Mocking the idea that House Republicans would “sue me for doing my job,” President Obama said in July 2014 that “everybody recognizes that this is a political stunt. Well, not everybody.

House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) issued the following statement regarding the United States District Court for the District of Columbia's ruling in the House’s litigation challenging President Obama’s unilateral transfer of funds to insurance companies:

“This is now the weakest expansion we have had in 70 years,” said Megan Greene, chief economist at Manulife Asset Management.

As scandals and crises engulfed the Obama administration last summer, outside observers began to openly wonder if the president and his team are up to the task of managing the government. A year later, it still looks that way:

That includes the first real entitlement reform in nearly two decades, the first 10-year balanced budget plan since 2001, and real strides on veterans’ health and human trafficking.

Experts warn that the IPAB panel will ‘absolutely’ have an impact on health care providers’ ability to treat patients, forcing them to limit services or stop seeing patients all together.

If the Obama administration was so deceptive about the extent of Gruber’s involvement – which was merely a political problem – how can it be trusted to tell the truth about more serious issues?

Another priority for the American people is lower health care costs, and despite the many promises, ObamaCare has not delivered.
Here’s a look at several bipartisan, common sense measures we’ll take up this week to help protect Americans from the disastrous consequences of the president’s health care law
Americans can’t afford it, and so the House is going to take action this week on solutions that will lower costs and expand access to quality health care.

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