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ALG - House's 'tepid lawsuit' encourages Obama to violate law 


Nov. 21, 2014, Fairfax, Va.—Americans for Limited Government President Nathan Mehrens today issued the following statement responding to the House lawsuit against executive implementation of Obamacare:


"Boehner's tepid lawsuit response to five years of President Obama's executive actions to willy nilly change the law without Congress sadly demonstrates the profound weakness of his leadership. By the time Boehner's lawsuit winds its way through the court system, Obamacare will have been fully implemented. Is it this kind of pathetic response that encourages Obama to continue his effective dissolution of the separation of powers."


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Watchdog - King Obama?  


Critics say President Obama is setting himself up as king with amnesty fiat


This week in a Facebook video, President Obama declared that he would use his “lawful authority as president” to “start fixing our broken immigration system.”

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Vermont halts payments to Obamacare architect Gruber

After a series of videos showed Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber insulting voters and intentionally misleading the public, the state of Vermont has stopped payments on its $400,000 contract with him.
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Net neutrality would boost FCC’s budget by upping fees

If net neutrality is adopted, the FCC stands to gain $375 million in fee collections. With spending on some programs going up by 62 percent next year, according to FCC chairman Tom Wheeler, it’s anyone’s guess how much more the FCC will try to collect in additional fees.


Citizen News

Massachusetts town may ban sale of all tobacco products

A town in Massachusetts has proposed a ban on the sale of smokeless tobacco, pipe tobacco, cigars, cigarettes and e-cigarettes. If passed, it would be the first town in the U.S. to ban the sale of all tobacco products within its borders.
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Rural Nebraskans hit with big Obamacare rate hikes
Obamacare enrollment has begun in Nebraska for the second year of the program, but people with existing plans have received letters from their insurance companies explaining rate increases.


Obama doubles down on tech-immigrant abuse
As part of immigration reform, the Obama administration has expanded a controversial visa program that businesses are using to underpay and "handcuff" foreign workers.


With election over, the hard work begins
Now that the elections are over, statehouse reporting has become more important than ever with the tremendous growth of government power.

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ALG's Daily Grind - 'Fundamentally transforming America' one neighborhood at a time


Nov. 20, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds and cartoons granted.

'Fundamentally transforming America' one neighborhood at a time
Department of Housing and Urban Development: "The operation of housing markets" results in segregation.

Cartoon: The Emperor Strikes Back

Paul Krugman: Demonstrable dishonesty in Obamacare intent
Ignoring the obvious intent of America's socialized medicine law.

Crovitz: What a tangled web Obama weaves
"Treating the Internet like a utility won't achieve the president's supposed goal, so why pursue it?"


ALG's Daily Grind - Obamacare's lies come crashing down 


Nov. 18, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds and cartoons granted.

Obamacare's lies come crashing down
Obamacare architect mocks the "stupidity" of American voters.

Cartoon: The brains of Obamacare
Obama plays dumb on who designed the health care law.

Obama cedes South Pacific to China
Micronesia suffers under Department of Interior mismanagement as China moves in.

Lifsher: California pension funds are running dry
The public pension time bomb in California is going off.


ALG's Daily Grind - Internet giveaway hangs in balance in December 


Nov. 13, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds and cartoons granted.

Internet giveaway hangs in balance in December
If the federal government is fully funded through fiscal year 2015 which ends on September 30, 2015, you can pretty much kiss Commerce Department oversight of the Internet governance goodbye.

From the battlefield to the oilfield, it is all about employing veterans
As troops return home, they face a new fight: finding a job in a competitive labor market that doesn't understand how their military experience translates into employees with discipline, organization, and motivation.

Obamacare Architect: "You are stupid!"
In a YouTube video from last October, Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber asserted "the stupidity of the American voter" enabled Obama and his allies to conceal the true cost of the socialized medicine monstrosity.

Feldman: Obama isn't in charge of net neutrality
FCC with Obama's blessing claims unilateral authority to change law and regulate broadband Internet as a utility.