David Bossie

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Will the Senate Hold?

On Thursday night, after House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) gleefully denounced conservative groups as “losing all credibility,” 169 House Republicans joined Democrats on a march toward more spending and bigger government. It is a sad day that only sixty-two Republicans think that increasing spending is a bad thing. Dec 14, 2013 8:28 AM PT

Memo to New Hampshire Voters: Scott Brown Voted for Romneycare

The 2014 midterm elections will come down to who was for and who was against Obamacare. As conservatives, we relish this fight because now that the law has unfortunately gone into effect, Americans are now seeing before their very eyes how Obamacare fundamentally changes the health care system in America for the worse. Dec 7, 2013 8:42 AM PT

New Obamacare Report: The Nightmare Has Just Begun

Conservatives don’t just oppose Obamacare as a matter of policy – we oppose it as a matter of principle. The federal government was not designed to function as a central planner for any segment of the U.S. economy, much less the whopping one-sixth of it driven by health care. Nov 23, 2013 9:19 AM PT

Fumbled?

President Obama, in his most incoherent press conference yet, described the ugly rollout of Obamacare as a mere fumble. “That’s on me … we fumbled the rollout on this health-care law,” he said, the Washington Post reported Thursday. Nov 16, 2013 9:26 AM PT

Tell Congress: 'Live by Your Laws!'

Every year, Congress finds new ways to tax and regulate you, but the D.C. political elites always go to great lengths to protect themselves from the same laws they pass. Nov 9, 2013 10:57 AM PT

We Told You So: Obamacare Is a Disaster

President Obama promised that his health insurance exchanges would make all of our lives better. In exchange for forcing us to buy insurance, Obama promised that his new government-run markets would be simple, one-stop-shops for quality, affordable coverage. He was wrong. Oct 26, 2013 8:08 AM PT

America Needs a Real Budget Process

The government shutdown is over and the political elites in Washington, D.C. decided to pass a short-term budget, known as a Continuing Resolution, while fully funding Obamacare. Oct 19, 2013 3:20 PM PT

Continue the Fight on Obamacare

Government bureaucrats aren't good at much, but they are efficient at making words lose their meaning. One word the government does seem to know the definition of is "bully." This so-called shutdown has made it painfully obvious that the government will still bully average Americans to get what it wants. Oct 12, 2013 7:36 AM PT

Obama's Disgraceful Insult to the Greatest Generation

If you've never visited the WWII memorial in Washington, D.C. you really should. It is a beautiful and fitting testament to the invaluable sacrifices made by so many Americans in the name of freedom. It is also outdoors, located on the National Mall between the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. Oct 5, 2013 12:04 AM PT

Majority of Senate Republicans Cave on Obamacare Funding

This week in the U.S. Senate, cloture was approved to end debate on the Continuing Resolution to fund the government until November 15. But the principled CR passed by the House is now unrecognizable, as the Senate resolution includes an amendment by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, which is a complete substitute for the House bill and includes more than a $967 billion increase in discretionary spending. Sep 28, 2013 6:18 AM PT

Oh Nancy!

The outrageous things Nancy Pelosi says would be unintentionally hilarious if she hadn’t been given such a powerful position in government by the Democratic Party. This week in an interview with Politico, the House Democratic Leader claimed that President Obama has been “practically apolitical, certainly nonpartisan,” and claimed that Conservatives and Republicans want to take him down politically because “they know he is a nonpartisan president.” Sep 21, 2013 7:46 AM PT

A Battle Won but the War Continues to Defund Obamacare

This week, thanks to a groundswell of opposition from conservative activists, the House Republican leadership decided to delay voting on their continuing resolution. Leadership would never admit it, but they canceled Thursday’s scheduled vote because they did not have enough support from Republican members. Sep 14, 2013 3:39 AM PT

Vote for Conservative Quin Hillyer in Alabama Special Election

A vote for Quin Hillyer for Congress in South Alabama’s upcoming special primary election on September 24th is like getting the best of both worlds. Not only do you get the best possible principled conservative you could hope for, you’re also getting someone with the experience to be a skilled legislator for his constituents from day one. Sep 7, 2013 7:19 AM PT

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