CHQ - Tea Party Favorite Allen West Ready to Charge Capitol Hill

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Tea Party Favorite Allen West Ready to Charge Capitol Hill
Washington Times - Newly-elected Florida Congressman Allen West is coming to Washington complete with a suitcase full of conservative principles and resolve. West plans to join the Congressional Black Caucus and will be its lone conservative voice - and West isn't exactly the type to back down when confronted with views that he doesn't agree with.

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

Is the Republican Party Finished?
American Thinker - Michael Filozof argues that after the recently concluded lame-duck session of Congress, it's clearly evident the GOP no longer represents conservatives. Filozof takes Republican leaders to task for their failure to stop the Democrats' agenda (despite November's elections), and reasons conservatives may have to start a new political party unless the GOP shapes up.

Top 6 Most Covered Tea Party News Stories of the Year -- Daily Caller

Biggest Conservative Names Bidding Goodbye to CPAC -- World Net Daily

If Republicans Stick With Six Simple Words, They'll be Golden in 2011 -- FOX News

Grover Norquist Paves the Road to 60 (GOP Senators) -- American Spectator

Rand Paul: Attach Spending Cuts to Every 'Major' Piece of Legislation -- The Hill

Reconsidering Nixon's Legacy from a Conservative Perspective -- American Conservative

Tea Party Representatives Explain Why They Don't Want Congressional Health Plan -- The New American

Florida Senate 2012:  Republicans Want Jeb Bush to Run Against Sen. Nelson -- Public Policy Polling

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