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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.
Like kissing the ring of a mafia don, a Republican who wants to run for president has to speak at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference .
One of the reasons the DISCLOSE Act - legislation designed to squelch 501 political speech in and around election time - was defeated in 2010 was the presence of carve-outs written into the bill to exempt favored special interests.
Democrats today launched their first campaign attack on John Katko, only days after he received the Republican and Conservative Party endorsements in the 24th Congressional District.
Dressed as a patriot, Tea Party activist William Temple stands for the Pledge of Allegiance at the Conservative Political Action Conference at National Harbor, MD., March 14, 2013.
As the Tea Party celebrates its five-year anniversary, many commentators are asking whether the grassroots anti-Big Government movement is still relevant.
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In the weeks leading up to Tuesday's primary, there was a lot of chatter about how the Tea Party was losing its grip on Texas .
When polls closed in Texas tonight, our opponent was clear: Tea Party favorite Donna Campbell backed by the entire Koch Industrial-Political apparatus.
Republican Senate candidate Chris McDaniel and his Tea Party supporters faulted Sen. Thad Cochran, R-Miss., for fundraising with the Podesta Group, a powerful lobbying shop with ties to President Obama.
Appearing on Hugh Hewitt's radio show on Monday, MSNBC host Joy Reid repeatedly refused to characterize either Russian president Vladimir Putin or Syrian president Bashar al-Assad as "evil."