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Sarah Palin Drinks Her Last Cup of Fox News Tea

Sarah Palin Drinks Her Last Cup of Fox News Tea
The tea party movement is dead. When an ant mound is poisoned and the queen dies there are still worker ants running around. However, for all practical purposes, the mound is dead. That is the current state of the tea party.
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Paul Ryan and the Big Lie Killing the Middle Class

Paul Ryan and the Big Lie Killing the Middle Class
Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI) was rattled Sunday on NBC's Meet The Press when David Gregory showed the snippet from the President's Inauguration speech, rebuking those that believe America is divided between makers and takers
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VA Senate Moving to Electoral College System to Cheat Democrats?

VA Senate Moving to Electoral College System to Cheat Democrats?
Using the proposed new method, Mitt Romney would have won a majority of Virginia’s electoral votes despite losing the popular vote in the state.
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Will Chambliss Retirement Lead to Herman Cain Senate Run?

Will Chambliss Retirement Lead to Herman Cain Senate Run?
Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) will announce Friday morning that he won't run for a third Senate term in 2014. Could it pave the way for a Senate run by Herman Cain?
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Disgruntled Staffer Dishes More Dirt on Bachmann

Disgruntled Staffer Dishes More Dirt on Bachmann
Michele Bachmann's evangelical organizer in Iowa is alleging the Tea Party Congresswoman violated Iowa Senate ethics rules.
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What Would Bobby Jindal Change About the GOP? 'Just About Everything'

What Would Bobby Jindal Change About the GOP? 'Just About Everything'
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is calling on the Republican Party to "recalibrate the compass of conservatism" as the GOP rebounds from painful Election Day losses.
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Steve Peoples
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Brave VA Republican Likens Fight Against Contraception to MLK's Fight Against Segregation

Brave VA Republican Likens Fight Against Contraception to MLK's Fight Against Segregation
Every time I think Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli can't get any crazier, he goes and does something like compare his struggle against women having access to contraception to Martin Luther King Jr's struggle against racial segregation and oppression.
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Chris Christie's Civil Rights Crossroads

Chris Christie's Civil Rights Crossroads
As a member of the minority of sane and rational members of his party, Governor Christie needs to "evolve" and allow marriage equality to become the inevitable norm that it will be here in New Jersey.
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Bipartisan National Security Tradition Upheld by Kerry, Hagel and Shinseki

Bipartisan National Security Tradition Upheld by Kerry, Hagel and Shinseki
The prospect of a Secretary of State Kerry, Secretary of Defense Hagel and Gen. Eric Shinseki as secretary of Veterans Affairs would bring to the Cabinet extraordinary war experience, combat heroism and support for troops and military families that would inform all military, diplomatic and veterans-related decisions by the president.
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Former Staffer Spills Bachmann's 'Unnatural' Campaign Secrets

Former Staffer Spills Bachmann's 'Unnatural' Campaign Secrets
Peter Waldron, an evangelical organizer who served as Iowa field coordinator for Bachmann and helped her win the Ames straw poll said O'Donnell exercised an "unusual power over Mrs. Bachmann." Waldron and other former Bachmann staff also currently say the Congresswoman has yet to pay them for debts owned from her short-lived campaign.
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