Mike Lee

Obamacare Looms in GOP Primaries

Cameron Joseph, The Hill

The establishment’s refusal to defund the health law is fueling conservatives in several key contests.

Lee: D's Lying About Shutdown

John Bresnahan, Politico

Pushing back against the Dem. line that his drive to defund Obamacare could lead to a gov't shutdown, Mike Lee told supporters it was a “false narrative based on an absolute lie” and vowed to continue his efforts.

Tea Party PACs Clean Rove’s Clock

Let’s hope these results indicate Rove’s “Svengali-like power” over donors was broken by his catastrophic failures in 2012, and that donors are now demanding to know what the candidates stand for before they contribute. Once Rove’s donors start doing that, we are confident they will invest in principled conservatives like Sam Brownback, Mike Pence, Rand Paul, Mike Lee and Ted Cruz, rather than the content-free vessels into which Rove pours “me-too” establishment Republicanism.

Standing on Conservative Principle is Silly

Senator Corker claims he opposes Obamacare, but supports spending money to implement it.

Senator Robert Corker is playing by the typical Capitol Hill rules of say one thing, while actually doing another. Grassroots conservatives don't buy the idea that you can be opposed to Obamacare, but in favor of giving Obama the money to implement it.

Will Immigration Sink Rubio?

W. James Antle III, Daily Caller

Rubio’s reputation will likely survive this debate, but what about the consequences of the policy?

Amnesty Bill: Mixed Predictions

Katie Glueck, Politico & Matt Canman, The Salt Lake Tribune

Sen. Sessions says it’s losing steam, while Mike Lee thinks it’ll pass, but vows to fight on.

Tea Partiers Rally in Washington

David Sherfinski, Washington Times

The Tea Party Patriots’ “Audit the IRS” rally drew thousands of conservatives to the Capitol.

Wacko Birds Winning War on DC

Christopher Bedford, Daily Caller

Senators Mike Lee, Ted Cruz and Rand Paul have turned the tables on the Washington establishment.

McCain Against the ‘Wacko Birds’

Jonathan Strong, National Review Online

John McCain’s latest dust-up with conservatives has served to rally the grassroots against him.