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Everything Rests on the Tea Party
YouTube--ConservativeHQ.com's Richard Viguerie explains why the Tea Party is so important to the future of the conservative movement.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJpodNHC89c

Will Tuesday be Ron Paul's big day in Congress?
The New American - Today's the day where the House Republican leadership will be issuing committee chairman assignments for the next Congress, and Rep. Ron Paul would normally be in line for a fairly important position. The question remains whether the leadership will actually honor Paul's seniority and expertise. If they don't, the grassroots will still be behind him.

Nevada GOP Gov.-elect opts for status quo, disappoints conservatives
Las Vegas Review-Journal - Chuck Muth says Gov.-elect Brian Sandoval is already disappointing conservatives in Nevada, and he hasn't even taken office yet. Sandoval's poorly thought-out staff hires demonstrate that little has changed in the Silver State, a sad turn of events in a location where the people can no longer afford the status quo.

Chuck Colson on Apple pulling pro-family Manhattan Declaration from its app store - SFGate--"If the Manhattan Declaration's positions alone are enough to have its app removed, then I have to wonder whether Apple is considering removing other Bible-based - or even Jewish or Islamic - apps from its store."

Conservative stalwart Ovide Lamontagne says he'll help set standard for the most conservative candidate in New Hampshire's 2012 presidential primary--The Hill

The Tea Party Movement is growing on campuses too -- Student Free Press (blog)

Would Beltway insiders back Mike Huckabee if it looked like he was the only candidate who could beat Sarah Palin?--
Hot Air

Prof. Randy Barnett teaching conservative state legislators about how to use Constitution more effectively--
Slate

Will the Montana Senate race tip the balance again in 2012? -- American Spectator

Michele Bachmann: GOP could scuttle tax deal tied to more government spending --
The Hill

Boehner endorses 'anti-earmark crusader' Jeff Flake to Appropriations Committee position --
The Daily Caller

"I don't care (right now) about WHO the next President is; I care about WHAT (a principled conservative) the next President is."--
RedState.com

Jeb Bush on immigration is more like President Obama than a Republican--
Washington Examiner

Young Republican running for state party chair remains hopeful for Maryland GOP --
Big Government

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