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29 min ago | Salt Lake Tribune
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.
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4 hrs ago | National Public Radio
Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell is more than a little aggravated with the Senate Conservatives Fund, and who can blame him.
The Grand Hyatt in downtown DC is like any other hotel designed to host conventions - huge and as inoffensive as possible.
The Democrats are freaking out about the Obamacare rollout, and Republicans are loving it.
A new super PAC seeks to bolster moderate Republicans in a number of House and Senate races where ultra-conservative groups are threatening to snap up Republican nominations.
In this June 19, 2013, file photo, Tea Party activists rallying in front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington.
Dec. 04--Three years ahead of the presidential race, Republican Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey has carved a considerably more favorable impression among California voters than four other possible GOP contenders, according to a new Field Poll.
Despite this week's wave of evidently good news on Obamacare - costs lower than expected, a million people visiting an upgraded website, an Administration touting its widespread benefits - the Socialist nightmare that is affordable health care remains, in a singularly pathological phenomenon, a bugaboo for many on the right wing.
It might seem like another day in Tea Party Land when a conservative columnist accuses President Barack Obama's White House of "airbrushing history" like the Stalin-era Soviet Union.
If you believe what one local Tea Party group says then they might very well have been singled out by Republicans in Brazoria County.
Remember the good old days when things were bad? Those days when God was in his heaven and Ronald Reagan was in the Oval Office? Back in the day when catsup was a vegetable.
With the Obama administration still under fire for scandalously abusing the IRS to target conservative and TEA Party organizations, a Democrat-led District Attorney's office in Wisconsin is making headlines nationwide for a controversial secret investigation -- a so-called "fishing expedition," according to some critics -- of political forces that ... (more)
It's not nearly as ample as Greg Abbott's. 20 million at last count. But it looks like Cornyn will have dig into that 6.9 million dollar campaign war chest he's amassed.
A new proposal from the IRS aims to limit the political activities of 501 nonprofits.
The former VP nominee is working hard, but a bipartisan pact could wreck his standing with 2016 GOP primary voters Depending on your faith in the possibility of bipartisan cooperation in the Tea Party era, Congress is either close to a mini-budget deal that would keep the government open and ease the sequester cuts before the end of the year, or it ... (more)
The race for Senate between incumbent Sen. Mark Pryor and challenger U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton has national implications for the makeup of the Senate, as Republicans believe Arkansas is one of their best shots at picking up a new seat.