MSNBC analyst Michael Eric Dyson ripped Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul on Tuesday, saying that Paul's meeting with anti-government rancher Cliven Bundy was a "deal-breaker" in the Tea Party presidential candidate's efforts to connect with black voters. Show More Summary
The Redcoats are coming! The Redcoats are coming! Whether you’re out for a midnight ride or just going to a tea party, nothing makes a statement like RED! Daring, bold and beautiful, it's the color that most conveys a sense of confidence...Show More Summary
Who would Jefferson have liked best: FDR, Reagan—or the Tea Party? Three new books look at Americans’ never-ending fixation with what our formative figures would want us to do.
“They are just as you hope they’d be,” said my colleague Damian Thompson midway through our readers’ tea party today. I knew what he meant: we were actually getting to… Continue reading The post In pictures: The Spectator’s readers’ tea party appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
A defanged IRS means never having to say you’re accountable. In the United States, money spent on candidates, politics, or public policy is protected speech under the First Amendment. What happens when protected speech is wrapped inShow More Summary
Tue 07 Jul Join Elsa and embrace the winter chill these school holidays with a Frozen-themed tea party. Adults can enjoy morning tea and refreshments while...
Timothy P. Carney looks through LaHoods disclosures, old and new, and finds so many nuggets. It's another battle pitting the K Street wing of the GOP against the Tea Party wing. LaHood's past and his donor list show his close...
Tea Party hero Ken Paxton, the Texas Attorney General who won the hateful hearts of homophobes with his vainglorious fight against gay marriage, is facing upcoming first-degree felony securities fraud charges. Read the rest
Paula ReveredDitch the tea party for a midnight ride out with friends! In the midst of our anticipation of the Fourth of July— picnics, parades, fireworks and the red, white and blue— there is still the summer wedding or special occasion to enjoy. Show More Summary
Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, an underdog Republican presidential candidate with a tea party support base, raised more than $8.3 million between April and June, his campaign said Wednesday, making him the first GOP hopeful to announce his numbers publicly. Carson, the only major African American candidate in the Republican field, raised about $10.5 million since […]
He's the first sitting Republican governor to endorse in the 2016 race
Big lie about the IRS and Tea Party obscured real truth: The defanging of laws regulating secret right-wing money
MSNBC analyst Michael Eric Dyson ripped Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul on Tuesday, saying that Paul’s meeting with anti-government rancher Cliven Bundy was a “deal-breaker” in the Tea Party presidential candidate’s efforts to connect with black voters. “He figures that he...
Between March and June, 2015, making national news seemed to be a frequent occurrence for Texas as Austin, Garland, Waco, Overton, and McKinney experienced unprecedented media coverage. Meanwhile, as the Tea Party conservatives maintained control of the legislature, Texas also gained notoriety in many other areas. Show More Summary
[...] many Republicans say it amounts to corporate welfare and the federal government interfering in the private sector. GOP leaders — under pressure from tea party-backed conservatives and the party's leading presidential candidates — chose to let the bank's charter expire rather than try to renew it ahead of Tuesday's deadline.
Today on Facebook Anne Rice majestically defended E.L. James after James's Twitter event today spun out of control. Instead of being a lovefest or a cyber tea party, #AskELJames turned into a free-for-all where critics of all kinds told James what they thought of her books and her writing. Show More Summary
For more than 4 years, Maine's governor has acted like a meaner Bill O'Reilly. Mercifully, that may be about to end
It was a difficult marriage from the beginning. Its success was largely regional and state by state. But where it worked, it worked well, mainly the South and parts of the West. They papered over their differences for years. Now they've grown apart and a messy divorce looms. It wasn't exactly a shotgun marriage. Show More Summary
Sisters Jenae and Gina Heitkamp are "disrupting the doll aisle" with iBesties, a series of dolls, books, and "edutainment" that promote entrepreneurship and technology to young girls.
“FROM TEA PARTY STAR TO A LEADER OF THE NEW SOUTH” is how a Washington Post headline describes Nikki Haley, as if there’s some contradiction. I don’t see one (unless you’re referring to the various tax breaks New South politicians have long used to lure corporations to relocate).