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ALG's Daily Grind - Obama's 8 Most Dishonest State of the Union Moments 


Jan. 30, 2014

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Obama's 8 most dishonest state of the union moments
2013's most egregious liar from Washington D.C. (which puts him high in the running for most egregious worldwide) got off to a fast start with his January address to Congress. 

What the heck do we have schools for?
Obama: "I've asked Vice President Biden to lead an across-the-board reform of America's training programs to make sure they have one mission: train Americans with the skills employers need, and match them to good jobs that need to be filled right now."

Why Hillary Clinton will likely not be the next president
Only once since FDR has the same party held the White House for more than eight years, and that was Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush from 1981 through 1992.

Video: Watch Sen. Mike Lee destroy Eric Holder's defense of Obama's unlawful executive orders
"When you look at the quality – not just the quantity, but the quality – the nature of the executive orders that he has issued, he has usurped an extraordinary amount of authority within the executive branch.  This is not precedented."


ALG's Daily Grind - The fate of the Union


Jan. 31, 2014

Never a dull moment in D.C.
In place of the usual post-State of the Union lull, the age of new media has highlighted a new environment of restlessness in Washington D.C..

Cartoon: Business vs. Government

The Muzak State of the Union
The meaning of words still matter beyond how they sound. It's easy to forget that listening to President Barack Obama sometimes, like during the State of the Union Tuesday.

Wall Street Journal: Obama to Nominate Navy Cybersecurity Chief to Head NSA
Vice Adm. Michael Rogers, currently the commander of U.S. Fleet Cyber Command, is set to be named by President Barack Obama as the next director of the National Security Agency.


NH GOP - Obama vs The Constitution 


President Obama used the State of the Union Address to reaffirm his plan to act unilaterally to do anything he thinks he can get away with, even without the authority from the Constitution or the consent of Congress.

The Constitution provides the primary rules for the federal government. Barack Obama is defying the Constitution of the United States of America. Obama is not upholding the Presidential Oath of Office.

The State of the Union Address should have informed the country of the high unemployment rate, the lack of job creation, the failure of Obamacare, and the explosion of debt under his watch.

I am asking for your support of the New Hampshire Republican State Committee. Our Party has the only elected officials who care about the Constitution. The Democrats are not even trying to follow the law; they just want more power.

Jeanne Shaheen, Carol Shea-Porter, and Ann Kuster have proven they are unfit to represent us again. They too have violated their oaths and their promises to the citizens of New Hampshire.

They stand by President Obama's infractions of the Constitution. They put their radical ideological agendas ahead of the law of the land. Since they agree with Barack Obama on every single issue, they are perfectly happy with disregarding the Constitution.

Please make a donation to the NH GOP to strengthen campaigns of candidates who will honor the Constitution.



Karen Testerman

Jan302014 - SOTU: 5 things president didn't tell Americans 

State of the Union: 5 things president failed to tell Americans

Throughout the rest of the week, politicians and pundits will spend long hours dissecting and reacting to President Barack Obama‘s State of the Union address delivered Tuesday night to Congress and the country.

The American people, though, should care about what the president didn’t say. The commander-in-chief spoke at length about income inequality, gender fairness, entrepreneurship and increasing federal spending. But he failed to mention how disastrous some of his policies could be for jobs, civil rights and education.

Read the five things the president didn’t say in his 2014 State of the Union speech

VIDEO: Here are three Republicans who responded to the State of the Union address

Three Republicans responded to President Barack Obama’s 2014 State of the Union address.

Watch the videos for Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Sen. Mike Lee, and Sen. Rand Paul.

How the State of the Union address devolved

There was a time when presidents didn’t even bother to deliver the State of the Union address. They just sent a report in writing to both houses of Congress. But that was long ago, in a galaxy far, far away.

Do you think it's time to ditch the State of the Union?


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NRSC - Obama's Ace in the Hole 


The Democrats are stepping up.  They know that the Senate is poised to switch to the GOP, so they’re doing everything they can to prevent it.  

Right now, as you read this, there is literally a Democrat reading an email from a liberal organization; by the thousands, they’re clicking the donate button and contributing what they can.  It adds up fast.  Just last year, for instance, Organizing for Action raised $26.3 million from more than 420,000 people. This is what we’re up against.

Organizing for Action, and the Senate Democrats they protect, will do everything they can to stay in power. If we do nothing, they will outspend us and our candidates on negative attack ads.  We’ve recruited the best candidates in a generation, we’re forming the most efficient campaign organizations we can – the question is whether or not we'll have the resources needed to win.  It’s that simple.

The choice is up to you.

So, what do you decide?  Join the team by contributing what you can afford today.  Let’s fight back, take the upper hand, and build the momentum we need to win this November.


Senate Republicans