Georgia moves us closer to socialism heralding a Trump movement that makes the Tea Party seem like a garden party. And that will end the GOP
Colorado Springs: The historically pivotal Tea Party protest of 1773 was an iconic event of American history. It is the event that led to the start of the American Revolutionary War in 1775. The Boston Tea Party was a political protest that occurred at Griffin’s Wharf in Boston, Massachusetts. American colonists frustrated and angry at ...
Matt Schlapp with Bill Press, The Bill Press Show; Charlie Hurt , he Washington Times , Tom Bevan of Real Clear Politics, created CPAC's best panel today.
Facebook unlawful censorship continues, banning me from sharing articles I wrote on conservative groups I belong to, just before an election.
Almost a decade ago, many Americans thought that we were Taxed Enough Already. Although the TEA party moved to broaden its scope, the initial formation was geared to stop higher taxation. Many more Americans would likely join this movement if they truly knew exactly how much taxes they paid.
The GOP needs to repeal Obamacare in its entirety before it even begins thinking about a replacement.
Trump's CPAC speech emphasizes that his is a new kind of conservatism, one that isn't afraid to challenge liberal verities and stand up for working Americans.
Suddenly #Resistance is cool again
Today's GOP is all talk and no action, kneeling at the altar of conservatism and never fighting for it. Trump's campaign mocks their very existence.
WASHINGTON, March 26, 2016 – Election Year 2012 has begun in earnest, and mud is flying fast and free across the Fruited Plain. From Bernie Sanders’ tepid attacks on Her Hillariness to this week’s juvenile mudslinging fest between The Donald and The Tedster—based not on Obamacare, economic misery, international terrorism or illegal immigration but on ...
The mistake of Tea Party advocates is believing they can "take back Washington" with small-government representatives in Congress.
WASHINGTON, November 6, 2015 — Americans’ apparent desire to replace long-term politicians with successful, straight-talking individuals, often from the business community, who have never held any elected position may be much stronger than originally thought. The election this week of Republican Matt Bevin as governor of Kentucky may be evidence of this. His unexpected electoral triumph could ...
Liberals can blame low turnout, the whiteness of the electorate, the designated hitter rule, and any other number of excuses, but they got shellacked. Again.
Paleo Republicans are having a hissy fit concerning the 40 tea party conservatives that form the Freedom Caucus in the House of Representatives.
HONOLULU, Aug. 18, 2015 – Benjamin Disraeli famously remarked to his father, “To govern men, you must either excel them in their accomplishments, or despise them.” Yes friends, it’s that problem again that we all have every four years in America: Republicans are tasked with choosing another presidential Dear Leader to govern us, and no GOP ...
WASHINGTON, Aug. 15, 2015 – Let’s launch today’s essay on America’s ongoing decline and fall by quoting at length some provocative comments from Jesse’s Café Américain, a uniquely odd, provocative, pseudonymous, one-man website primarily devoted to gold, silver and economic matters: Watching the conversations related to the political scene [is] a little more interesting now ...
Is the Tea Party crazy? Not so fast. You might have more in common with them than you think.
The rise of the "Tea Party" - that is, renascent conservatism - is attributable less to the onslaught of Democrats and more to the arrogance of the GOP leadership.
The federal government is on a collision course with financial collapse. The Congressional Budget Office finally admits it.
As leviathan continues to grow, Americans are grilling lotus on their barbecues. It's time to feel again the outrage that launched the Tea Party.