Here are my tweets for today:
@RichardViguerie Big-government Arnold Schwarzenegger says T Party movement not going anywhere. Sounds more like a wish being father to the thought.
@RichardViguerie Politicians like Arnold S correctly see the T Party movement as a threat to their continuing ability to exercise power over others.
CNN Poll: Majority says government a threat to citizens' rights
CNN.com - "Fifty-six percent of people questioned in a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Friday say they think the federal government's become so large and powerful that it poses an immediate threat to the rights and freedoms of ordinary citizens. Forty-four percent of those polled disagree."
The First Statement of Conservative Principles
Patriot Post (blog) - Mark Alexander blogs on what he calls the 'first' statement of conservative principles, the Constitution of the United States.
The folly of Steele's 80/20 approach
World Net Daily - Former presidential candidate Alan Keyes presents his arguments against RNC Chairman Michael Steele's '80/20 approach'.
Carpe Diem, Dr. Paul!
LewRockwell.com - Colorado resident Mark Crovelli sees Ron Paul's victory in last weekend's CPAC straw poll as a sign that the time is ripe for another Paul presidential run, and argues that Paul would be doing us all a big favor by declaring his intentions today.
Tea Party movement shakes up American politics
The Reveille - Here's a look at the grassroots conservative Tea Party movement by a Nebraska Wesleyan University student (Alyssa Silhacek) - an interesting insight into how the movement is influencing American politics.
Tea Partiers Put Money Where There Mouths Are
National Journal - "When it comes to organization and money, the Tea Party movement has until now looked like something put together by the Mad Hatter, marked more by squabbling and chaos than political discipline."
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