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Your signature can help pressure House GOP leaders to remain neutral between Michele Bachmann and Jeb Hensarling in the election for Chairman of the Republican Conference
ConservativeHQ.com --News reports indicate that John Boehner and Eric Cantor are "pulling strings" to keep Bachmann from being elected to the 4th highest ranking position in the House GOP leadership. The petition asks them to keep "hands off" the race. Go here right now to sign the petition.
The Republican Party is much stronger because Sen. Jim DeMint took on the establishment
Daily Caller --Sen. Jim DeMint's embrace of Tea Party backed candidates may have saved the GOP. David Bossie explains why criticisms of Sen. Jim DeMint from ruling class Republicans are not only self-serving and misplaced, but are just more reason to keep the pressure on to remove them.
Ruling class GOP declare war on country class conservatives
RushLimbaugh.com --Rush sums up why the ruling class GOP is trying to minimize last week's gains in the Senate. "If it hadn't been for the Tea Party, the Republicans would be inconsequential, insignificant, which in the case of the establishment Republicans, they are, but just don't know it yet."
George W. Bush thinks Sarah Palin is 'unqualified' for office, thinks less of McCain as a man for choosing her -- New York Daily News
Florida's Marco Rubio is the most important freshman senator -- Weekly Standard
It's the GOP that's going to have to come to the Tea Party in Congress, not the other way around -- Washington Examiner
Conservatives must now focus on a war plan for 2012 -- American Thinker
Some Senate Republicans push for earmarks and budget-busting spending in the lame-duck session. -- RedState.com
The Tea Party's next challenge comes at the state and local levels -- World Net Daily
Gov. Sarah Palin was the big winner of the 2010 elections -- The New American
South Carolina's Tim Scott holds conservative principles over racial implications -- Newsweek