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2 hrs ago | Peach Pundit
"Politics makes for strange bedfellows." In what could be one of the more interesting headlines you will come across this election cycle, it seems like the Georgia Libertarian Party is trying hard to woo the Tea Party its way this November.
2 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
The Tea Party Patriots group is criticizing former House majority leader Eric Cantor for accepting a new lucrative job on Wall Street.
6 hrs ago | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph
Norm Ornstein is one of those Washington "centrist" lifers whom the commentariat loves to deploy against the hard-line partisans allegedly fouling our national discourse.
Cantor, who was defeated in June by a Tea Party challenger in a Republican primary election, will provide strategic counsel to the company's corporate and institutional clients on key issues, Moelis said.
As the 2014 primary election season draws to a close, it is apparent that voters have rejected the vast majority of Tea Party candidates in favor of traditional Republicans.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz took a swipe at President Barack Obama's foreign policy decisions in a speech on Saturday at conservative think tank Americans for Prosperity's Defending the American Dream summit in Dallas.
The excitement is building. Only a few more weeks until the long-awaited mid-term elections, which Republicans hope will mean they take over the Senate and smite President Obama even harder.
Check out this YouTube video of Denver Post political editor Chuck Plunkett leaving no doubt that he carries a strong bias toward conservatives and Tea Party ideals.
The former Massachusetts governor has run and lost two bids for the White House - in the 2008 Republican primaries and again in the 2012 general election.
Rep. Paul Ryan was in town last week, and he did a round of interviews on talk radio shows, hoping to find a audience hungry for his new book, which essentially explains how the Tea Party can grab actual control of things, instead of just throwing wrenches and, ultimately, losing again.
Editor's note: The Moral Mondays movement began as a grassroots response to North Carolina's rightward lurch after Republicans won complete control of the state's government for the first time since 1870.
In the final days before Tuesday's election, voters in Florida House District 31 got campaign mail aimed at thwarting 23-year-old Jennifer Sullivan, who had surged past her much older and better-financed opponents.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry was among the speakers Friday at a gathering in Dallas sponsored by Americans for Prosperity, a group affiliated with GOP donors Charles and David Koch.
Unlike his mentor, Bill Weld, who didn't sweat the details, Baker tackles them like Vince Wilfork grabbing hold of a running back.
This was written in the spring of 2012 - The names have changed, but the sentiments are worth running up the flag pole again.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 10:39 am
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