Tim Griffin

Rubio Testifies on Obamacare: High 'Risk of a Bailout'

On Wednesday morning, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) is testifying before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform on the risk of an Obamacare bailout. Rubio’s office provided Breitbart News, exclusively, with a full copy of his testimony before the 9:30

Rubio Testifies on Obamacare: High 'Risk of a Bailout'

FCC Begins Tracking 'Obama Phone' Use

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has finally started to crack down on waste and fraud in its phone subsidy program for the poor by compiling a database of subscribers. The $1.85 billion program, called Lifeline, and popularly referred to as

FCC Begins Tracking 'Obama Phone' Use

Professor Tells 'Evil' GOP Rep 'F*ck You' over Obamacare Criticism

An English professor for the taxpayer-subsidized Langston University, a historically black college in Oklahoma, took to social media Tuesday to deride congressional Republicans, specifically Rep. Tim Griffin (R-AR), for their efforts to expose the flaws of Obamacare amid its disastrous

Professor Tells 'Evil' GOP Rep 'F*ck You' over Obamacare Criticism

GOP Rep. Tim Griffin Won't Run for 3rd Term

(AP) GOP Rep. Tim Griffin won’t run for 3rd termBy ANDREW DeMILLOAssociated PressLITTLE ROCK, Ark.Republican U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin says he won’t seek a third term representing central Arkansas in the U.S. House of Representatives. Griffin said Monday that he

GOP Rep. Tim Griffin Won't Run for 3rd Term

Obamaphone Company Launches Ad Campaign to Combat Negative Image

Popular opposition to the “Lifeline” program, colloquially known since last year as the “Obamaphone” program, appears to be growing. Tracfone Wireless, the company that most benefits from the government subsidy, is now advertising on inside-the-beltway news websites in an effort

Obamaphone Company Launches Ad Campaign to Combat Negative Image

Feds Won't Say if Tsarnaevs Had Gov't-Funded Phones

On Thursday, the Boston Herald reported that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) refused to answer questions about whether Boston terror suspects Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev had a government-paid cellphone because of privacy laws.  The Herald reported Wednesday that “Tamerlan Tsarnaev,

Feds Won't Say if Tsarnaevs Had Gov't-Funded Phones

USDA Email: Don't Contradict Us on Sequester's Impact

The USDA contains a department called the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service whose role is to protect the nation’s agriculture from pests and disease. Like everyone else, their budget is being cut by the sequester. Yesterday a regional manager

Gulf Area Workers Urge Obama and Congress to Kill the moratorium

In a visit to Washington, D.C., yesterday, a group of about fifty energy industry workers and representatives from the Gulf of Mexico area told lawmakers, reporters and bloggers that if the Obama administration and Congress are serious about creating and