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Tea Party to Support GOP Candidate

June 5, 2011

Since the Tea Party is an amorphous but dedicated group of deficit and debt reduction hawks bent on reducing the size of government in our daily lives, they are a political movement to be reckoned with — they are conservative, but not Republican. 2010 does not happen without them and they continue to be where [...]

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Nevada Tea Party Founded by Wackos

February 15, 2010

Looks like the third party organization known as the Nevada Tea Party may in fact be made up of a bunch of wackos.  Confederate Yankee has uncovered details about the signatories to the NTP filing with the Nevada Secretary of State, and it appears that they are made up of wacko conspiracy theorists, not genuine [...]

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Tea Party Making a Mistake in Nevada

February 14, 2010

The Tea Party movement in Nevada is on the verge of making a big mistake by chartering itself as a third party and planning to field a candidate for Senate this November.  If they gain any traction, it could very well end up with the re-election of Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV), who currently looks very [...]

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The Case Against Third Party Politics

December 8, 2009

Since the start of the Tea Party movement, talk of a Conservative third party has peculated on Twitter, around the blogosphere, and even making it into news punditry, advocated by such media heavyweights as Glenn Beck, Bill O’Reilly, and Lou Dobbs.  While the idea of a ideological Conservative party seems like a good one intuitively, [...]

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Chris Christie Snatching Defeat from the Jaws of Victory

October 11, 2009

The darkening days of Fall portend dark days politically for Chris Christie and Republicans across the the People’s State of New Jersey.  His 14-point lead over incumbent Democrat failure Jon Corzine has diminished to a margin-of-error polling situation.  Why?  As Peter Ferrara writes Christie has run a “content-free campaign” and echoes the Wall Street Journal‘s [...]

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