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  • User account | Southeastern Tea Party
    Email Previous issues Register to Vote Take Our Poll Tea Party on the Web TheContract org TheTeaParty net TeaPartyPatriots org PatriotActionNetwork org ReTeaParty com TheTeaPartyNetwork Politics In The News Home User account Log in Request new password Username Enter your

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  • User account | Southeastern Tea Party
    Email Previous issues Register to Vote Take Our Poll Tea Party on the Web TheContract org TheTeaParty net TeaPartyPatriots org PatriotActionNetwork org ReTeaParty com TheTeaPartyNetwork Politics In The News Home User account Log in Request new password Username Enter your

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  • User account | Southeastern Tea Party
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  • Federal appeals court invalidates some ObamaCare subsidies, in blow to health law | Southeastern Tea Party
    to health law Tue 07 22 14 WASHINGTON A powerful federal appeals court dealt a major blow to ObamaCare on Tuesday ruling against the legality of some subsidies issued to people through the Affordable Care Act exchanges A three judge panel ruled 2 1 on Tuesday that the IRS went too far in reinterpreting the language in ObamaCare to extend subsidies to those who buy insurance through the federally run exchanges known as HealthCare gov The case Halbig v Sebelius is one of the first major legal challenges that cuts to the heart of the Affordable Care Act by going after the legality of massive federal subsidies and those who benefit from them In the case the plaintiff claimed the Obama administration in particular the Internal Revenue Service is breaking the law by offering tax subsidies in all 50 states to offset the cost of health insurance The suit maintains that the language in ObamaCare actually restricts subsidies to state run exchanges of which there are only 14 and does not authorize them to be given in the 36 states that use the federally run system commonly known as HealthCare gov The ruling though likely to be appealed could threaten

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  • New York Times bestseller list ignores D’Souza’s "America" | Southeastern Tea Party
    New York Times bestselling list long the standard for success in book sales has come under fire because it has not listed Dinesh D Souza s book America which is outselling other books on the list Dinesh D Souza former president of King s College in New York author and filmmaker tells OneNewsNow that the New York Times betrays itself with an obviously liberal bias D Souza The New York

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  • Baier Tracks: Border crisis secrecy unacceptable | Southeastern Tea Party
    had happened during the Bush administration But the ongoing crisis at the southern U S border perhaps gives us the most striking example yet White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said privacy rights of the Central American children who have illegally entered the United States are the reason governors around the country have not been given warnings about incoming busloads or planeloads of kids coming to their states but somehow

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  • Mitch McConnell fires back at Democrats: Obamacare harms women | Southeastern Tea Party
    make about 80 percent of the health care decisions for their families in this country the Kentucky Republican said And yet Obamacare has caused countless women to lose the health care plans they had and liked The leader s comments come amid the Democrats full court press to reverse the high court s Hobby Lobby decision which said closely held corporations do not have to insure contraceptives they object to

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  • Will ObamaCare ever 'prove itself'? | Southeastern Tea Party
    and even with the Obama administration touting millions of enrollees in health coverage one correspondent thinks the law still has to prove itself David Drucker senior congressional correspondent for The Washington Examiner thinks most Americans are not happy with ObamaCare Drucker I think they would like to see a lot of changes to it he tells OneNewsNow I think that the law still has to prove itself if it s ever going to prove itself that it was a positive change from the old healthcare system The journalist cites polling data that indicates people generally don t like the Affordable Care Act But they didn t like the system it replaced either he adds and what most Americans probably want is for Congress and the president any president to start over and fix the problems with healthcare That would include fixing the new problems that ObamaCare created while fixing the old problems that they d be left to deal with if ObamaCare went away Drucker shares the big question he s rolled around in his mind ever since the healthcare law was passed What happens if and when the law is entrenched and clearly not going anywhere and large businesses

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