3 hrs ago | National Public Radio
Lois Lerner, head of the IRS unit that decides whether to grant tax-exempt status to groups, leaves a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing in May. Lois Lerner, head of the IRS unit that decides whether to grant tax-exempt status to groups, leaves a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing in May. Hundreds of pages ... (more)
3 hrs ago | The Buckingham Post
Representative Michele Bachmann, the Minnesota Republican whose status as the leading Tea Party voice in Congress has faded in the wake of a widening investigation into her campaign spending, announced that she would not seek re-election in 2014.
4 hrs ago | Breitbart.com
Monday, CNN released a poll showing that a full 50% of Americans no longer trust President Obama.
4 hrs ago | Breitbart.com
On Wednesday, at two rallies bracketing the Capitol, Tea Party and conservative activists will again take center-stage on two issues dominating the national political dialogue.
4 hrs ago | Slate
Last night, on The O'Reilly Factor , Fox News' most beloved host asked House Oversight dragonslayer Trey Gowdy about the latest in the IRS story.
5 hrs ago | Michigan Radio
Tea Party activists are threatening to put up primary challengers against Republican lawmakers who vote to expand Medicaid in Michigan.
9 hrs ago | Washington Times
It portends to be a fierce demonstration, as in days of yore: The Tea Party Patriots will assemble at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday for an "Audit the IRS" rally in support of conservative groups that were subject to some uncomfortable scrutiny by the federal agency in recent years.
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Yet another Tea Party group has come out publicly against the "Gang of Eight" immigration bill, as TheTeaParty.net has announced its opposition to the legislation and published online an alternative plan for immigration reform.
Fox News Channel anchor Megyn Kelly and conservative columnist Michelle Malkin tore into CBS News anchor Scott Pelley and his network over a number of issues, including a recent interview in which Pelley dismissed all of cable news and significantly underestimated Fox News Channel's ratings.
Over the weekend, USA Today reported on revelations that an agency executive in D.C. admitted to reviewing Tea Party applications.
Embattled IRS official Holly Paz is believed to have been fired from the scandal-ridden agency, indicating that the growing IRS scandal could end up implicating more IRS agents than previously thought.
Sarah Palin wants Republicans in Congress to let Sen. Ted Cruz have his say. In Palin's first appearance back on Fox News on Monday, there was a bit of Tea Party love traded between the former Alaska governor In Palin's first appearance back on Fox News on Monday, there was a bit of Tea Party love traded between the former Alaska governor and the ... (more)
Either CNN's Tom Cohen, his headline and subheadline writers, or both thought it was a bit over the top to describe the IRS's targeting of Tea Party, conservative, and religious groups as a "forgotten scandal" in a Friday story .
For many years, the networks have done a sloppy job of comparing "conservatives" around the globe.
When front-line tax agents in Cincinnati used the term 'tea party,' they didn't just mean conservative groups.
On Saturday, CBS News reported on the elections in Iran - by comparing the mullahs to the Tea Party.