A group of Republican Senators is pressing legislation that would grant the IRS commissioner new authority to fire high-ranking employees for poor performance or misconduct.
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Six years ago, Democrats kept the United States Senate in session until the early hours of Christmas Eve in order to rush through a massive, poorly drafted bill. That bill was Obamacare, and it passed without a single Republican vote. The price for refusing Republican input was high, as Democratic leaders cut notorious deals like the “Cornhusker Kickback” and the “Louisiana Purchase” behind closed doors to bring reluctant Democratic senators aboard.
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Intelligence officials have determined that Islamic extremists have explored using the refugee program to enter the United States, the head of the House Homeland Security Committee said on Monday. Continue reading “ISIS has targeted refugee program to enter US, Homeland Security chairman says”
One year ago, three Republican senators permanently changed the Obamacare debate by publishing Congress’ most credible plan yet to repeal and replace the health law. They called it the Patient Choice, Affordability, Responsibility, and Empowerment Act, or “Patient CARE.” Last night, they published a new and improved version of their proposal, one that continues to be a model GOP health-reform plan. It could have an impact on how the Supreme Court opines in its upcoming Obamacare case, King v. Burwell.
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