Boehner’s rampage against House members who defied him on ObamaTrade vote has begun to backfire — and he may be starting to back-pedal, due to public pressure.
Representative Ken Buck (R-Colo.) is the latest target among House Republicans who dared to vote their consciences against Boehner’s fanatical Fast Track support for TPP/TTIP/TiSA.
Senator Ted Cruz’s vote switch didn’t stop cloture, but Senator Jeff Sessions’ relentless exposure of TPA and the TTP/TTIP/TiSA dangers may derail Wednesday’s Fast Track vote.
Is it stupidity or cupidity, if senators still vote for TPA, in view of plain truth about Fast Track? Either way, a vote for Fast Track Tuesday would be totally inexcusable.
House Republican leadership has reportedly proposed an alternative to ObamaCare subsidies should the Supreme Court rule against them.
The GOP congressional leadership is working hard to give President Obama what Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) admitted is “an enormous grant of power, obviously, from a Republican Congress to a Democratic president."
Citing wasted tax dollars and attacks on the constitutionally guaranteed liberties of the American people, Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Ala.) introduced a bill to restore U.S. sovereignty and withdraw from the United Nations. The effort to de-fund and exit the UN comes amid growing scrutiny of the global organization, often ridiculed as the “dictators club,” and myriad mega-scandals swirling around it. However, despite ever-growing support in Congress for restoring U.S. sovereignty by withdrawing from the UN over the years, the legislation still faces an uphill battle.
President Obama has promised to campaign for congressmen who vote yes on the TPA (Trade Promotion Authority) bill for the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Corporations that will benefit from passage of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) bribed senators to vote for fast-track authority.
Latest WikiLeaks release of secret TPP texts confirms critics’ charges of Big Pharma “crony capitalism” corruption in ObamaTrade process.
Senator Rand Paul and a bipartisan coalition of congressmen are calling for the release of the redacted portion of the 9/11 report.