John Boehner

GOP Resorts to Hitting Up Reps. to Solve Cash Woes

Tina Nguyen, Mediaite

The Republican House majority might be threatened in this midterm election cycle because the GOP doesn't have the money to defend the seats. 

Levin: Boehner Wants to Work w/ Obama on Amnesty In 2015

Right Scoop Staff

In a secret meeting Obama told a bunch of radicals that Boehner had said he could deliver immigration reform in the next Congress, and that Obama should hold of on any actions he might take this year.

Obama Blames GOP For Border Breakdown

Neil Munro, Daily Caller

After mentioning John Boehner and Sen. Mitch McConnell, Obama asked “why wouldn’t you go ahead and pass a bill to give us additional resources to solve the very problem that you say is urgent?” The GOP can't pass a bill on its own; the Senate is controlled by Dems.

Levin: Palin's Right On Impeachment

Breitbart TV

Mark Levin warned that John Boehner’s lawsuit, which stands a very good chance of being dismissed by the courts, could wind up emboldening Obama. Levin endorsed Palin's call for O's impeachment by saying she “stands with the framers.”

Obama Asks For $3.7 Billion For Illegal Aliens – GOP Leaders Flub Response

Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers’ failure to grasp that the Republicans’ end game should be getting the latest wave of illegal aliens promptly repatriated is bad enough, but what should really concern those interested in maintaining American sovereignty is Speaker Boehner’s comment that his working-group of seven Republicans on border issues would review the White House’s proposal.

Boehner to Obama: Good Chance for Amnesty Next Congress

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Speaker John Boehner reportedly told Obama that there would be a good chance of passing a comprehensive amnesty bill in the next Congress, which the GOP may control. 

Republicans Could Stop Obama From Sending Illegal Aliens To Your Community

The House can and should use the power of the purse to stop the release and the transportation of illegal aliens to your community, but until We the People rise up and demand it House leaders are unlikely to act. Sign our petition to demand that the House act to prohibit Obama from spending any money on transporting illegal aliens to the interior of the U.S.

Petition to Defend America's Borders

To:
Paul Ryan, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives
Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy
House Republican Whip Steve Scalise
House Appropriations Committee Chairman Hal Rogers
All members of U.S. House of Representatives Republican Conference

Petition to Defend America's Borders

Obama to GOP Critics: ‘So Sue Me’

Keith Lang, The Hill

Obama on Tues. defended his use of executive actions and dared critics to stop him as Repubs. weigh a legal challenge to his powers. "Middle-class families can't wait for Republicans in Congress to do stuff," Obama said. "So sue me.”

Amnesty Dead? Don’t Believe It

We are not ready to believe an amnesty bill is “dead” in the House until we see more "no amnesty Republicans" elected in November and the 113th Congress adjourns sine die.

Boehner: House Will Sue Obama

Russell Berman, The Hill

Speaker John Boehner on Weds. said he plans to sue Obama on behalf of the House over his frequent use of executive actions that Republicans believe are beyond his authority.

Will Left Join Right to Kill Ex-Im Bank?

You would think that killing the Ex-Im Bank and ending this blatant example of corporate welfare would be a no brainer for Democrats and liberals, like Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, but so far the Left is MIA in this important fight against cronyism and corporate welfare.

Could Kevin McCarthy Be A Great Majority Leader?

By Richard A. Viguerie, Author & CHQ Chairman

The number one thing conservatives have lacked in my 53 years of being involved in the conservative movement at the national level is strong, articulate, effective leadership. Kevin McCarthy has the right instincts and the right tools, if he would turn them toward the right target, and stand and fight for the conservative principles that brought him into the Republican Party he could be a great House Majority Leader.

Boehner to Stay On As Speaker?

Cristina Marcos, The Hill

With Eric Cantor no longer his heir apparent, John Boehner is now more likely to stay on as Speaker. Conservative Jeb Hensarling hasn't ruled out a bid for Speaker. But Other members doubt the conference will want to go through another round of tumultuous leadership elections.

Boehner Urges Obama to Act on Immigrant Kids

Washington Free Beacon Staff

“The policies of your administration have directly resulted in the belief by these immigrants that once they reach U.S. soil, they will be able to stay here indefinitely,” Boehner wrote. “There are several steps that we call on you to take immediately to enforce our laws, stem the tide of migrants, and protect the victims." 

Republican Leaders Are Boneless Wonders

In the House GOP leadership reorganization that will occur in the wake of Eric Cantor’s defeat conservatives don’t have to gain all the leadership positions to advance our agenda. What we need is at least one leader who will wake-up every morning thinking, “What are the four, five, six things I can do today to put the Democrats out of business?”

Kevin McCarthy is Much Worse Than Eric Cantor

Kevin McCarthy epitomizes all that’s wrong with Washington. McCarthy only votes with conservatives 42 percent of the time compared to 53 percent for Cantor. That's pathetic, dangerous, and the best possible reason to replace the entire House GOP leadership now.

VIGUERIE: BOEHNER WILL STEP DOWN BEFORE '15

Greg Corombos, WND

“In Dave Brat, we had a first-class candidate. We have a first-class candidate running against an incumbent in Mississippi, Chris McDaniel. I think he’s going to win. The VA & MS elections send a message to high-quality conservatives out there, ‘Let me take a chance against the king; it’s been done before with success."

How About Term Limits For Speaker?

The House leadership appears to many Americans to be a closed elite cut-off from the conservative grassroots of the Republican Party and impervious to calls for opening the leadership to younger leaders more representative of the limited government constitutional conservative base of the GOP.

House Repub. Leadership: Where are the Conservatives?

Rick Manning, The Hill

No conservative candidate has announced for the majority leader spot, & the alternative for whip, Steve Scalise, is just a Boehner cheerleader. After all the concerns about the direction that Boehner's team is taking the House, no one is rising up to the challenge now that the opportunity is present.