Jul
8

The Fate of the Republican Establishment
And Our Nation

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TruthThis article hits the nail on the head, concerning the 2016 GOP Presidential nominee and the future of politics. Will we be governed by the people or the Elites.

American Thinker: The Fate of the Republican Establishment
By Steve McCann

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Dec
8

Can the Left Launch Its Own Tea Party?
After the midterm debacle, liberal insurgents say it’s time to upend the Democratic Party.

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Senator-elect Bernie Sanders is interviewed by a Reuters reporter at Sanders' office in BurlingtonEven as they publicly condemn Tea Party Republicans as hostage-taking legislative thugs, the truth is that some Democrats are quietly jealous of them. Think of it: the Tea Party gang gets to intimidate party leaders, threaten legislation, block nominees, shut down the government and default on the debt if they don’t get their way. They cause major trouble.

Boy, does that sound good in the minds of the liberals.

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Feb
2

Contributions to Rove groups plummet after taking aim at Tea Party
Long Live the Tea Party

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If GOP consultant Karl Rove is trying to figure out why he’s struggling to rally support for his causes, maybe he should remember an old truth: that the Republican Party’s true strength is its conservative base.

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Jan
28

Thunderclap Twitter Project for SOTU response!

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State of the union ThunderclapAs you guys may know already, TPP will be doing a Thunderclap in response to the State of the Union.  It is scheduled to go out on Tuesday night at 10:00pm ET, which should insure that we get into the wave of post speech commentary.  The Thunderclap is already up and approved. Here is a link to it: https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/8340-obama-s-sotu

  To make this work, you must have a Twitter account. You will be asked to authorize the app which means you will need to be logged into Twitter or be able to log into Twitter.

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Dec
31

Harvard Prof: Tea Party Not Going Anywhere, More Likely to Win
Americans are getting fed up

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1e0116069fJohBSadA government and sociology professor at Harvard writes that the Tea Party is more likely than not to “win in the end” in an age when Americans are becoming more removed from Washington and distrusting the federal government and their elected officials.

Tea Party forces will still win in the end,” Theda Skocpol writes, unless moderate Republicans can defeat them. Skocpol concedes that the Tea Party “will triumph just by hanging on long enough” as Americans are getting fed up by “our blatantly manipulated democracy and our permanently hobbled government.”

The article, “Why The Tea Party Isn’t Going Anywhere,” was first published in the journal Democracy, and later reprinted in The Atlantic.

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Dec
30

2013 Year in Review: Tea Party Beats Washington

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Tea Party Is Here To StayThe past year has by far been the best for the Tea Party movement in its short history. In 2013, the five-year old conservative grassroots upsurge has grabbed Washington, D.C. by the collar, tearing the city colloquially known as “Boomtown” in a conservative direction for the first time in decades. As the Tea Party movement matures, it is getting more professional in its political activism.

The way the Tea Party won 2013 is by entrenching itself in Washington warfare and fighting for conservative victories by connecting powerful grassroots activists directly with lawmakers in decision-making positions. What has happened is the movement has matured, and learned how to manipulate the ways of Washington to promote conservative policies while defeating liberal ones.

In the short months after President Barack Obama’s re-election, a core group of conservative House Republicans–many of whom were elected in 2010 or 2012–developed a plan to attempt to unseat House Speaker John Boehner on the House floor. While the early January vote was ultimately unsuccessful, the 12 House conservatives willing to stand up to Speaker Boehner scared him as he began the 113th Congress.

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