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Sign the petition to John Boehner and Eric Cantor to tell them to keep "hands off" the race between Michele Bachmann and Jeb Hensarling for Chairman of the GOP Conference
CHQ -- Boehner and Cantor are trying to "pull strings" to keep Bachmann from being elected to the 4th highest-ranking position in the House GOP leadership. Click here to sign the petition to tell them to stop interfering with this election.
Conservatives and Tea Partiers Gather to "Throw Out the Ruling Class"
CHQ -- After two consecutive drubbings of the Republican establishment in 2006 and 2008, conservatives began to reclaim the Republican Party in 2010, and they celebrated at the aptly named, "Victory Night 2010: Replacing the Ruling Class with Constitutional Conservatives" party.
Mark Levin and the book (Liberty and Tyranny) that changed America
American Spectator - Jeffrey Lord places Mark Levin's book (Liberty and Tyranny ) in the company of other publications that changed American history, and credits it for laying the intellectual foundation for the Tea Parties.
Rep. Michele Bachmann says we have a fortified GOP thanks to Tea Party -- Cubachi.com
Why does anybody not working on K Street take Trent Lott seriously anymore? -- Washington Examiner
Lesson not learned: Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell prepared to go to the mat in favor of earmarks -- Politico
Rasmussen: Most GOP voters critical of Republicans in Congress, but like the Tea Party -- Rasmussen Reports
Could RINO Maine Sen. Olympia Snowe be the next Tea Party target? -- Washington Times
Michelle Malkin: Let's not get carried away with the Bush nostalgia, ok? -- MichelleMalkin.com
Can conservatives put the Pentagon on a diet? -- American Conservative
Gov. Sarah Palin pushes back at Rep. Spencer Bachus, cites his 'bigger government agenda' -- Daily Caller
Despite the numbers, Republicans may still have the upper hand in the Senate -- Wall Street Journal