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ALG's Daily Grind - Supreme Court delivers blow to Obama on NLRB appointments, now Congress must act 


June 27, 2014

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Supreme Court delivers blow to Obama on NLRB appointments, now Congress must act
If the Supreme Court had decided the case differently, the consequences for our system of limited government would have been disastrous, sending a message that we allow presidents to bypass the Senate and unilaterally install appointees, including federal judges, any time the president deems the Senate "unavailable," such as over lunch.

Boehner to take Obama to federal court on executive overreach?
Does the House have standing to sue in federal court over, say, the failure to implement provisions of Obamacare?

Moore: Mr. Obama, where are our 5 million missing jobs?
"A new analysis of the labor force numbers by Heritage Foundation economists places the real jobs deficit in America closer to 5.5 million, even after accounting for changes in population and demographics."


ALG's Daily Grind - Another Obama overreach goes to Supreme Court


June 17, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds and cartoons granted.

Another Obama overreach goes to Supreme Court
Court to decide Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association, wherein the Obama administration arbitrarily changed its interpretation of the Fair Labor Standards Act without issuing a new regulation for comment.

Cartoon: Down the drain
Were American sacrifices in Iraq in vain?

What does Hillary's laughing rape defense audio mean?
Hillary Clinton laughed her way through an early 1980s taped interview surrounding her getting a 41-year-old Arkansas man off on charges that he raped a 12-year-old girl in 1975.

Caffeinated Thoughts: Bobby Jindal considering 2016 presidential run
An exclusive interview with the 2016 presidential hopeful.


ALG's Daily Grind - Racial quotas for local zoning decisions? 


June 6, 2014

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Racial quotas for local zoning decisions?
ALG's Mehrens: "Housing discrimination based on race has been illegal for decades. There is no discrimination in people choosing for themselves where they want to live, and yet that is exactly what HUD is seeking to regulate."

New report highlights need for Zero to Zero sugar policy
Institute for Policy Innovation study: "In a reasonably free global sugar market, the United States can compete in sugar.  Achieving such a market should be the goal of U.S. policy, rather than simply allowing otherwise viable domestic U.S. sugar producers to be driven out of business by practices that, in the long term, are not in the best interests of either U.S. producers or consumers."

Will: When a president goes rogue
"Obama did not comply with the law requiring presidents to notify Congress 30 days before such exchanges of prisoners at Guantanamo."


NH Senate President Statement on Executive Order 

Concord, NH – Senate President Chuck Morse, R-Salem, issued the following statement today on the Governor’s announcement of a plan to restrict state spending:


“I appreciate the Governor’s long overdue announcement of a plan to restrict state spending.  As she recognizes in her letter, the issues facing our state today are not revenue problems, they are spending problems. 

“As Governor Hassan noted, state revenues are slightly above plan for the year as a result of the Senate Republican’s responsible revenue estimates.   I’m also pleased the Governor has finally recognized the necessity of the back of the budget reductions included the budget, and am confident that today’s letter will put to bed ongoing attempts to reopen that discussion. 

“As announced last week, Senate Finance Chairman Jeanie Forrester will continue to work with the Departments to evaluate their spending and lapse positions for the current fiscal year in order to prepare legislative leaders should events necessitate additional legislative action.  We welcome the Governor’s involvement in these constructive conversations.”



Guinta For Congress - Like Clockwork, Another Day and Another Obamacare Delay 

From Frank's Desk

The Obama Administration announced today it would unilaterally extend the open enrollment period for purchasing health insurance beyond the previously scheduled March 31st deadline.

In response to this delay, Frank Guinta released the following statement:

“Another day and another delay. This morning, the Obama Administration delayed yet another portion of Obamacare. This is just the latest in a long line of political gimmicks used in order to advance their political agenda at the expense of middle-class Granite Staters. Premiums have increased, thousands have lost both their doctors and their insurance, while seniors recently saw cuts to Medicare Advantage.

This law is devastating to New Hampshire. Instead of the top down, government run approach to health care thrust upon us by Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter, we need to open up the marketplace and permit the purchasing of health insurance across state lines. We also can implement tort reform to drive down costs and increase transparency in health care. These are just a few of the solutions I would propose to improve access to affordable, quality health care for all Granite Staters.” | Facebook Twitter

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