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2 hrs ago | The Raw Story
In her remarks to the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference, Rep. Michele Bachmann told the assembled crowd that the Tea Party and conservative movements will triumph over progressivism because of the right's unstoppable intellectual firepower.
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6 hrs ago | Fox News
The Tea Party's fearlessly proclaimed at the start the 2014 election season that it remains an enduring political force, but a couple of losses in early GOP primaries raises more speculation about the future of the movement.
11 hrs ago | Albany Times Union
The Conservative Political Action Conference's version of it came courtesy of the Tea Party Express, which Photoshopped a bunch of attendees here into one conservative star-studded selfie.
15 hrs ago | CBS Local
Mark Fisher makes no apologies for being a tea party member or for his belief in a minimalist government even while running for office in a state where many Republicans prefer to stay closer to the political center.
19 hrs ago | Roll Call
Much of the attention surrounding the Conservative Political Action Conference is understandably focused on the plethora of Republicans here who may be running for president at this time next year.
In St. Petersburg this afternoon, Congresswoman Kathy Castor said she understood how the Wall Street bailout in 2008, followed by the federal stimulus plan in 2009, was such a shock to the economic system for so many Americans that it fed the fuel for the creation of the Tea Party.
It's only been done once since the Civil War, but that isn't stopping J.D. Winteregg.
During its five-year lifetime, the Tea Party has lost some of its original focus on national spending and national debt.
Tea party Sen. Mike Lee has set up a potential intramural confrontation with GOP establishment by endorsing Greg Brannon in the North Carolina Senate race against embattled Democratic incumbent Kay Hagan.
The IRS targeting scandal may have faded from the headlines of major newspapers, but Tea Party groups renewed their battle cry against the tax agency on Thursday as the Conservative Political Action Conference got underway.
Yesterday, Cato Institute senior fellow Michael Tanner made the case at National Review Online that the Tea Party is waning.
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Tea party activists attend a rally on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol in Washington.
They arrived in January of 2011, unfamiliar with the ways of Washington, and promising never to adapt.
Not long after starting work at the Marine Biological Laboratory, Mark Alliegro's wife was opening a surf clam for the couple's research when someone walked inside the Marine Resources Center and cracked a joke.
Five years ago, Americans in cities across the country gathered with a collective rallying cry -- we are Taxed Enough Already.