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Says U.S. Rep. Steve Daines, R-Mont., "opposes a vote on his own legislation that he proposed just a few months ago."
Says Sen. Mark Pryor voted for "special subsidies" for lawmakers and staff in Congress "so they’re protected from Obamacare."
The health care marketplaces have "no privacy protections."
The Obama administration shut down the Amber Alert program because of the government shutdown.
"(Texas Republicans) believe in abolishing Social Security, abolishing V.A. health care."
"A strong bipartisan majority" in the House of Representatives "voted to defund Obamacare."
UPS left 15,000 employees’ spouses "without health insurance" and told them to, "go on an exchange with no employer subsidy."
"Every engine manufacturer in the United States is now in the state of Texas."
Of the roughly 15 percent of Americans who don’t have health insurance, "half of them made more than $50,000 a year."
Says "President Obama just granted all of Congress an exception" to Obamacare.
The sequester has "already lost 1.6 million jobs."
The "most realistic estimates" for jobs created by Keystone XL are "maybe 2,000 jobs during the construction of the pipeline."
Says Barack Obama is getting his nominees confirmed "faster than President (George W.) Bush was at the same time in his second term."
"More Americans receive food aid than work in (the) private sector."
The Senate immigration bill "unleashes a massive increase in overall immigration. … We're talking about a population increase under the Senate bill of over 70 million people in 20 years."
"Nearly 70 percent of all federal spending will go towards Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid" in fiscal year 2014.
The immigration bill "has a specific provision that says that Secretary Napolitano does not have to build any fence if she chooses not to."
"There are over 2,000 crimes recorded per 100,000 population in the U.K.," compared to "466 violent crimes per 100,000" in the United States.
Says President Barack Obama is trying to "pack" the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
A bill to advance the Keystone XL Pipeline "is an earmark" under House rules.
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