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2 min ago | Free Republic
Though set to retire from the U.S. House after her term expires at the end of this year, Michele Bachmann may not be done with electoral politics.
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4 hrs ago | News Max
Although the stunning upset win by political newcomer David Perdue in the Republican runoff for the Senate was the big news from Georgia on Tuesday night, the tea party also had a night to remember in the Peach State.
5 hrs ago | Mississippi Business Journal
The McDaniel campaign may yet have their day in court to plead foul play in Mississippi's Republican Primary, but that seems an unlikely route for Chris McDaniel to have the chance to represent the people of Mississippi in the United States Senate.
Talk radio show host Laura Ingraham skewered Sen. Lamar Alexander during a rally this evening in support of his primary challenger Joe Carr, comparing him to an "old sweater" that had become full of moths, with faded colors.
Minister Jody Hice has defeated businessman Mike Collins in the Republican runoff to replace Rep. Paul Broun , a win that will likely cause headaches for House Republican leadership.
College-educated supporters of the tea party might change their political tune if they mingled more with those less educated than themselves.
A fracking crew member watches over water tanks at an Anadarko Petroleum Corp. site near Brighton in May. Fracking has spurred hot debate amid Colorado's energy boom.
Today, the Jay Fant Campaign announced the support of a number of Jacksonville area Tea Party members and the formation of a Tea Party Coalition consisting of those who are passionate about limiting the size of government and have been active in the Tea Party movement since its beginning.
Editorial page writer Allysia Finley on the Rocky Mountain's state rejection of a tax hike to fund education programs.
It's no secret Gov. Rick Perry needs to put down his political foot when it comes to illegal immigration in his home state.
Tennessee's Lamar Alexander is one of a number of incumbent Republican senators caught in the cross hairs of Tea Party groups, taking on several challengers in next month's GOP primary.
A senior analyst for the conservative Center for Immigration Studies expressed support for the idea of not only impeaching President Barack Obama during a speech to a Florida Tea Party group, but also for his public execution, Right Wing Watch reported.
Kent, OH - Tom Zawistowski, Executive Director of the Portage County TEA Party, reacted angrily to Ohio Senator Rob Portman's claims in a Cleveland Plain Dealer article this week that he had no idea that the $25,000 from his PAC would be used by the Thad Cochran Campaign in Mississippi to air racially charged attacks on the TEA Party.
You remember what happened last time. The would-be Missouri senator torpedoed his campaign two years ago after suggesting in a TV interview that if a woman is a victim of "legitimate rape," she is unlikely to get pregnant because her body "has ways to try to shut that whole thing down."
Easily the most interesting and watched state Senate primary outside of Southeast Michigan is one taking place among the cherry trees in northern Michigan.
The national debate over the steady stream of immigrant children coming into the United States from Central America spilled into the streets of Eastern Idaho Saturday, as competing rallies stood toe-to-toe.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 01:18 pm
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