For five years, Senate Democrats have blocked our efforts to repeal Obamacare. That ends today.

The president will say his domestic policies are working, but a closer look at the facts tells a different story. Here’s what we call the administration’s hat-trick of failures:

Next week, for the first time, Congress will send the president a bill repealing Obamacare and defunding Planned Parenthood. Here are three reasons why this bill is so important:

Today, the House came together to ensure our government is open and working for the American people.

This omnibus bill represents a bipartisan compromise that includes a significant number of wins for Republican priorities. You can read the full bill text here.

From coast to coast, the 21st Century Cures initiative is already picking up momentum and support.

If only did the VA did half as good a job of taking care of our veterans as they do their own bureaucrats.
For decades, Democrats in Congress have insisted their support for large spending reforms would only come in exchange for large tax increases. Yesterday, however, the president signed bipartisan legislation that would strengthen Medicare, put the program on a sounder financial footing, and achieve real, long-term savings for taxpayers.

WASHINGTON, DC – House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) today issued the following statement after Senate passage of H.R. 2, a bipartisan bill to strengthen Medicare and fix its payment formula for doctors:

As media coverage of the administration’s VA scandal reached a crescendo last year, President Obama was said to be “mad as hell” at the deadly mismanagement and secret waiting lists plaguing American military veterans on his watch. If only his actions over the last year had borne that out.