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How to beat unlawful government actions
Washington Examiner (Mark J. Fitzgibbons) - The author exposes a type of government excess that is largely hidden from view - the actions of governmental administrative agencies that exceed the authority given to them by legislative acts.
Tea Party is new, independent 4th leg at conservative table
ConservativeHQ.com (Richard Viguerie) - "Coming on its one year anniversary, much is being written about the phenomenon called the Tea Party Movement; some accurate, and some fantastical. At its core, it is a revolution of fed-up middle-class Americans, and a response to political arrogance.
Conservative grassroots feels betrayed by Brown over jobs vote
Newsmax - Conservatives worked hard for Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown's improbable victory last month, and they're already feeling betrayed by the Senate's newest member.
Tea party power: Poll finds conservative clout in Pennsylvania
Lancasteronline.com (Pennsylvania) - "Republican Tom Corbett raised a few eyebrows earlier this month when he promised to veto any tax increase if elected governor of Pennsylvania. The state faces a fiscal crisis over the cost of public pensions, and it will be scraping for revenue over the next couple of years. So why the change of heart for Corbett, who wouldn't rule out a tax hike one month ago?"
A Failure of GOP Imagination
Michelle Malkin - "I've already made clear: John McCain is the problem with the GOP. And he's trying to install his mini-mes as congressional candidates across the country. Yesterday, Mitt Romney lined up with He That Ails the GOP."
Grassroots uprising: Troy, Michigan voters reject local tax increase
Oakland Daily Tribune (Michigan) - "Voters [in Troy, Michigan] overwhelmingly defeated a 1.9-mill property tax increase, in part from the opposition of organized Tea Partiers."
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