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2 hrs ago | The Hill
Rep. Mike Simpson is out with his first TV ad, blasting Tea Party opponent Bryan Smith as a "personal injury lawyer" and touting his conservative credentials.
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6 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Congressman Darrell Issa , Chairman of the House Oversight Committee , just released a 140+ page report on the IRS' targeting of conservative Christian and Tea Party groups.
10 hrs ago | MyHighPlains.com
It might be tempting to romanticize the Tea Party as something distinct from the Republican Party, but poll data suggests that Tea Party voters would support using government power to enact unquestionably conservative policies.
12 hrs ago | The Press-Enterprise
Author and commentator Ann Coulter, loved by the right and hated by the left for her outspoken, unapologetic take on liberals, is coming to the Inland Empire.
It's on! Ostensible allies for the last couple years, U.S. Sens. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul have commenced the battle for the unofficial title of conservative front-runner.
Helicopter parenting is creating a new breed of college freshmen university deans call "Teacups" - young people who are so fragile they break down, crack, anytime something doesn't go their way.
You know you're running with the conservative pack when you choose to bash the TEA Party in the New York Times.
At the UK Independence Party's recent national convention Torquay, England, vendors sell tote bags printed with leader Nigel Farage's face in bright purple ink.
Gays are bullying Americans, the congresswoman says. That's not even the wildest claim she's made in the last 12 months.
During the March 5, 2014 House Oversight Committee hearing, former IRS official Lois Lerner invoked the Fifth Amendment...again.
Last week's GOP primary showed the continued strength of the Tea Party in Texas.
And yesterday , the conservative talk show hosts were hit with a barrage of blow back from rank and file Republicans angry over Senator McConnell's comments.
It's an oddly lefty movement, looking to push change from the outside. Why can't liberals build anything like it? The left has spilled pages of ink and innumerable pixels wondering why the middle class votes against its interests, debating the effect of the Democratic Leadership Council, and which candidate would be the best presidential contender ... (more)
Lots of people in the Republican party are fed up with Sen. Ted Cruz, but Sen. Rand Paul is the guy who is doing something about it.
Since that movement's peak in 2010, the sentiment of those original voters - a pretty even split of Republicans, Democrats and independents - has been hijacked by every political circus-barker able to buy a domain name that includes such key words as "freedom," "liberty," "warrior," "conservative" or "tea party."
It's with mixed reviews that the Tea Party is celebrating the fifth anniversary of its emergence onto the nation's political scene.