Monthly Archives: January, 2014

ObamaCare support hits record low

A new Fox News poll says a record high number of voters now oppose the 2010 Affordable Care Act and a record low number supports it. In addition, a majority thinks the new law will increase their health care costs, while few think it will improve their quality of care. The poll shows that 59% of the voters oppose the health care law, up from 55 percent who opposed it six months ago (June 2013). The increase in opposition comes from both independents and Democrats.

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GOP Reps pushing to end double taxing by the federal government

There are 3 Republican representatives leading an effort to end what they call “double-taxing” of Social Security benefits. Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) introduced HR 3894, the Senior Citizens Tax Elimination Act, to do away with income taxes on Social Security benefits. Reps. Jim Bridenstine (R-Okla.) and Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) supported the bill as original co-sponsors.

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Obama threatens Fox New reporter’s career

The bully Obama has been exposed, when he tried to press Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren to shut down a colleague’s reporting on the jihadist attack in Benghazi, Libya, that cost the lives of a U.S. ambassador and three other Americans. Van Susteren asserted recently on her blog that the administration made an extensive effort to conceal what happened in Benghazi. She cited U.S. officials’ refusal to include the Fox News Channel in several Benghazi briefings along with a warning that her colleague’s career would be ruined if she persisted in her reporting on the attack.

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US withholding Fisa court orders on NSA bulk collection of Americans’ data

The DOJ is withholding documents related to the bulk collection of Americans’ data from a transparency lawsuit launched by the American Civil Liberties Union. US attorney Preet Bharara of the southern district of New York informed the ACLU in a Friday letter that the government would not turn over “certain other” records from a secret surveillance court, which are being “withheld in full” from a Freedom of Information Act suit the civil liberties group filed to shed light on bulk surveillance activities performed under the Patriot Act.

Seniors Group Leader Vows to Kill ‘Death Tax’

The founder and chairman of the 60 Plus Senior Association, Jim Martin vows that his 7.1 million-member group’s efforts to repeal the estate tax will play a huge role in the 2014 elections. The man who put the phrase “death tax” on the political map to describe the estate tax predicted a big Republican capture of the Senate because of what he called a “tsunami of senior power reaching gale force this November.”

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Snowden could use a trial to showcase spy claims

If Edward Snowden was ever to return to the US,  he would face criminal charges for leaking information about National Security Agency surveillance programs. But legal experts say a trial could expose more classified information as his lawyers try to build a case in an open court that the operations he exposed were illegal.

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How dare you speak against Obummer

If anyone dares to speak against lord Obama, watch out, as you will soon find yourself on his s*** list.  And he will find any excuse to charge you.  Federal agents will arrest outspoken political commentator Dinesh D’Souza in New York City on Friday over allegations that his donations to a failed U.S. Senate candidate exceeded campaign-finance limits.

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No-bid contract for Obamacare site goes to firm that developed Obama campaign voter tracking

The Obama Administration gave the latest no-bid Obamacare website contract to a company that developed the complex voter-tracking computer strategies that led Obama to victory in 2012. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, a division of Kathleen Sebelius’ Department of Health and Human Services, recently fired Obamacare website contractor CGI Federal after the botched website rollout that began in October — though CGI Federal still holds five major tech contracts with CMS that are valid for at least another year.

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The IMF “has identified the gap between rich and poor” as an important problem

So now the proof is exposed, the IMF talking of income inequality, somewhat the same as the New World Order does….the IMF has highlighted the threat posed to the global economy by growing income inequality as the world’s business and political leaders prepare to head off to the World Economic Forum in Davos this week.

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Obamacare’s Fishy Navigators

We are finding out that 1 in 7 of New Mexico’s certified Obamacare navigators had a match in the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC) database. In total, 38 health-care guides or certified application counselors received their certification despite a match, according to records from the New Mexico Office of the Superintendent of Insurance (OSI), which certifies navigators working with the New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange.

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