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A Closer Look at Tea-Party Influence on the GOP
blogs.wsj.com
Jeff Horwitt: While more mainstream Republicans did well in Tuesday's primaries, tea-party supporters still have sway over the GOP -- and many Republican incumbents and candidates are embracing tea-party principles. This could be significant in November. [...]
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Obama: GOP “€˜shouldn’€™t be running either chamber”
thehill.com
Obama attended his 5th fundraiser in 24 hours, the last leg of a Calif. fundraising blitz. [...]
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Washington Times: Ted Cruz releases 76-item list of ‘lawless’ Obama actions
www.cruz.senate.gov
Sen. Ted Cruz released a list that details 76 different ways President Obama and his administration have committed “lawless” actions: “The Legal Limit Report No. 4: The Obama Administration’s Abuse of Power.” [...]
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J Edgar Hoover and 90 years of subterfuge
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Ninety years ago, a decision was made in the high echelons of the US Justice Department that would have a startling effect not only on American law and order, but also on socio-cultural history. [...]
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Hillary Clinton laughs off new Republican obsessed Benghazi panel
www.examiner.com
Republicans have continued the pressure on the attacks in Benghazi and will form a new panel to begin a second investigation. [...]
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Obama Preparing Executive Orders To Push Green Energy
dailycaller.com
President Obama is preparing to use [...]
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Democratic Assemblyman Dressed In Confederate Uniform Confronted By Black GOP Delegate [VIDEO]
dailycaller.com
A Democratic Wisconsin assemblyman who dressed in Confederate attire and planned to pass out Ku Klux Klan hoods at a Republican convention is now comparing minorities in the GOP to poultry. [...]
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John Fleming Wants to Block D.C. Pot Decriminalization
blogs.rollcall.com
Republican Rep. John Fleming will introduce a House resolution to block D.C. from decriminalizing possession of small amounts of pot. [...]
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Dozens of Democrats Defect, Join GOP on R&D Tax Cut
blogs.rollcall.com
Scores of Democrats rebuffed the White House and their own leadership on Friday, voting for a bill to permanently extend a tax cut encouraging companies to invest in research and development. [...]
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Does Hillary Clinton care about Monica Lewinsky? The press sure does.
www.bbc.co.uk
New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd wants to have a drink with Monica Lewinsky. To understand what this means, you have to go back in time to 1998, when President Bill Clinton was mired in a growing scandal over his extramarital affair with "that woman, [...]
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US House set to vote on new Benghazi inquiry
www.bbc.co.uk
The US House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on whether to create a panel to investigate the White House response to the 2012 attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya. [...]
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IRS targeting: Lois Lerner held in contempt of Congress
www.bbc.co.uk
A US tax official who came under fire last year has been held in contempt of Congress for refusing to testify at congressional panel hearings. Lois Lerner was embroiled in a row over extra scrutiny given to conservative political groups seeking tax exemption. [...]
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Sen. Cruz Requests Vote on His Legislation to Stop IRS Targeting
www.cruz.senate.gov
WASHINGTON, DC -- U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, today requested that the bills he previously introduced, S.2066 and S.2067, that would stop the Internal Revenue Service’s illegal targeting, receive a vote on the floor before giving his consent to pass Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s (D-MN) legislation, S.149. [...]
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The Tea Party, Revisited
www.realclearpolitics.com
Today, the 2014 primary season begins in earnest. As with 2010 and 2012, there are a fair number of "Tea Party" challenges to Republican incumbents and establishment primary favorites. Today we see if establishment favorite Thom Tillis can clear the 40 percent benchmark in North Carolina and avoid a Senate runoff. [...]
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Best of Barack Obama’s jokes at White House Correspondents’ dinner
www.telegraph.co.uk
"I admit it – last year was rough. Sheesh. At one point things got so bad, the 47 per cent called Mitt Romney to apologise." [...]
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