By Joel Gehrke | 03/26/14 12:04 PM
Years will pass before congressional investigators can review all of the documents pertaining to the inappropriate targeting of Tea Party groups, Internal Revenue Service Commissioner John Koskinen told a House panel Wednesday.
By David M. Drucker | 03/24/14 05:25 AM
With every big name in national Tea Party politics lined up behind Ben Sasse in the Nebraska Republican Senate primary, a disinterested observer could be forgiven for assuming that Shane Osborn was some GOP Establishment today.
By Sean Higgins | 03/21/14 03:19 PM
In a letter Thursday, House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa, R-Calif., demanded that Attorney General Eric Holder turn over all documents held by the Justice Department in regards to a secret interview its attorneys conducted with former top IRS official Lois...
03/21/14 02:52 PM
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Legal Newsline) – The days of cookie-cut Republican candidates may be gone in California, as voters will soon choose between GOP contenders with contrasting views in the coming California primary. Perhaps nowhere is this more evident than in the race for governor, as the...
By Sean Lengell | 03/21/14 01:37 PM
Two Republican leaders of the House's investigative panel have asked the Justice Department to hand over information regarding its probe of the Internal Revenue Service's illegal targeting of conservative groups. In a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder dated Thursday, House Oversight and...
By Sean Lengell | 03/20/14 04:35 PM
The Justice Department refused Sen. Ted Cruz's request for a special prosecutor to investigate the Internal Revenue Service's illegal targeting of conservative groups, a decision the Texas Republican said was hypocritical and politically motivated. The DOJ is already investigating the tax...
By Timothy P. Carney | 03/19/14 03:12 PM
New York Times blogger and Nobel laureate economist Paul Krugman believes that the right way to debate economic policy is to attack your opponent at his weakest point, rather than to engage your opponent's strongest arguments.
By Mark Tapscott | 03/19/14 08:38 AM
York is a modest little city in Southern Pennsylvania not too far from Baltimore and right in the heart of Dutch country. It's not the sort of place where political revolutions are found. But Republican state Senate nominee Ron Miller may think differently this morning because he just lost a...
By Mark J. Fitzgibbons | 03/17/14 06:08 PM
Proposed regulations from the IRS for 501(c)(4) "social welfare organizations" would censor speech such as legislative scorecards, voter registrations and get-out-the-vote projects. They also would eliminate communications before elections that name candidates, even if done in a neutral...
By Hugh Hewitt | 03/16/14 05:11 PM
Texas Gov. Rick Perry endorsed the re-election of Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., on Saturday, giving the Republican leader in the Senate another boost on his way to re-election. “Leaders like Mitch McConnell who have the courage to stand up for conservative principles, even when it means...
By Susan Ferrechio | 03/14/14 04:00 PM
The Republican House Oversight chairman argued in a scathing letter to the leading Democrat on his panel Friday that the pursuit of contempt charges against former IRS official Lois G. Lerner is justified.
By David M. Drucker | 03/12/14 05:21 AM
Sen. Jerry Moran is in a unique position. The Kansas Republican won his Senate seat in 2010, perhaps benefiting from the National Republican Senatorial Committee’s decision to stay out of what was a vigorously contested GOP primary against a fellow incumbent congressman. But as the current...
By Ashe Schow | 03/11/14 04:26 PM
It's a made-for-the-Tea Party solution: If the government becomes too corrupt to govern, perhaps the best plan is to get rid of it. That could be the fate of the small town of Hampton, Fla., population 477, if the city can't get its act together.
By Associated Press | 03/08/14 05:13 PM
Mark Fisher makes no apologies for being a Tea Party member or for his belief in a minimalist government even while running for office in a state where many Republicans prefer to stay closer to the political center.
By Star Parker | 03/07/14 11:31 AM
It's with mixed reviews that the Tea Party is celebrating the fifth anniversary of its emergence onto the nation's political scene.
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