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The Republican Divide: K Street versus Tea Partiers
Washington Examiner -- You can tell the establishment Republican candidates for the Senate from the stalwart conservatives by who funds them and how they're criticized by the Left. Establishment candidates get money from K Street and the leadership PACs of current senators and the former ones who are now well-paid lobbyists. Jim DeMint, the Republican leadership's least favorite senator, is the exception, and his Senate Conservative Fund gives money to candidates who will challenge the leadership and establishment Republicans.
Dick Armey to GOP: Why don't you have the guts to support Paul Ryan's roadmap?
Hot Air -- Former Majority Leader Dick Armey says Republicans need to "get some courage" in addressing the issues that are important to the Tea Parties, and called out the leaders of the Republican Party for their utter failure to support forward thinking ideas such as Rep. Paul Ryan's 'Roadmap' plan. The grassroots have chosen conservative candidates in GOP primaries who will show some guts once elected.
'Boat-rocker' Iowa Rep. Steve King remains D.C. outsider -- by design -- Mason City Globe Gazette
GOP trying to win by 'default' won't work; the Party needs to present a clear vision -- American Thinker
Florida GOP gubernatorial race was one of the nastiest in the country -- American Spectator
Conservative Think-Tank Releases 'Solutions for America' Agenda for 2010 -- CNS News
Let Judge Andrew Napolitano's show, "Freedom Watch," ring on FOX News -- American Conservative
"Lame Duck" Hunter Christine O'Donnell takes aim at Joe Biden's old Seat -- Intellectual Conservative
Sarah Palin swipes at Sen. Murkowski on her Facebook page, touts Joe Miller -- Facebook
John Gizzi: "Dose of Tea" brings new life to Los Angeles GOP -- Human Events
Rep. Darrel Issa: Tea party activists aren't outraged enough about government malfeasance and excessive spending -- Washington Examiner
Richard A. Viguerie