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Published on Mar 27, 2014
Why is John Boehner protecting Democrat corruption instead of exposing it? Bill calls him out!
The Department of Justice has denied Sen. Ted Cruz’s request for a special prosecutor to probe allegations that the Internal Revenue Service targeted conservative groups, according to a letter sent to the Texas Republican and shared with POLITICO.
Cruz, a firebrand conservative and possible 2016 presidential contender who has been making the rounds in early primary states, sent a letter earlier this year to Attorney General Eric Holder asking him to “act to preserve the integrity of the Department of Justice and immediately appoint a special prosecutor, with meaningful independence,” to handle the IRS probe.
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Earlier this afternoon, the House held its 50th Obamacare repeal vote, voting 250 to 160 in favor of a one-year delay on the individual mandate penalty. And that really, really stuck in Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s craw:
The nerve of those Republicans (and 27 Democrats), trying to “undermine” a law as pure and solid as Obamacare! Don’t they know it’s “working”?
@DWStweets It's not working…
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What’s the real reason that they don’t want Americans in these Jobs….Are the big companies breaking the law when it comes to working conditions, minimum wage, etc.? Let me know what you think. Andrew
The political risks to the GOP of immigration were highlighted in Cary, N.C., last week, when a PR. event hosted by GOP Rep. Renee Ellmers quickly descended into an extended complaint by business leaders about supposedly uneducated, untalented and unmotivated Americans.
The videotaped session was arranged by business leaders to applaud Ellmer’s support for a proposed immigration rewrite that would increase the current annual inflow of 650,000 guest workers and 1 million immigrants into the overflowing U.S. labor pool.