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1 hr ago | Salt Lake Tribune
If you can't find any interesting comedies in the movie listings and the circus isn't in town, you might want to attend a Davis School Board meeting.
Is increasing income inequality a bad thing for America?
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3 hrs ago | GPB.org
Get ready for a bruising GOP primary battle in Mississippi. Sen. Thad Cochran, R-Miss., said Friday he will seek a seventh term in 2014, setting the stage for a contentious contest that pits the Republican establishment against the Tea Party wing.
4 hrs ago | Mediaite.com
Democrats have justifiably rejoiced in the divisions within the Republican Party which hamper its ability to speak with one voice and act with unity of purpose.
4 hrs ago | The Hill
The endorsement will give Daines some clout among conservatives in the GOP primary, where he faces state Rep. Champ Edmunds and air traffic manager David Leaser.
4 hrs ago | News Max
A campaign by a leading tea party group is underway to convince former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to run for Senate, believing she's the GOP's best chance of unseating incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Begich in the midterm elections next year.
6 hrs ago | NewsBusters.org
On Monday Rep. Darrell Issa, the chairman of the Oversight Committee investigating the IRS's targeting of the Tea Party, made a stunning claim that the FBI was stonewalling his investigation.
6 hrs ago | News Max
The Club for Growth has warned that efforts by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to elect establishment Republicans against tea party candidates could ultimately backfire for the GOP at the ballot box.
6 hrs ago | Lucianne.com
Washington - Thad Cochran, a Mississippi Republican who was first elected to the Senate in 1978, set up a generational and ideological clash in the state's Republican primary when he announced Friday that he would seek a seventh term in 2014.
7 hrs ago | ThinkProgress
Speaking at the conservative American Legislative Exchange Council on Thursday, Sen. Ted Cruz embraced the oddly common view among Tea Partiers that American voters should not be allowed to choose their own senators .
11 hrs ago | Yahoo!
Throughout much of the postwar era, the national political system was the opposite of what it is today: Democrats had a virtual lock on Congress while Republicans dominated the presidency.
Former South African President, anti-apartheid "icon," and African National Congress saber-rattler Nelson Mandela died today.
The bizarre future world of Katniss and Peeta is an American conservative's fantasy-a big federal government that squashes individual will.
MINOR DETAIL: NO TEA PARTY GROUP HAS YET BEEN CONTACTED BY THE FBI; STRANGE INVESTIGATION.
The publication late last month of Pope Francis 's first papal exhortation - Evangelii Gaudium , or "Joy of the Gospels" - raised the hackles of some American conservatives, many of whom view the Pontiff's call for universal justice and tolerance as ceding ground in the culture wars they have fought so hard to prosecute.
U.S. Senate candidate Greg Brannon is preparing to launch a "money bomb" to coincide with the 240th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party.
New rules proposed by the IRS that ban tax-exempt groups from political activities would trample free-speech rights and allow the agency to continue harassing opponents of the Obama administration, say groups already targeted by the IRS.
WASHINGTON , December 5, 2013 2014 is shaping up as an epic battle for the Tea Party.
The Sacramento-based Tea Party Express hailed the Republican senator for standing his ground and steadfastly defending conservative principles in helping lead the fight in October against funding for the Affordable Care Act.