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The unfolding drama in the Nevada desert over a deadbeat cattle rancher's refusal to pay customary grazing fees like every other rancher, continues to excite the Tea Party pseudo-patriots who believe that threatening a range war in defense of personal greed is a mark of virtue.
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Bob Spudie of Perrysburg holds his sign up as he joins other area residents at the Northwest Ohio Tax Day Tea Party Rally at Hood Park in Perrysburg.
Kremer has held the position since the summer of 2009, and has been involved with the group since its inception earlier that year.
Tea party conservatives who are angry at establishment Republicans for allowing the GOP to be "hijacked" need to "take our party back," longtime conservative advocate Richard Viguerie says.
Florida District 19 Congressional candidate Curt Clawson speaks at a Tea Party Express rally behind the Estero Community Park rec center on Saturday, April 18, 2014.
All my life, I've heard that liberals are against authority and that they love nothing more than sticking it to the man.
Former state Rep. Mark Shelton and Tea Party favorite Konni Burton are vying in a Republican runoff election for the state Senate seat left open by Wendy Davis.
History suggests that this election year should be friendly to Republicans. That's because Republicans are more likely to turn out in mid-term elections than Democrats, and the party out of the White House, especially in a president's second term, tends to have an advantage.
Liberals, as the tired conservative slander goes, hate America. This, of course, is nonsense.
Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., has endorsed businessman Curt Clawson with days to go in the Republican primary race to replace former Florida Rep. Trey Radel.
"They want to throw us in jail," says Tea Party Patriots leader Jenny Beth Martin about the latest bombshell news of the IRS' targeting of the Tea Party movement.
Amy Kremer, the Tea Party Express chairman who's played a major role in elections for the past five years, is resigning.
Amy Kremer, the chairman of the Tea Party Express who's played a major role in elections since 2009, is resigning, she announced Friday.
Americans have the Tea Party, which isn't a party at all, but British establishmentarians are worried about a similar movement that is an actual party.
A Republican Senate candidate from North Carolina appears to have plagiarized the "on the issues" section of his campaign site from Republican Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan, and his "issue" posts on Facebook are near-direct copies of articles by scholars from the conservative think-tank the Cato Institute.
It was a complete shock when I receive a message from the National office of Tea Party Patriots asking me to come to Washington DC to speak at the "FIVE YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE TEA PARTY MOVEMENT."