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  • FRC Action PAC News Release

    FRC Action President Tony Perkins and FRC Action PAC, the PAC connected with Family Research Council Action endorsed Joni Ernst in the Iowa US Senate election said FRC Action PAC President Connie Mackey

  • Jamie Weinstein, The Daily Caller

    Dave Berg, who worked on Leno’s “Tonight Show” for 18 of the 21 years it was on the air, says America may be ready for a conservative-leaning late night host, but the networks would never allow it.

  • Brad Petrishen, telegram.com

    Mark R. Fisher says he's running for governor to prove a point. "I don't want a political career," the 56-year-old Shrewsbury businessman said. "The reason I'm doing this is to show that you can run as a conservative in Massachusetts and win." 

  • The Associated Press

    Americans for Prosperity is launching a South Dakota chapter with Ben Lee as state director.

  • Melissa Quinn, The Daily Signal

    Bill Hennessy led more than 40 members of the St. Louis Tea Party Coalition to the embattled town Thursday evening to shop at the small businesses and support the local economy.

  • Washington Examiner Editorial

    Disinterring Lois Lerner's emails is important not, as some say, because they might establish a direct link to the White House, but because the Tea Party and conservative groups — not to mention people with a disinterested care for the preservation of democracy — deserve to know the truth about the nest of bureaucratic vipers they were up against.

  • Melinda Deslatte, AP

    "The federal government has hijacked and destroyed the Common Core initiative," Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal said in a statement. "Common Core is the latest effort by big government disciples to strip away state rights and put Washington, D.C., in control of everything."

  • Bob Christie, AP

    The race focused heavily on Common Core. Diane Douglas fiercely opposed the program, calling it "top-down government control of our education system." Incumbent John Huppenthal long backed Common Core, but said during a debate with Douglas that he "never supported the standards."

  • Tony Lee, Breitbart

    Texas Governor Rick Perry has reportedly aligned himself with two of the most infamous Republican establishment operatives known for trashing conservatives.

  • David Schwartz, Reuters

    Arizona state treasurer and businessman Doug Ducey backed by national tea party leaders like Sarah Palin and Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) and Mike Lee (R-Tex.) defeated rivals Scott Smith, the former mayor of Mesa and a more moderate Republican and Go Daddy executuve wildcard Christine Jones.

  • Scott Smith, Bloomberg Businessweek

    Immigration has dominated the Arizona GOP governor primary, and the business candidates are basically indistinguishable from Tea Partiers. The delineations we’ve come to expect between Tea Party and business are utterly scrambled in Arizona.

  • Dustin Hawkins, About.com

    Hawkins reviews the 2014 crop of Republican Senate nominees and takes a look at which candidates give conservatives some incentive to help vote in a Republican majority.

  • David Mark, Politix

    Rep. Jeff Duncan says he's going to give tougher scrutiny to the practice of the feds giving surplus military equipment to local police after recent clashes in Ferguson, Mo. The SC Republican is usually a reliable supporter of law enforcement.

  • Jason Noble, The Des Moines Register

    The Unlocking Potential Project, a group headed by Carly Fiorina whose aim is to turn out Republican-voting women, is setting up shop in Iowa to help Republican Senate candidate Joni Ernst.

  • Niger Innis, The Hill

    The gleeful speculation of the “demise” of the tea party amidst disappointing 2014 primary results is giving way to a very different reality. Seasoned political observers have come to realize that the opposite is in fact true; the tea party is maturing as a political movement.