaker John Boehner have so little influence right now. For some Republicans in the House, the continued existence of Obamacare is something they cannot abide. And a shutdown that lea ...
From Republican Security Council: Rich Galen, the former Press Secretary to Vice President Dan Quayle and Speaker Newt Gingrich, says "When people say Speaker John Boehner has no control over the Republicans in the House, I ask them if Nancy Pelosi was better. 'Of course,' they say. 'She got ObamaCare through.' "The vote on the Affordable Care Act was 219-212. No Republicans voted for it; 34 Democrats voted against it. "She twisted arms, browbeat her colleagues, promised them who-knows-what, and snuck the bill through in March of 2010. "If you define 'controlling her caucus' as marching them off a political cliff by losing 63 seats in the election later that year, then Boehner should be bragging about not being able to control the House Republicans. "Nancy Pelosi handed the House back to the GOP which will probably keep it at least through the 2020 elections."
ULTIMATUM: House Republicans and Speaker John Boehner must act on Immigration Reform by the next few weeks or the...
House Republicans might call for vote on ‘clean’ hike to borrowing limit: Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) played...
Source If the immigration bill that passed the Senate on June 27 dies the death of previous reforms, it will not be because of the angry Democrats quoted above. It will be the familiar obstructionism of House Republicans, and particularly Speaker John Boehner, who may refuse to let the measure even…
‘Benghazi’ Boehner’s Unanswered Questions Dear Member: Remember when 700 Special-Ops Commandos, some of the most highly decorated military veterans in America, found it necessary to blast Speaker Boehner for giving ‘no serious effort’ on Benghazi? It was a low moment for Congress, even by Washington standards. Frustrated by Congress’ refusal to take on Obama, Clinton, and Rice, the Special-Ops Vets called for the immediate appointment of Rep. Frank Wolf’s House Select Committee on Benghazi. At the time, the House Select Committee only had the support of only 60 House Republicans, an embarrassingly low number. But thankfully, most rank-and-file members quickly got the message, and got onboard. So today, in direct defiance of Speaker Boehner, 158 House Republicans, a majority of the Majority, are cosponsors of the Select Committee. Unfortunately, none of this matters until the day Speaker John Boehner is forced to hold an ‘up-or-down’ vote. Revive America is working *** Capitol Hill to ...
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Lisa Leta Breshears 4:17pm Jun 18 Information I received from "Revive America". " Yesterday, I told you about how Speaker Boehner said he’d ram “Lindsey Graham-style ‘Instant’ Amnesty” through to Obama with as few as 70 or 80 House Republicans, and a gaggle of Pelosi Democrats votes. Just moments ago, after a closed-door meeting, Speaker Boehner backed-down. But this only happened because of your phone calls, and the seething outrage if many House Republicans who refused to be steamrolled by House Leaders. One House Republican member stands out. According to Politico, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher publicly warned Speaker John Boehner he would be “ousted if he rams through an immigration bill without majority Republican support.” “If Speaker Boehner moves forward and permits this to come to a vote even though the majority of the Republicans in the House—and that’s if they do—oppose whatever it is that’s coming to a vote, he should be removed as Speaker,” said Rohrabacher. “I would consi ...
Much has been written about the hard-line House Republicans who have been making life tough for Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio. But what about the collection of GOP colleagues who have stuck by his side, even when many in their own party are voting the other way?
This morning, TheBlaze exclusively reported that 70 House Republicans are planning for a showdown with Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) over the immigration bill congressional leadership is trying to push through by July 4. It’s easy to paint all politicians as politically expedient fools (and most times you’d be right), but the decision of these 70 Republicans to stand up to the majority is one of the most courageous acts we have seen in a long time. This issue is no longer political. It is moral.
"The Politico newspaper says Speaker John Boehner is 'obsessed' with Benghazi, calling 'Benghazi-gate' the Speaker's 'biggest fixation'! - So, if that is the case, why then has Speaker Boehner opposed a special House Select Committee to investigate Benghazi since last November? - Something here doesn't add up. - As of today, 147 House Republicans support as cosponsors the special Benghazi committee. - Only a special ‘Watergate-style’ investigative committee will expose the truth about Obama, Hillary, and ‘Benghazi-gate’."
Feb. 27, 2013 We apologize for the numerous messages NOW has sent recently, but this is a very crucial time, and we need all our activists to contact their House members. TAKE ACTION: There is a chance that the bipartisan, inclusive Senate-passed Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (S. 47) could pass the House of Representatives tomorrow. But, the completely unacceptable substitute VAWA, being pushed by Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) with Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash) as the sponsor, will be brought to the floor for a vote first. If the substitute fails, House members will then be able to vote yea or nay on the Senate-passed bill. We think we have the votes to defeat the substitute and pass the inclusive Senate bill, but we must have your help! We are so close now, with 201 co-sponsors and 19 House Republicans who signed a letter asking Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) to allow the Senate bill to have a floor vote. Please contact your House member, whether Democrat or Republican, and implo ...
Speaker John Boehner told House Republicans this afternoon that the GOP's upcoming budget proposal will balance the federal books in a decade. LIKE this if you are happy to see efforts in Congress to balance the federal budget!
The warning was unusually dire. Speaker John Boehner laid out what many in Washington already knew as he stood before House Republicans at his party’s retreat last week: The GOP needed a new plan to tackle the debt ceiling. Trying to force President Barack Obama to slash trillions of dollars i...
A minority posture for House GOP : "House Republicans appeared to be coming to grips with a stark realization as they returned to Washington from a three-day retreat here — they have a majority in name only. The party begins the 113th Congress with reduced numbers and confronting a popular president and an increased Democratic majority in the Senate. Preparing for a cascade of fiscal battles and a presidential push on guns and immigration, the House GOP is adopting a minority posture, hoping to achieve modest goals incrementally while serving as a check on Obama’s ambitious second-term agenda. Republicans “have to recognize the realities of the divided government that we have,” said Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), the party’s budget chief and 2012 vice presidential nominee. Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and his aides have taken to referring to the “Democrat majority in Washington” in statements in recent weeks. The stance is a significant shift from the party’s mantra in the immediate aftermath o ...
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Turning back rumors that he would face a challenge from some conservative disgruntled about his leadership, House Republicans re-elected Speaker John Boehner to preside over the House of Representatives.
Jan 02, 2013 Associated Press | by Alan Fram WASHINGTON -- Congress' excruciating, extraordinary New Year's Day approval of a compromise averting a prolonged tumble off the Fiscal Cliff hands President Barack Obama most of the tax boosts on the rich that he campaigned on. It also prevents House Republicans from facing blame for blocking tax cuts for most American households, though most GOP lawmakers parted ways with Speaker John Boehner and opposed the measure. Passage also lays the groundwork for future battles between the two sides over federal spending and debt. Capping a holiday season political spectacle that featured enough high and low notes for a Broadway musical, the GOP-run House voted final approval for the measure by 257-167 late Tuesday. That came after the Democratic-led Senate used a wee-hours 89-8 roll call to assent to the bill, belying the partisan brinkmanship that colored much of the path to the final deal. "A central promise of my campaign for president was to change the tax code t . ...
Last night, House Republicans under Speaker John Boehner chose not to bring up a bill providing $60 billion in relief to help New York and New Jersey recover from Hurricane Sandy. In an interview with Fox News today, Rep. Peter King (R-NY) said that his party knifed the two states in the back, questioned why anyone in the area would contribute to Congressional Republicans, and said that he will vote independently. Watch:
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie speaking live on CNN blasting House Republicans and Speaker John Boehner about not taking up the $60 billion Sandy relief measure. "There's only one group to blame for the continued suffering of these innocent victims -- the House majority and the speaker, John Boehner." Erin Burnett is back in the chair tonight with more on this story at 7p and 11p ET on CNN.
Cliff Hanger: Why Republicans Don’t Care What the Nation Thinks by Robert Reich Are House Republicans – now summoned back to Washington by Speaker John Boehner — about to succumb to public pressure and save the nation from the Fiscal Cliff?Eric Cantor House Majority Leader, John Boehner the 61st Speaker of the House, Kevin McCarthy the Republican Majority Whip. (Image: DonkeyHotey / Flickr / Creative Commons) Don’t bet on it. Even if Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell cooperates by not mounting a filibuster and allows the Senate to pass a bill extending the Bush tax cuts to the first $250,000 of everyone’s income, Boehner may not bring it to the House floor. On a Thursday conference call with House Republicans he assured conservatives he was “not interested” in allowing such a vote if most House Republicans would reject the bill, according to a source on the call. Democrats are confident that even if the nation technically goes over the cliff January 1, Boehner will bring such a bill to ...
WASHINGTON — The United States faces a crisis in our political system because the Republican Party, particularly in the House of Representatives, is no longer a normal, governing party. The only way we will avoid a Constitutional crackup is for a new, bipartisan majority to take effective control of the House and isolate those who would rather see the country fall into chaos than vote for anything that might offend their ideological sensibilities. In a democratic system with separated powers, two houses of Congress, split between the parties, a normal party accepts that compromise is the only way to legislate. A normal party takes into account election results. A normal party recognizes when the other side has made real concessions. A normal party takes responsibility. By all of these measures, the Republican majority that Speaker John Boehner purports to lead is abnormal. That is the meaning of his catastrophic failure to gather the votes for his “Plan B” proposal on the “Fiscal Cliff.” Many of ...
Conventional wisdom (and therefore the dominant narrative in the media) focuses on Speaker John Boehner and House Republicans being intransigent and not meeting President Obama and the Democrats for a "balanced approach." Bartiromo exploded that narrative by challenging Cardin on ANY alternative ty...
House Republicans Plan to Oust Boehner from SpeakershipFiled under Politics Posted on December 22, 20120Several conservative House Republican members are contemplating a plan to unseat Speaker John Boehner from his position on January 3, Breitbart News has exclusively learned. Staffers have compiled...
"John Boehner couldn't get enough House Republicans to vote in favor of his proposal to keep the Bush tax cuts in place on the first million dollars of someone's income and apply the old Clinton rates only to dollars over and above a million. What does this tell us about the modern Republican Party? It talks endlessly about the importance of reducing the budget deficit, but isn't even willing to raise revenues from the richest one-half of one percent of Americans -- at a time when the middle class is shrinking and the median wage is dropping. The GOP has become irrelevant to the problems America faces. It is in the process of marginalizing itself out of existence." - Robert Reich
I pray that today will be the day that members of Congress will stand with Nancy Pelosi and support her Discharge Petition. I pray. Income tax rates are set to automatically increase at the end of 2012, unless action is taken, as the Bush-era tax cuts expire. The Senate has already acted, passing a bill extending the cuts for 98% of Americans. But John Boehner has refused to hold a vote, demanding the cuts also be extended for the wealthiest 2%. Nancy Pelosi is working to break the stalemate by forcing a vote. She has filed a "discharge petition," demanding a vote. If it is signed by 218 House members, Speaker Boehner will have no choice but to hold a vote. House Republicans are wavering under the pressure. This can happen. Stand with Nancy Pelosi: Demand that John Boehner Hold a Vote on Middle Class Tax Cuts Republicans and Democrats already agree that middle-class tax cuts should be extended. The sensible path forward is to do that now, and save the debate for the rest for later. It is irresponsible to ...
With 11 days until the United States goes over the Fiscal Cliff, ABC's Good Morning America focused squarely on Speaker of the House John Boehner and House Republicans for the ...
Latest Forex update: Equities Wave the White Flag: Markets have been seen surrendering gains made throughout the week as US House Republicans cancelled a vote on planned tax increases for top earners. US Equity Indices rose as the House Speaker John Boehner yesterday announced that he is to continue working on a budget plan with the President. These gains were slashed when Boehner announced that plans were...
House Republicans are charging ahead Thursday with a pair of votes aimed at averting tax hikes scheduled to kick in 12 days from now -- but the move is fraught with tactical risk, as Democrats have effectively boycotted the legislation.
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In a setback for Speaker John Boehner, House Republicans have pulled their Fiscal Cliff bill known as “Plan B,” because they didn’t have enough votes for it to pass. The bill would have raised taxes on people making more than $1 million a year. The House bill was going nowhere in the Senate and face...
House Republicans, discouraged by the pace negotiations with the White House, will move their own bill that would hike tax rates on income above $1 million, according to several sources familiar with the plans. Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) told President Barack Obama of his plan last night on a pho...
CCORDING TO an anonymous source, House Republicans, led by Speaker John Boehner, have been in private consultations since last week with a tax expert named Mr. Grinch over how to avoid letting tax rates return to Clinton-era levels for the wealthiest two percent of Americans.
Sean Hannity has some interesting guests this afternoon. At 3:05pm,- Congressman Tim Huelskamp, (R-KS) is speaking out against House Republicans and Speaker John Boehner after being booted from the Budget and Agriculture Committees. Huelskamp believes House members are more afraid to lose their posts on committees, then they are to disappoint constituents. At 3:35pm, JC Watts will address speculation that the former congressman from Oklahoma and college football quarterback all star will be in the running for RNC Chairman. And at 4:05pm, South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint, will discuss his decision to leave the Senate and public office to work as President of the Heritage Foundation. Joe Lancello has your latest local news and Chief Meteorologist John Wetherbee your forecast. Stay with FM 102.9 AM 1310 NewsTalk KZRG for Mark Levin at 5pm and Michael Savage at 8pm.
Many rank-and-file House Republicans have signaled they were open to a tax increase. Republicans appeared Tuesday to be moving reluctantly toward a debt deal that would increase revenues, one day after Speaker John Boehner (Ohio) offered up $800 billion in tax collection in the fiscal-cliff negotiat...
THE BOEHNER BLUNDER December 5, 2012 House Republicans are in a tough spot. If they do nothing, the federal government will go over what Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke first called the "Fiscal Cliff." In 2013, taxes will automatically rise by more than $450 billion, defense spending will be ratcheted down by $24 billion, and the U.S. economy will likely slip into recession. To make matters worse for the Republicans, current polling indicates that the American public will probably blame them if it happens. But to prevent that economic and political disaster, President Obama is asking Republicans accept a $1.6 trillion tax hike over 10 years, $400 billion in Medicare cuts and abolition of the federal government's borrowing limit. When Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., first heard Obama's offer, he reportedly laughed out loud. Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, apparently took Obama's offer quite seriously. On Monday, Boehner countered Obama's plan with his own plan for $800 billion in tax inc ...
Turns out House Republicans will have a female committee chair after all. Speaker John Boehner appointed Rep. Candice Miller (R-Mich.) to chair the House Administration Committee, which oversees House operations such as office budgets and space and the Library of Congress. It’s a consolation p...
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The House Republican majority in the House of Representatives has renewed the landmark ban on earmarks for the 113th Congress. Speaker John Boehner “has been a longtime proponent of the earmark ban,” reports The Hill, “having never requested any so-called ‘pork barrel’...
The future of wind tax credits is still tied up in Congress as the clock runs down to extend the production tax credit for wind (PTC) expiring at the end of the year. This week, 47 House Republicans urged House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) to let them expire. Although GOP districts hold 81 percent of...
June 1, 2012 Rachel Maddow points out that despite the dramatic protestations of House Speaker John Boehner, the record of House Republicans shows that they'...
Time to make that call to your rep-- We need to let them know enough is enough Failure Spells Trouble for Farm Conservation The failure of the House of Representatives to take up and pass a new 5-year Farm Bill could spell trouble for key farm conservation programs. House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) refused to bring before the full House the bill advanced by the House Agriculture Committee in July, in large part due to disagreement between House Republicans over funding levels for farm and food programs in the bill. Congress failed to pass even an extension of the current Farm Bill to prevent existing programs from expiring. According to the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition, "expiration of a Farm Bill without even an extension of current law is without precedent - a once unfathomable option that is now suddenly treated as no big deal. 'Kick the can down the road' has become part of the normal legislative lexicon in this Congress...". Over recent days, the House and Senate passed legislation to ...
Despite the fact that at least 127 House Republicans have signed a letter that calls upon Speaker John Boehner and House GOP leadership to cease any further funding of President Obama’s health care law, Speaker Boehner seems poised to continue appropriating funds for ObamaCare. At the speaker’s press conference on Tuesday, Boehner was asked by CNS News whether a new continuing resolution (CR) will permit funding for ObamaCare. The speaker responded, “Our goal would be to make sure government is funded and any political talk of a government shutdown is put to rest.” Speaker Boehner sounded rather defensive in his response, observing that the House has voted 33 times “to defund, to repeal, and change ObamaCare.” The day before, Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy also responded to CNS News defensively. “We’re not at a CR yet, but I don’t see this government ever being shut down,” McCarthy said. “I think you’ll find that we’ll get this job done. We have displayed many times our desire to r ...
House Republicans blasted President Obama’s decision this afternoon to reject a bid to construct the Keystone XL Pipeline, with House Speaker John Boehner claiming that “the president is selling out American jobs for politics.” “President Obama is destroying tens of thousands of American jobs and sh...
I received this from : Pete Sessions NRCC Chairman On behalf of House Speaker John Boehner and my House Republican colleagues, thank you for standing with us. Your action will help House Republicans stand up to President Obama's agenda and keep Nancy Pelosi out of the Speaker's chair. With your help, the National Republican Congressional Committee can continue to support candidates dedicated to getting the economy back on track and restoring fiscal responsibility to Washington.
Boehner to House GOP: Play offense on Medicare: Speaker John Boehner is urging rank-and-file House Republicans to go...
Speaker John Boehner has been trying to keep the right happy. Now he's facing restive moderates, House Republicans say.
House Speaker John Boehner, Majority Leader Eric Cantor and House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy have decided that the Party will do NOTHING to defund
Dear Patriot, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is being threatened by members of the Republican Party, because she wants to investigate how much influence the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood has over the Obama Administration. The mother of Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton's top aide at the U. S. State Department, is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, and she supports its radical, America-hating, agenda! Please send faxes IMMEDIATELY to the Republican Members of the House of Representatives. Tell them to stop the attacks on Michele Bachmann and her allies, and to begin a serious investigation of the Obama Administration's ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. This is very urgent. Moderate Republican House Speaker John Boehner has publicly attacked Michele Bachmann. He reportedly wants her to apologize, or else he will strip of her position on the House of Representatives Intelligence Committee. We can't let that happen. Please send your faxes TODAY. Since Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin took over at the State Department ...
Hillary Clinton’s Deputy Chief of Staff and the Muslim Brotherhood: CLOSELY CONNECTED by ANDREW C. MCCARTHY July 26, 2012 Senator John Mccain ought to be embarrassed. So should House Speaker John Boehner and Congressman Mike Rogers, the former FBI agent who chairs the Select Committee on Intelligence. These pillars of the Republican establishment have been championing the cause of Huma Abedin, the Deputy Chief of staff to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Ms. Abedin's name arose, along with several others, in connection with questions pressed by five conservative House Republicans regarding Muslim Brotherhood infiltration of the United States government. The GOP establishment, led by McCain, Boehner, and Rogers, has been slamming Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, one of the five House conservatives, over her refusal to back down from concerns over Ms. Abedin. Here are four things, among many, that we now know: 1. Huma Abedin's mother, Dr. Saleha S. Mahmood Abedin (hereafter, Saleha Abedin), is an influe ...
huffingtonpost.com - WASHINGTON -- House Republicans routinely beat the drum about the hard work they have done in passing "more than 30 jobs bills" that are now before the Democrat-controlled Senate, going nowhere, as the economy gasps for air. For almost a year, House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio)...
House Speaker John Boehner responded that “our goal would be to make sure the government is funded,” thus indicating that House Republicans do plan to fund implementation of Obamacare past Sept. 30.
Republican Bigotry Hate Fear Lies and Distortion shared the following link: House Speaker John Boehner praised Aurora, Colorado's first responders today, but what he didn't mention is House Republicans have slashed funding for emergency responders.
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The top Republican in the Congress on Thursday criticized Representative Michele Bachmann and four other fellow House Republicans for making "pretty dangerous" accusations when they questioned the security clearance of a Muslim aide to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The comments of House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner came after Senator John Mccain, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee, blasted the five lawmakers for seeking an investigation into whether Huma Abedin, Clinton's Deputy Chief of staff, had connections to the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamist political organization. Boehner, speaking at a regular news briefing, said "accusations like this being thrown around are pretty dangerous." He said he did not know Abedin, but "from everything I know of her, she has a sterling character." McCain took to the Senate floor on Wednesday to accuse the lawmakers of making a "sinister" attack on Abedin.
127 House Republicans are calling on Speaker John Boehner to effectively DEFUND Obamacare. Do you agree? Should...
House Republicans tried to repeal President Obama's signature healthcare law for the 31st time in 18 months last week. Every vote to repeal or dismantle the law has predictably died upon or before, reaching the Democratic-controlled Senate, but House Speaker John Boehner said, "We want to show people we are resolved to get rid of this." ~ NPR.org. (Too bad The GOP Congress isn't resolved to doing anything else. What a HUGE waste of time, and tax dollars all these "votes" have been to us all).
"More than 100 House Republicans so far have signed a letter calling upon Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and the...
In what may be forever classified as the most childish do-nothing Congress ever, today House Republicans led by Speaker John Boehner voted to repeal Obamacare.
House Republicans -- including Speaker John Boehner and Republican Leader Eric Cantor -- have pledged "zero tolerance" on ethics transgressions. But House Republicans are enabling a culture of corruption.
House Republicans led by Speaker John Boehner appealed to the Supreme Court Friday in a DOMA case. Here's why a leading conservative thinker says they could lose.
Attorneys for House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) filed an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court after it ruled the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was unconstitutional the Washington Blade is reporting. Drew Hammill, spokesperson for Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), told the news source that House Republicans
Deputy Attorney General James Cole confirmed in a letter to House Speaker John Boehner that the department in fact...
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, a Virginia Republican, announced that the Republican-controlled chamber would vote again July 11 to repeal the law upheld by the court today, as Republicans in both chambers took aim at the taxes and fees in what they’ve termed “Obamacare.” “Elections have consequences,” House Speaker John Boehner, an Ohio Republican, said today at a press conference in Washington. “The American people will make that evident.” Whatever repeal efforts House Republicans make almost certainly will die in the Senate, where Democrats have control, and Obama would have the ability to veto such a bill if it passed both chambers.
Speaker John Boehner if you and House Republicans would focus "fast and furious" on JOBS,we all would be better off.
House Republicans are looking to rain on President Barack Obama’s Student Loan parade. Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) announced Wednesday that the House will vote on a bill to keep government-subsidized Student Loan rates from doubling for the next year, a tactic aimed at blunting Obama’s attempt to ...
House Republicans and Senate Democrats will argue again over whether or not to ban taxpayer funding of abortions in the District of Columbia and the first skirmish in that battle was completed today. Last week, Senate Democrats approved an amendment in their version of the funding bill that would al...
Serious legislating is all but done until after the election, so House Republicans are left to do little more than position themselves on the so-called fiscal abyss of expiring tax rates, government funding and borrowing limit. First it was Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), who declared that Washington...
House Speaker John Boehner is feeling the heat.
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Speaker John Boehner has a procedural threat to the bipartisan Senate Violence Against Women Act. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters) House Republicans may have found a potent procedural weapon in ...
The House GOP will address the expiration of Bush-era tax cuts, voting on a measure to extend them before the November election, says Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio. Passage of such a measure in the Senate, however, is in doubt.
From the House Republicans whose leader, Speaker John Boehner, just three days ago claimed that "we can’t go on spending money we don’t have," and "our economy is stuck in large part because it’s stuck with debt," comes this:
Speaker John Boehner just described trying to control the House Republicans as keeping " 218 frogs in a wheelbarrow." Good one, chuckle, chuckle.
House Republicans are getting ready for the battle to November and are finding ways to get House Leadership, in particular Speaker John Boehner, into fighting mode for the months ahead. Boehner is being pushed to take bolder steps toward advancing a conservative agenda and holding Attorney General E...
The Speaker is working to get out ahead of Democrats on a raft of year-end tax and spending issues. Speaker John Boehner said in a speech Tuesday that House Republicans would try to attach a timeline to fast-track a broad tax overhaul to a vote extending the George W.
In the age of trillion-dollar annual deficits, Americans are looking for some sign—any sign—that Washington is serious about trimming the size of government. So here's some advice for House Republicans: Vote against the reauthorization and expansion of the Export-Import Bank on Wednesday. The House Leadership wants to increase the bank's exposure cap to $140 billion by 2014 from $100 billion today, with a few minor reforms attached to make the package politically saleable. In a statement Friday, Speaker John Boehner said the bipartisan deal—struck by Majority Leader Eric Cantor and Minority Whip Steny Hoyer—is "necessary to promote American exports and remove a threat to the creation of American jobs." That's job creation, French-style. The Ex-Im Bank extends taxpayer-backed loans, loan guarantees and insurance to the clients of some of America's largest corporations, all of which have access to private financing. Slightly less than half of the business goes to help a single company, Boeing. Ex-Im ...
The well-funded, fiscally conservative Club for Growth has urged House Republicans to vote against legislation that would extend lower interest rates on federal Student Loans, a move that could complicate Speaker John Boehner's (R-Ohio) plan to pass the legislation on Friday.
Speaker John Boehner finds his hostage. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters) House Republicans have found another hostage, this time in the Student Loan interest rate fight. And their target is the Prevention and ...
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