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In primaries across the country, the war between the GOP establishment and the Tea Party ended not in a surrender but a truce.
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The Tea Party's favored candidate in Mississippi, Chris McDaniel, had a close defeat to six-term incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran in the Republican primary.
Rep. Steve Stockman announced Thursday that he's filed a resolution aiming to arrest Lois Lerner, the former IRS official at the center of the agency's targeting scandal.
It is rare that I see a senatorial candidate make such huge unchecked mistakes in a campaign leading up to a primary where there is real concern about his ability to survive a tea party opponent who has no money.
Sen. Lamar AlexanderA s primary challenger, Tennessee state Rep. Joe Carr, picked up another national Tea Party endorsement Thursday, the same day he released a new statewide radio ad.
A tea party member reaches for a pamphlet titled "The Impact of Obamacare", at a "Food for Free Minds Tea Party Rally" in Littleton, N.H, on Oct. 27, 2012.
A federal judge has ordered the IRS to explain "under oath" how the agency lost a trove of emails from the official at the heart of the Tea Party targeting scandal.
Chris McDaniel's campaign suggests there could be thousands of illegal ballots cast by people who also voted in the June 3 Democratic primary.
Preston Smith is an atheist progressive supporter of Hillary Clinton's incipient 2016 presidential campaign.
Missouri GOP Leader Ed Martin called on the National Republican Party leaders to investigate the Thad Cochran racist anti-Tea Party ads .
Democrats are injecting race into the 2014 midterm elections amid fears that a drop-off in minority voters could severely cost them at the polls this fall.
Last week we learned this Former GOP Governor Haley Barbour Was Behind Racist anti-Tea Party Pro-Cochran Ads in Mississippi The former governor's group paid for the racist radio ads.
The Washington Post's Greg Sargent has been plugging away diligently on the immigration politics beat, and he reports this morning on the internal discussions Democrats are having with regard to the scope and political impact of President Obama's forthcoming executive actions on immigration.
The Washington state native will be accompanied by two Tea Party leaders in Congress, Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, and Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas.
New polling by Impact Management , a Little Rock consulting firm led by former Arkansas Republican Party officials, has polled statewide issues and found a 47-43 edge for Tom Cotton over Mark Pryo r in the race for Senate, with 10 percent undecided; a tilt toward generic Republican congressional candidates, and a decided disaffection for ... (more)
The remaining half dozen people who still listen to KCMO 710 tell us that Kansas City Talker Gregg Knapp is pretty good so this recent attack on his ethics is rather unfortunate.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 06:42 am
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