Joe Miller takes reins at tea party PAC
The tea party movement is “going to be bigger – not much question about that,” he says.
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Rand Paul for president?
(CNN) – Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky said he will “think about” running for president in 2012 if his…
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Ahead of the US midterm elections, Fault Lines presenter Avi Lewis travels to Nevada and Florida — two states gripped by political division and economic uncertainty.
Hit-run driver sought Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a hit-and-run driver who struck and injured a 4-year-old boy in the Northeast yesterday morning.
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NPR Chief Executive Vivian Schiller resigns amid ‘tea party’ controversy
NPR’s chief executive, Vivian Schiller, has resigned after an outgoing NPR executive disparaged the “tea party” political movement, the public broadcaster announced on Wednesday.
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NPR executive resigns over hidden camera video
WASHINGTON (AP) — A hidden-camera video of an NPR executive calling the tea party racist and saying the network would be better off without federal money has led to that executive’s immediate resignation.
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NPR Woes: CEO Resigns In Wake Of Guerilla Video
Vivian Schiller quit today , the day after a clandestine video surfaced that showed NPR executives criticizing the Tea Party, conservative Republicans and the uneducated masses who don’t listen to public radio. NPR is reporting that she may have been forced out . No kidding. This latest controversy comes as Republican calls to eliminate NPR’s $90 million annual federal subsidy grow louder.
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