Arizona state Sen. Sylvia Allen (R) derailed a discussion on gun legislation by expressing her support for mandatory church attendance nationwide, KPHO-TV reported. “Probably we should be debating a bill requiring every American to attend a church of their choice on Sunday to see if we can...
Odds are that there are people hoping Tea Party Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) joins Sen. Ted Cruz in the presidential field. Namely, progressive comedians. So his statement to The Hill on Thursday indicating that he is at least considering it should be cause for celebration. When asked if he was...
North Carolina has been something of a progressive nightmare lately. The Tea Party takeover of the legislature and draconian cuts in welfare spending have inspired the long-running Moral Monday protests. The story on energy and climate change hasn’t been much better. Show More Summary
Tea Party grandstanders are too self-defeating to be a "threat" to liberals. Unfortunately, Bob Corker gets this
The first Republican candidate for the office of president announced on Monday that he is running. Foreign born, Tea Party "whacko bird" Rafael Edward Cruz made the announcement to a "captive audience" on Monday and the response has been nothing less than spectacular. Show More Summary
Tea Party favorite and freshly-declared presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R) had a choice whether to enroll his family for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) — also known as “Obamacare” — even though he insists that it was required by law. Igor Volsky at...
Ben Carson, neurosurgeon, Tea Party Super star and potential 2016 Republican Presidential nominee is well known for his controversial comments whether it be comparing the Affordable Care Act to slavery, or claiming that prison makes people gay.
"To understand Cruz’s role in 2016, one must recognize that the Tea Party in Washington today is a not an insurgency from below. It is a realignment within the Republican establishment that has committed the party to a position of extreme non-compromise." The rest here.
Fox News host presses Tea Party contender on his inflammatory Senate tenure
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas Sen. Ted Cruz announced his 2016 campaign for president Monday, hoping to energize the evangelical wing of the Republican Party and supplement his already strong support among tea party and grassroots conservatives. The...Show More Summary
PARIS — The Green Berets need to throw more tea parties, don’t you think? The federal government is requesting public-sector proposals from contractors to train U.S. Special Forces in ethnography
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) Ted Cruz may have gotten into the Republican presidential primary first, but his Senate colleague Rand Paul—expected to announce in two weeks—is out making the case that he is the more electable tea-party type. “Ted Cruz is a conservative. But it also goes to winnability,” Paul said on Fox News’ “The Kelly File.” [...]Show More Summary
The conservative editorial board doesn't see a path to victory for the Tea Party firebrand
Ted Cruz Announces Bid For Presidency Republican Senator and son of Tea Party racist Rafael Cruz, Ted Cruz, has announced that he’s running for President. Amid a slew of vows to undo Obama’s work and “restore the government by
From the March 23 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor: GOLDBERG: [S]orry, but Fox News didn't cover, in the initial stages, the tea party as much as they championed and were cheerleaders for the tea party. And even worse, some people...Show More Summary
Last week, Bill O'Reilly objected to Bernie Goldberg's assertion that Fox News tends to downplay "conservative screw-ups." Well on Monday's O'Reilly Factor, Goldberg joined O'Reilly to re-hash that debate.
Ted Cruz wants to be president. The Tea Party politician announced his candidacy in front of a crowd of Liberty University students—who were required to show up. But let's not forget presidential candidate Ted Cruz is the same science-doubting, climate change denier he's always been. He just has a bigger soapbox. Read more...
The Republican senator from Texas, a Tea Party favorite who declared himself a presidential candidate on Monday, became known as an ambitious upstart who rubbed even some fellow Republicans the wrong way.
Ted Cruz, the Republican Texas senator and unofficial leader of the tea party faction, surprised exactly no one when he announced Monday that he would seek his party's 2016 presidential nomination. He may be a first-term lawmaker and he may have been born in the Canadian city of Calgary —...
Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-FL), an erstwhile Republican who earned the wrath of conservatives after unseating Tea Party favorite Rep. Allen West...