Don't mistake Tea Party birth pains for death throes

The Tea Party captures a groundswell of dissatisfaction with business-as-usual in how our country is being run.

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Racial politics may determine who controls Senate in 2016

The growing percentage of our voters is not white and they largely vote for Democrats.

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McDaniel blows it in Mississippi by ignoring blacks

In a Pew Research survey of last October, 25 percent of blacks expressed favorability toward the Tea Party, just 6 points less than whites.

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In today's America, 'mainstream' means left

Mainstream means shrugging your shoulders at $17 trillion in federal debt, $4 trillion in federal spending, and a tax code of over 73,000 pages.

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Why are establishment Republicans supporting Thad Cochran?

Cochran's agenda is to serve up government pork and protect the interests of his friends in Washington.

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Can Republicans be as ideological as Obama?

Americans elected a president, twice, who was not afraid of being bold, of taking on hard issues, and of being ideological.

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Tea Party alive and well -- and influencing blacks

No Americans have suffered more from the improper use of government and abuse of political power than black Americans.

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The dividends of racial politics

Democrats and the left wing press know that fanning these still racially sensitive flames is the way to turn out black voters.

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T.W. Shannon - rising black Republican star

The incidence of black conservatism is far deeper and widespread than most believe.

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Fewer limits on campaign contributions strengthens America

Limiting the amount of funds that free citizens can contribute stifles competition and protects incumbents.

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