By Jay Sekulow
The left's outrage over the IRS turns to a plea to 'move on'
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
New Hampshire's embattled GOP chairman says he won't resign despite pressure to quit from top party leaders.
Virginia governor Bob McDonnell, widely considered to be on the short list for a vice-presidential pick next year, is slated to be the keynote speaker at the New Hampshire Republican Party's annual fundraiser Sept. 26 in Concord.
With some scathing words for his critics, Colorado Republican Party Chairman Dick Wadhams dropped his bid for a third term this week in the face of a challenge from state Sen. Ted Harvey, who said he aims to return "authentic conservative leadership to the party structure."
The tea party movement is mixing a strange political brew in famously independent New Hampshire, complicating the first-in-the-nation primary strategy for the growing number of Republican presidential hopefuls.
New Hampshire Republicans have settled on a tea party-style candidate to be their new leader.
At a press conference Thursday, Mr. Kimball stressed his tea party affiliation and blamed the rift on differences between the tea party and what he described as "the establishment."
Mr. Kimball said the request for his resignation "comes as quite a shock to me."