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Latest Tea Party Items
A new study shows that opponents of President Barack Obama's health care plan clearly beat supporters in getting their message across through the media.
Tea party lawmakers from rural areas were among those fighting the hardest to preserve taxpayer subsidies for airline flights to and from small towns last year after senior Republicans tried to eliminate the oft-criticized program.
Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II threw his support behind George Allen Wednesday after Mr. Allen's decisive victory over three challengers in Tuesday's GOP U.S. Senate primary.
Polls, pundits and the press all see Tuesday's Republican Senate primary is little more than a partisan coronation for former Sen. George Allen.
The liberal leftists stormed, occupied and trashed the courthouse and the Democrats ran from the state and hid ("Walker, GOP win big in Wis. recall races," Web, Tuesday). The TV talking-head liberals had believed the recall vote was a beginning to a November re-election win for their leader, President Obama, and a death knell for the Tea Party.
Wisconsin gave Gov. Scott Walker a renewed lease Tuesday, voting to keep the Republican in office in a recall election that amounted to an embrace of his union-busting, government-trimming agenda in this traditionally Democratic-leaning state.
The 10th Amendment, the amendment supposedly reserving for the states all powers not explicitly granted to the federal government, gets a lot of rhetorical love on the campaign trail.
Reports of the Tea Party's death have been exaggerated greatly. Oh sure, Harry Reid may say it's dead, and he clearly wishes it were so. The upset victory of Richard Mourdock in Indiana indicates the Tea Party is alive and well.
President Obama is in full campaign mode, so any job-creating proposals that even slightly offend any of the naive sensitivities of the far left will be stonewalled until "after the election." At that point, they will be hurled to the bottom of a pile of a multiplicity of other solutions that have been recommended to actually spur economic growth in this country (see any of the budgets that have passed the House).