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Tony Blankley: Tea Party is a revolt of the middle class
Washington Times - Tony Blankley writes, "The tea party movement will assert middle-class values, economic nationalism, patriotism and other concepts derided by post-modern elitists. The movement's central tenets -- small government, decentralization of power and end to profligate spending -- are precisely what [historian Christopher] Lasch prescribed to restore American democracy. The elite's fear and loathing of the tea party movement is rooted in the recognition that the real change is only now coming."
Watch this terrific Ron Johnson ad -- because it's true
YouTube -- Wisconsin U.S. Senate candidate Ron Johnson is overtaking incumbent liberal Russ Feingold in polls, and this recent ad will help you understand why. Mr. Johnson explains our Social Security system is a Ponzi scheme, and Russ Feingold has been part of the problem. Mr. Johnson shows that articulating conservative principles is, well, pretty darn easy.
Conservative Republican John Raese has eased ahead of Democratic favorite Gov. Joe Manchin in West Virginia special election Senate race -- Rasmussen Reports
New York conservative Senate nominee Joe DioGuardi may end up being the unlikely Senate-tipper -- American Thinker
Wisconsin Sen. Russ Feingold is a prime example of the career Washington insider that Americans want replaced in November -- Pajamas Media
If Republicans are serious about reducing government, why wouldn't they look to Ron Paul to write their "Pledge?" -- American Conservative
Local Tea Party group may have uncovered massive vote fraud in Texas -- Washington Examiner
The national media's (surprise!) hypocritically disparate treatment of Christine O'Donnell and Joe Biden -- Human Events
Minority Leader McConnell's spot-on op/ed about protecting political speech -- USA Today
Over seven in ten Republicans support the aims of the Tea Party according to a recent poll -- Wall Street Journal
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