CHQ - 2010 Newsmaker of the Year: The Tea Party

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2010 Newsmaker of the Year: The Tea Party
The Patriot News - Though questions remain about the movement's direction and ultimate future impact, there's no doubt the Tea Party was THE story of 2010. Tea Parties brought together limited government advocates from across America to call for a return to First Principles and the Constitution, which was the most important political development of the year.

Conservatives Split on Mike Pence Presidential Run
CHQ -- CHQ poll finds 50% want Pence to run for president, 46% for governor.

Tea Party Freshman Walks the Talk - Rep.-elect Joe Walsh (R-IL) is setting a good example by refusing to accept his Congressional health plan, despite his wife's pre-existing condition, which will make it personally costly to look for a plan on his own. We could use more leaders like Walsh who aren't afraid to take responsibility for their own well being.

Will Tea Party Rebels Upset the GOP Congressional Apple Cart? --
The New American

The Tea Party Should Have Won Time's "Person of the Year" Award --
Las Cruces Sun-News

Tea Party Nation Reveals Republican Targets for 2012 --
RTT News

Mike Pence Could be the Best Candidate to Unite Conservatives --
Wall Street Journal

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown: A New Year of Republican Mistakes - Middletown Press

Why Ron Paul Will Not Win the GOP Presidential Nomination -- Daily Caller

Lisa Murkowski Heading up "No Labels" Impresses No One --
The Hill

The Year in Review: Sarah Palin Stays in the Spotlight --
Politics Daily

As RNC Conservatives Launch "Dump Steele" Effort, Strain is Evident --
Politico (blog)


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Richard Viguerie