Tuesday, May 15, 2012

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Both establishment and tea party could lose in Nebraska
Washington Post (blog)
(Jeff Beiermann, AP) Fischer's win would certainly be an upset — she's run a meagerly funded campaign and barely registered in the polls for most of the race — but it doesn't exactly fit the tea party bill. And the idea that Republicans are enduring ...
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Nebraska's GOP Senate primary: another tea party surprise?
Christian Science Monitor
Instead, this race – along with some other states' primaries this year – has become a battleground showcasing schisms in the Republican Party, including among tea party activists. And now, the surge of momentum seems to be going to an unlikely ...
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Christian Science Monitor
Club for Growth: 'Tea party' class of 2010 no different than predecessors
Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)
Among the sinners called out was "tea party star" Allen West, who received "an anemic 64 percent" for voting for raising the debt ceiling and against spending cuts. Georgia's two freshmen, Auston Scott of Tifton and Rob Woodall of Lawrenceville, ...
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Tea party frosh: More talk than action
Politico (blog)
By KATE NOCERA | Republican freshmen who swept into Congress on the 2010 tea party wave may not be "tea party" enough. The Club for Growth is out with a new report that finds many of the freshmen aren't living up to their anti-spending promises.
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GOP freshmen = weak tea
Washington Post (blog)
Surprise, surprise: The Republican freshman class isn't as tea party-friendly as you might think. We've written before on this blog about how the tea party label has been misappropriated to cover all kinds of Republicans who won in 2010.
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Tea party recipes to complete a day of elegance
Plain Dealer
My nieces and nephews always help me prepare for the tea party, and they especially enjoy placing the strawberries in the cupcake batter." Preliminaries: Heat oven according to package directions. Place liners in cupcake pans.
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Plain Dealer
Tea party planner
Plain Dealer
By Laura DeMarco, The Plain Dealer How to throw a tea party fit for a princess or fairy or American Girl or . . . Princess: Ever popular with the pre-K and early primary-school sets. Think lots of tiaras, crowns, pink and frills.
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Nebraska Primary: Will the Tea Party make it possible for the Democrats to ...
Red, Green, and Blue
They got a reprieve from the Tea Party – which backed such extreme candidates in Delaware, Nevada and Colorado that they managed to shoot themselves in the proverbial foot. Now, in 2012, it looks like the same scenario is playing out again.
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Tea Party Takeover
National Journal
Lugar's landslide loss is a sign of the maturation of the tea party, a loosely defined confederation of conservative activists in 2010 who have banded together and threaten to have a defining impact in 2012. Because they're not conducting mass protests ...
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Blogs4 new results for "Tea Party"
Gary Stein, Discharged Tea Party Marine, Takes A Birther Turn
By The Huffington Post News Editors
Gary Stein, the former Marine discharged for critical comments he made about President Barack Obama on his Tea Party-affiliated Facebook page, is now creating more controversy on the same social network. This time, he appears to have ...
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Will Gay Marriage or the Tea Party Have a Bigger Impact in 2012 ...
By Brad Jackson (Diary)
Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Aaron Blake to discuss.
The PJ Tatler » Reid: Tea Party is Driving the GOP 'Over a Cliff'
By Bridget Johnson
Brushing off Republicans' "ridiculous budgets" that will come up for a Senate vote later this week, Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) told reporters today that the only way Democrats will agree to a budget is if Republicans move to their side.
The PJ Tatler
Group says GOP freshmen aren't "tea party enough" | In Session
By Elizabeth Bewley
Their voting records may have won Republican Reps. Diane Black and Stephen Fincher the joint title of most conservative House members earlier this year, but they still aren't conservative enough for the tea party organization the Club for ...
In Session

Web1 new result for "Tea Party"
For Tea Party, Focus Turns to Senate and Shake-Up - NYTimes.com
Tea Party-backed Republican candidates for the Senate are looking to infuse the upper chamber with the deep-seated conservatism that is present in the ...

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