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AHCA (American Health Care Act) “talking Points”

AHCA (American Health Care Act) “talking Points”

By George Miller Here are versions of “talking points,” issued by the two opposing sides in the AHCA battle.  Talk about ships passing in the night. We can’t even tell you which is right without further analysis. Then, below that is a link to the actual bill and more.   Republicans May 04, 2017   […]

Ryan and McConnell Need to Go

Ryan and McConnell Need to Go

. By Michael Greer This morning Rush Limbaugh said there were 238 Republicans in the House and they only need 217 to repeal and replace Obamacare.  Although EVERY Republican ran on repealing Obamacare, Rush said there are 40 or 50 Republicans who don’t want to repeal or replace it.  He is doubtful it will be […]

White House: Trump Is Done Negotiating; If House Bill Fails, Obamacare Remains

White House: Trump Is Done Negotiating; If House Bill Fails, Obamacare Remains

By CHARLIE SPIERING White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney emerged from a meeting with House Republicans with an ultimatum. If the House-led effort to replace Obamacare fails, the United States is stuck with Obamacare, according to several Congressional reporters on Twitter. Mulvaney was joined by a group of administration officials including senior advisors Steve Bannon, […]

7 Reasons Why Obamacare 2.0 Is All But Guaranteed to Impose Crushing Costs on Voters, Hurt Trump’s Base, And Hand Power Back to the Democrats

7 Reasons Why Obamacare 2.0 Is All But Guaranteed to Impose Crushing Costs on Voters, Hurt Trump’s Base, And Hand Power Back to the Democrats

by KATIE MCHUGH If passed in its current form, the GOP’s Obamacare 2.0 bill will impose brutal costs Americans still struggling to make it through a great recession—particularly President Donald Trump’s base—and risk handing Congress and the presidency back to Democrats. 1) The bill’s provisions increase healthcare costs for Trump voters in critical states. As […]

Paul Ryan Staffer at GOP Club — March 8th in Thousand Oaks

Paul Ryan Staffer at GOP Club — March 8th in Thousand Oaks

The Conejo Valley Republican City Club will meet at 6 PM on March 8th at Mimi’s Cafe, 400 N. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360.  Shane Skelton, former aide to the Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, will tell “How to Make the Most of the Republican Victory.” All are welcome to have dinner and […]

Trump And Ryan Hope To Reunite GOP

Trump And Ryan Hope To Reunite GOP

Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan met Thursday morning as Republicans remain deeply divided over their presidential nominee and the future of their party. The meeting comes at a critical point in the 2016 election and was aimed at soothing tensions as Republican leaders have battled over control of the GOP. Republican National Committee […]

Democrats and some Republicans pass highly controversial budget bill

Democrats and some Republicans pass highly controversial budget bill

By George Miller Republican House leadership and loyalists/”moderates” teamed up with all Democrats to ram through a huge budget bill, avoid embarrassing squabbling and potential government “shutdowns” during an upcoming presidential election year. House Conservatives previously persuaded Republican Speaker John Boehner to resign rather than fight for his position and blocked House Majority Leader McCarthy from ascending to […]

Paul Ryan elected speaker of the House, youngest in 150 years

Paul Ryan elected speaker of the House, youngest in 150 years

Paul Ryan on Thursday became the youngest House speaker in nearly 150 years, capsule winning one of the trickiest jobs in Washington by quelling rebellious conservatives and pledging to shake up the way Congress does business. The 45-year-old Wisconsin Republican vowed to give every member of the House a chance to have their say in […]

Paul Ryan Cooks Up Elaborate Ruse To Save Immigration Components Of Obamatrade

Paul Ryan Cooks Up Elaborate Ruse To Save Immigration Components Of Obamatrade

Contemplation on “The Price of Civilization”

Contemplation on  “The Price of Civilization”

I cannot imagine what my mornings would be like without the Wall Street Journal. The pearls I find therein are well beyond the realm of ordinary papers. I find myself going blithely on thought-provoking journeys stimulated by reports. Best of all, the fare presented is fairly balanced between the liberal and conservative outlook on the […]

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