Jamie Radtke of the Virginia Tea Party Patriots lives in Chesterfield County. An analysis piece on Page A1 on Sunday incorrectly stated her county of residence.
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Cenk Uygur (host of The Young Turks) hosting MSNBC Live talks to Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY) on if Democrats have any chance of finding common ground with the newly elected Tea Party members in Congress.
Pat Buchanan: The Tea Party’s winning hand
Tea Partiers are not single-issue voters, and they are not motivated by pocketbook issues alone. They have seen the America they grew up in virtually vanish.
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Southern Tea Party is Sunday
Coast women will have a chance to get a little wild this weekend — for a good cause, of course.
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Finger Eleven: Can-Rock’s Unlikely Sole Survivors
Matthew Good Band are done. The Tea Party have met a fate worse than death — working with Scott Stapp before fading into oblivion. I Mother Earth? History. Moist, Age Of Electric, Treble Charger? Wiped from the face of the Earth. And while we’re at it, what the hell is a Zuckerbaby?
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Tea partiers want Meis to resign
The president of a local tea party organization has asked Mesa County Commissioner Craig Meis to resign after a report that Meis raised his elected position in an unsuccessful effort to avoid receiving a boating ticket this past summer. In an e-mail sent to tea party supporters, local media and others Sunday, Tim Fenwick, president of the GJResult board of directors, alleged Meis’ actions “show …
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Sarah Palin says she could beat Barack Obama in 2012
Conservative Tea Party favourite Sarah Palin said on Wednesday she could beat President Barack Obama in a race for the White House amid growing speculation she will run for the presidency in 2012.
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N.J. court rejects recall of U.S. Sen. Menendez
New Jersey’s Supreme Court says a tea-party group can’t continue with its effort to recall U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez.
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More unedited and befuddled teabaggers at the Cleveland Tea Party, April 15, 2009.
Rand Paul: Compromise on Spending, Not Taxes
Tea Party Senator-Elect Wants to Cut Gov’t, Reduce Federal Workforce by 10%, But Would Not Compromise on Tax Breaks
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