Monday, February 27, 2012

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Reid: Republicans pandering to Tea Party on immigration
Las Vegas Sun
By Anjeanette Damon (contact) Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., accused Republicans of "harshness, bitterness, meanness" and of "catering to the Tea Party" in their approach to immigration policy during a conference call Monday.
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Tea Party leader says he resigned because group got too close to the GOP
The Hill (blog)
By Jonathan Easley - 02/27/12 05:23 PM ET Mark Meckler, co-founder and former national coordinator for the Tea Party Patriots, said he resigned last week because the group had become too closely associated with Republican Party.
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Happy third birthday, Tea Party!
The Guardian (blog)
Would you believe the Tea Party is three years old today? Happy birthday, Tea Party! Here's our look at the five highs and five lows in the birthday animal's young life: The beginning: The Tea Party movement kicks off with a bang on 27 February 2009 ...
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The Guardian (blog)
Tea Party says they are "not dead"
(WTNH) - One Connecticut Tea Party member said Monday "we are not dead;" after an initial year of rallies and other activities in 2009 there's been a year of relative quiet where the Tea Party is concerned. Organizers say it was three years ago Monday ...
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CT Tea Party Tackles More Than Taxes
CT Newsjunkie
by Hugh McQuaid | Feb 27, 2012 2:58pm The Connecticut Tea Party movement changed course and ventured into the realm of social issues Monday at a rally commemorating the third anniversary of its formation. Taking a cue from the Republican presidential ...
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Tea Party marking anniversary with 'We're All Catholics Now' rally
Norwich Bulletin
By JAMES MOSHER Connecticut Tea Party activists are marking the third anniversary of their first statewide rally with a rally today (Monday) in Hartford. The rally is slated to run from 11 am to 1 pm in front of the state Supreme Court, 231 Capitol Ave ...
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Tea party in Texas is still alive and well
Midland Reporter-Telegram
They just won't go away, these tea party-types, so intent on reclaiming their government. The tea party movement's political obituary was written before the birth announcement was printed. Yet, they keep getting stronger, freshly influencing politics ...
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'Tea party' supporters give American Family Association leader Glenn the nod ...
Livingston Daily
The Brighton TEA Party will hold a meet-and-greet event with Randy Hekman and Chuck Marino from 6:30-8:30 pm today at the American Spirit Centre, 10590 Grand River Ave. in Brighton Township. Gary Glenn will meet with the Brighton Senior Men's Club at ...
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Blogs5 new results for "Tea Party"
Texas Senate Race: Tea Party vs. Establishment Ground Zero ...
By Ted Cruz (Diary)
From the diaries. The U.S. Senate race in Texas presents a stark contrast between a strong conservative fighter vs. a timid, career politician. The stakes.
HAPPY THIRD ANNIVERSARY to the Tea Party movement. - PJ Media
By Glenn Reynolds
February 27, 2012. HAPPY THIRD ANNIVERSARY to the Tea Party movement. Here's something I wrote back when it was new. Posted by Glenn Reynolds at 12:51 pm. Tweet · RSS Feed · Podcast RSS Feed · Email Instapundit. Sic gorgiamus ...
CT Tea Party Movement Celebrates its Anniversary with a Rally ...
By Daniela Altimari
While the tea party movement nationally is focused primarily on fiscal matters, the Connecticut rally was joined by social conservatives. Peter Wolfgang, head of the Family Institutete of Connecticut, said the federal government's recent policy ...
Capitol Watch
The Tea Party and #Occupy Wall St. Team Up to Fight Keystone XL ...
By Brian Merchant
The two movements find common ground to fight the massive oil sands pipeline.
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IRS goes after local chapters of Tea Party « The Greenroom
By Howard Portnoy
You may recall that back in November, the Richmond Tea Party, recognizing that the then-burgeoning Occupy movement was getting a free ride from the city, sent an invoice to the mayor asking him to reimburse the costs they incurred ...
The Greenroom

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