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GUEST AUTHOR: Why The Tea Party Movement is America’s Predestined Constitutional Political Revolution!

By Kevin Fobbs, Guest Author

Originally posted at BuzzPo

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America’s history is written upon the ever evolving tapestry of freedom that had its birth in the Revolutionary War and its infancy in the changing political sea turbulence that followed. 1,606 more words

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Illinois peeps, check out - Eyeing Control of Both Houses, G.O.P. Sets Plan

Party leaders say that Republicans will need to be realistic about what they can achieve and that a high level of party unity will be essential.. 9 more words

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In the Sixth District, it is Pallone vs. Wilkinson

By Dennis “DJ” Mikolay

Four years ago, the Congressional Midterm races dominated national headlines. The media, recognizing something unique and largely unprecedented was underway within the GOP, became infatuated with the then-burgeoning Tea Party movement, a coalition of Rightwing anti-tax activists who were wreaking havoc within the Republican Party’s primaries. 907 more words

2014 Congressional Midterms

Congressional candidate says he doesn't recall voting for $3 million stimulus project

Opposition to the $787 billion federal stimulus bill of 2009 helped galvanize the tea party movement.

So it was odd to see the Palm Beach County Tea Party endorse Republican… 286 more words

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Illinois peeps, check out - House Effort to Trim Terrorism Insurance Splits G.O.P.

Some Republicans from metropolitan areas have joined many Democrats to oppose scaling down a program created to help businesses rebuild after attacks.. via NYT N.Y. / Region http://ift.tt/1jNJVea

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The Absence of Empathy: Mass Movements and the Tea Party

“Empathy, alone stands apart from the continuous traffic between good and evil proceeding within us.” Eric Hoffer

The problem with mass movements is that they often breed a near religious devotion and fervor in their leaders and followers. 967 more words

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Harris vs. Quinn: a Line in the Sand Against the Rights of American Workers

The majority on the U.S. Supreme Court has handed down a series of reactionary decisions, theoretically narrowly-demarcated but in fact capable of being extended broadly. In each case the justices had to bend the law to the extent of legislating from the bench. 1,274 more words

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