Things You Need to Know this Week

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This week in Washington, Tea Party Patriots stood with Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialty Store as they were forced to fight for religious freedom, and the Post Office took wasteful spending to the next level. Here are some things you need to know this week.

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Jenny Beth Martin makes the case for religious freedom
On the day the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in two landmark cases, Kathleen Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialty Store v. Sebelius, Tea Party Patriots was out in full force to rally around the Constitution and the right to religious freedom. Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Jenny Beth Martin was in attendance precisely because of how important it is to defend the First Amendment when it comes under attack.… Read More> Enrollment delay just the latest in a string of Obamacare glitches
Yesterday, the Obama Administration once again made a unilateral decision to extend the March 31 deadline for Americans to enroll in Obamacare. The new rules will supposedly allow those who have started the enrollment process on HealthCare.gov but have not finished, to have until mid-April to ask for an extension. All one has to do is check a blue box on the website to indicate they tried to enroll before the deadline.… Read More> Wasteful Government Spending, Post Office Edition
Just when you thought stories about wasteful and egregious government spending couldn’t get any worse, the U.S. Postal Service decided to give its employees government credit cards. According to a series of reports prepared by the Postal Service’s Inspector General and obtained by the Washington Examiner, postal workers have used taxpayer money to gamble and pay personal bills and other expenses…Read More> #ObamacareMadness: The Struggling 16
Unless you’ve been in a complete media blackout, you know the Administration is doing a full court press promoting the healthcare law during March Madness. From brackets to b-ball talk on sports shows, it has been non-stop in the push for enrollment, particularly to the youth. To complement the efforts, the President released an ACA bracket (http://www.whitehouse.gov//acabracket), featuring 16 reasons to “get covered.” The quirky gifs paired with phrases like “YOLO” show just how detached he is from what is really transpiring across the country with Obamacare…Read More>

In Liberty,

Tea Party Patriots National Support Team

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