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In a statement released Friday morning, Speaker of the House John Boehner slams President Obama’s executive amnesty, calling it a sabotage of bipartisan efforts and a punishment for those who’ve followed the legal path to citizenship. He goes on to say the House will rise to the challenge, and won’t stand idle as the president… Read more »
Despite being brutalized in the midterm elections in terms of seats, ...
Over the last couple of years, news outlets have kept up with Barack Obama, his presidency, and how Americans in general are taking his term. As of late, most of them are not very happy with Obama’s performance. The Inquisitr has kept up with people’s disdain, which has resulted in terrible approval ratings. Some specifics… Read more »
House Speaker John Boehner, or whoever manages his official Twitter account, experienced a true “epic fail” Tuesday when he attempted to post a tweet outlining the Republican “5 point” jobs creation plan. There was just one problem Except for the numbers 1-5, the tweet was completely blank. ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ #5pts4jobs → http://t.co/DR9MAb4X5d… Read more »
House Speaker John Boehner said in an interview with ABC’s This Week ...
When House Speaker John Boehner shot down the 2014 unemployment extension ...
The 2014 unemployment extension bill is dead in the water, but U.S. Congressman Brad Schneider of Illinois believes that unemployment insurance for benefits needs to be extended immediately. In a related report by The Inquisitr, the shift in the American work force has led to growing legions of freelancers and independent contractors. Unfortunately, trouble is… Read more »
President Obama is preparing to take bold action, by the end of the summer, ...
The 2014 unemployment extension bill has Senators Dean Heller and Jack Reed scrambling to figure out how to pay for the legislation, but John Boehner’s job provisions requirement still hangs around like ironic elephant in the room. But could the food stamps program in Maine be a method by which they could kill two birds… Read more »
Ever since President Barack Obama’s Affordable Healthcare Act passed, it has been met with both positively and negatively, as mentioned in multiple reports here on The Inquisitr. Some of our reports include Obamacare surviving a tax challenge despite it only being popular among 40 percent of Americans. We also reported on a case in which… Read more »
House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) declared Tuesday that talk of impeaching ...
House Speaker John Boehner’s lawsuit against President Barack Obama ...
An effort to impeach President Obama will likely move forward very soon as ...
The 2014 unemployment extension bill keeps getting kicked down the road by Congress, but it’s possible that a new report from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) may indicate hard times ahead for Social Security programs in general, including unemployment benefits. In a related report by The Inquisitr, the CBO has Social Security Disability running out… Read more »
In June, John Boehner announced that he would bring a lawsuit against President Barack Obama for abusing his power in some unspecified way. Later, the Republican House Speaker clarified the lawsuit, saying he would sue the president for delaying the employer mandate required by the new health insurance law, the Affordable Care Act, also known… Read more »
The 2014 unemployment extension bill in both the House and Senate is in trouble but Senators Jack Reed and Dean Heller say they are not giving up and they are currently working on a new way to fund their EUC bill. In a related report by The Inquisitr, Heller claims President Obama “needs to be… Read more »
So-called conservatives among tea party and republicans are aligned against ...
The 2014 unemployment extension that Democrats have been attempting to pass since April may have finally seen its doom sealed Tuesday when the Republican-led House of Representatives passed a highway bill that raids the same funds that were supposed to go toward paying for the unemployment extension. “This is now the second time they’ve taken… Read more »
Nancy Pelosi was deemed guilty of sexism by Fox News host Megyn Kelly. In addition to being a top ratings getter on the cable news network, Kelly is also a licensed attorney. The sexism label was levied against the California Democrat after Pelosi said Americans should be “very afraid” of the U.S Supreme Court. The… Read more »
The 2014 unemployment extension has been introduced in both the House and the Senate but some people are criticizing President Obama for not being engaged with Congress during the legislation process. In a related report by The Inquisitr, when a lady picked up food stamps and welfare while driving a Mercedes Benz, political pundits were… Read more »
Calls for Obama’s impeachment surprisingly has House Speaker John Boehner agreeing with the President on at least one front. While Boehner didn’t qualify his responses, he did say that to impeach Obama as many Republicans desire is a bad idea. In a related report by The Inquisitr, some people claimed that the Taliban trade for… Read more »
MS-13 gang members are among the illegal immigrants being held at Texas border facilities. The young males who admitted to being in the gang are also reportedly attempting to recruit younger unaccompanied children into their drug-running group. Border Patrol agents say their hands are tied to separate the members of the deadly gang from the… Read more »
The 2014 unemployment extension bill in the House of Representatives is a ...
John Boehner brought his case for suing President Obama to the opinion pages ...
The 2014 unemployment extension is still on the lips of many, but now that the unemployment rate has dropped to the lowest levels in six years, it’s claimed by Republican supporters that John Boehner and the House of Representatives were right to deny the extension of further unemployment benefits. In a related report by The… Read more »
The 2014 unemployment extension effort has turned into a matter of political gamesmanship as Democrats in the House of Representatives try to get around their biggest obstacle to bringing a benefits extension measure to a vote — Republican House Speaker John Boehner. Boehner’s refusal to bring a Senate unemployment extension bill passed in early April… Read more »
Could John Boehner’s lawsuit lead to Congress having President Obama impeached? That’s the idea being spread around by some who believe this is the first step toward having Republicans impeach Obama. In a related report by The Inquisitr, the efforts to impeach Obama in 2014 are supposedly gaining steam with Operation American Spring, with long… Read more »
John Boehner is filing an abuse of power lawsuit against President Barack Obama. The House Speaker stated after making the Wednesday announcement that the Obama lawsuit is not about impeachment but forcing the president to “faithfully execute the laws” of the United States. The House Speaker maintains that President Obama has not only ignored the… Read more »
New hope for a 2014 unemployment extension appeared possible Tuesday, as the two senators who have pushed the hardest to bring back the unemployment benefits that were cut off for job seekers six months ago, introduced a new extension measure to the Senate on Tuesday. The bill differs significantly from an earlier unemployment extension measure… Read more »
A new 2014 unemployment extension bill in the Senate will be introduced by Senators Dean Heller and Jack Reed this week. But some people may not be happy that the new unemployment benefits package will not include retroactive payments. In a related report by The Inquisitr, studies of the long-term unemployed show that they increasingly… Read more »
The fight over the 2014 unemployment extension bill has been mostly waged by politicians, but even among the unemployed there seems to be disagreement on at least one issue: Should the people who have already reached 99 weeks in unemployment benefits continue to be supported within a new unemployment extension bill? In a related report… Read more »
With no 2014 unemployment extension able to pass both houses of congress — or even come to a vote in the Republican-led House of Representatives — the number of long-term unemployed job seekers to lose their benefits crossed the 3 million mark earlier this week, according to statistics from the House Ways and Means Committee…. Read more »
Eric Cantor announced Wednesday that he is quitting as House Majority Leader after a shocking primary defeat that has swiftly shaken up the Republican Party. “While I intend to serve out my term as a member of Congress in the 7th District of Virginia, effective July 31, I will be stepping down as majority leader,”… Read more »
John Boehner said the Bowe Bergdahl swap will cost American lives, taking ...
The debate over the 2014 unemployment extension has mostly been discussed in terms of cost versus the benefit to the United States. But can the US federal budget even afford increasing unemployment insurance benefits? In a related report by The Inquisitr, a new White House petition is asking that President Obama simply call John Boehner… Read more »
The 2014 unemployment extension bill for the Senate has gone back to the drawing board. Democratic Senator Jack Reed of Rhode Island and Republican Senator Dean Heller of Nevada are hoping to extend unemployment benefits through the rest of 2014. In a related report by The Inquisitr, some people are claiming that Democrats have lost… Read more »
The latest 2014 unemployment extension petition is asking that President Obama call House Speaker John Boehner and attempt to work out a middle ground for the millions of Americans who have their unemployment benefits expire. In a related report by The Inquisitr, we have previously noted that “Obama could threaten to veto other Republican-backed legislation… Read more »
The 2014 unemployment extension is dead in the water with both Republicans and Democrats trying to blame each other for allowing the unemployment benefits bill passed by the Senate to expire in the House of Representatives. In a related report by The Inquisitr, the original unemployment extension bill would have extended benefits until June 1,… Read more »
Hope for an unemployment extension in 2014 appeared dead Friday, as the US House of Representatives left town for another recess without the unemployment benefits bill that passed the Senate on April 7 — and which would have extended benefits through the end of May — ever coming to a vote. While it is theoretically… Read more »
The 2014 unemployment extension measure passed by the Senate on April 7 would likely never have made it past a Republican filibuster attempt without the support of Ohio’s junior Senator, 58-year-old Rob Portman. It was Portman who helped craft the compromise bill that would have paid unemployment benefits retroactively through December, and granted an extension… Read more »
The 2014 unemployment extension debate took an interesting twist when it was revealed that almost half of the unemployed Americans, including some who are still receiving unemployment benefits, are not even looking for a job in the first place. In a related report by The Inquisitr, the original unemployment extension bill passed by the Senate… Read more »
The 2014 unemployment extension that was passed by the Senate in early April — but still blocked from coming to the House floor by Republican Speaker John Boehner — would have paid benefits to the long term jobless not only going forward, but also going back to the end of December when Congress failed to… Read more »
The 2014 unemployment extension battle has some Democrats and Republicans attempting to work together to find a middle ground solution, but House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid seemed to have entrenched their positions. So at this point, the question might be: where does the cutoff line belong for receiving unemployment benefits?… Read more »
The 2014 unemployment extension passed by the Senate in early April has two weeks to live, and with the House showing no signs of willingness to even vote on the unemployment bill, which includes an extension of benefits through the end of May, 2014, the measure appears as good as dead. But even as hope… Read more »
An unemployment extension in 2014 appeared less and less likely this week as an attempt by a lone Republican senator to tie the unemployment benefits extension to a massive corporate tax cut bill fizzled out on Capitol Hill. Nevada Senator Dean Heller has been a lone Republican voice pushing for the extension of unemployment benefits… Read more »
The 2014 unemployment extension has become a political football, with Republicans arguing that unemployment benefits for the long-term unemployed should not be extended. Democrats believe benefits should be reinstated quickly, but the political stalemate has resulted in no action being taken at all. But could an unemployment petition to President Obama on WhiteHouse.gov some how… Read more »
Are unemployment benefits in 2014 only providing a hammock for the lazy? This is the contention by some Republicans who believe that the unemployment extension should not be passed by Congress. But what is the true story? In a related report by The Inquisitr, the 2014 unemployment extension debate has Republicans claiming the recent unemployment… Read more »
The unemployment extension debate in 2014 has divided Republicans and Democrats, with the former arguing that the unemployment extension should be dropped in order to encourage Americans to seek jobs, while Democrats believe unemployment benefits should be renewed indefinitely, or at least until the United States economy has improved significantly. But what does the recent… Read more »
People will believe almost everything these days if it goes against what they are fed to think. In another unique “Man on the Street” video by Mark Dice, the subject is the resignation of House Speaker, John Boehner for saying racist statements for “not like Mexican food”. It is amazing how many people will fully… Read more »