Word is quickly spreading through the Illinois 18th District that establishment candidate Darin LaHood is flush with lobbyist cash and that the special election to replace disgraced Rep. Aaron Schock is quickly becoming a race between LaHood’s big money K Street donors and grassroots Tea Party favorite Mike Flynn.
Last Wednesday, thousands of Tea Party Patriots visited the district / state offices of their representatives in Congress to protest the shady special exemption from Obamacare that Congress and their staffs currently enjoy. All told, our rallies took place all across the country at more than 500 offices.
Who wants him? Protesters from all political persuasions stood outside the Adams Memorial Opera House with signs that blasted Jeb Bush for his support for the Common Core standards, NSA spying, as well as his apparent failure to articulate an environmental plan.
From National Journal: House progressives may have just had their tea-party moment. They went toe-to-toe Friday with their own president, the business community, and moderates of all stripes—and they won big. In overwhelming numbers, Democrats torpedoed a bill that would
As a candidate for President of the United States, Barack Obama promised to restore balance to the Constitution, after what many argued was a period of executive overreach, infringing on civil liberties and the balance of powers. When he launched his campaign, he even referred to his past career as a “civil rights lawyer,” and a constitutional law teacher. Once in office, however, Obama expanded executive powers even further, and led a 6-year assault on judicial independence.
From the Washington Post: Mitch McConnell stood at his desk on the Senate floor after 1 a.m. Saturday, the eyes of his colleagues trained on him. He seemed bewildered. “Enter your motion to reconsider,” Laura Dove, his chief floor aide,
Citizens United and Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-SC) are teaming up to bring grassroots activists from across South Carolina and the surrounding area to hear directly from national conservative leaders at the South Carolina Freedom Summit on Saturday. With the critically important
The 2016 Republican presidential primary field is starting to take shape, as more and more potential candidates prepare to announce their presidential campaigns.
During Thursday’s “The Herd with Colin Cowherd” on ESPN, host Colin Cowherd responded to an email from a listener in response to the Chris Rock baseball rant on HBO on why blacks and baseball are not a fit. Cowherd stated
With Senators Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, all having announced their run for president, the 2016 presidential primary election is on everyone’s mind. Many, from both sides of the political aisle, are itching to see if grassroots organizations and movements like liberal Moveon.org and the Tea Party will once again factor into the political equation.
In an appearance on ABC’s “This Week,” Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) discussed his wait-and-see attitude on the 2016 Republican presidential nomination race and his new book, “Our Lost Constitution: The Willful Subversion of America’s Founding Document.” Transcript as follows: STEPHANOPOULOS:
Sunday on his HBO “Last Week Tonight” program, host John Oliver defended the Internal Revenue Service and criticized the Republican-controlled Congress for starving the tax-collecting agency of funding. “The fact is, blaming the IRS because you hate paying your taxes is
Just over two weeks after Tea Party poster boy Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) announced he would be running for president in 2016, the Associated Press is reporting four super PACs who support Cruz have already raked in millions in donations, with the final tally expected to reach an astounding $31 million by week’s end.
A group of conservatives and libertarians in New Hampshire have come up with a plan they hope will block former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-FL) from becoming the Republican party’s nominee for President.
Last year, Breitbart News reported that preview footage of EA’s then-unreleased first-person shooter Battlefield Hardline contained content that conflated the Tea Party movement with a group of racist survivalist enemies.
Wednesday on Newsmax TV’s “The Steve Malzberg Show,” Rep. Steve King (R-IA) said Rep. Peter King’s (R-NY) criticisms of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and the reported targeting of Tea Party conservatives by House Speaker Boehner (R-OH) with political ads is
Representative Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) has apologized for stating in a disparaging manner that Joel Pollak—her former opponent in a 2010 Congressional race, who now serves as Breitbart News’s Senior Editor-At-Large and Breitbart California Editor—is an “Orthodox” Jew.
The emergence of the Freedom Caucus among House Republicans comes as something of a pleasant shock. The organization, headed by Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), will act as a kind of friendly conservative opposition within the overall GOP caucus to hold members and leadership accountable to the mandate they received from voters–and to prevent the repeat of past negotiating collapses.
COLUMBIA, SC — On Saturday, Secure Freedom (formerly known as the Center for Security Policy), in partnership with Breitbart News and High Frontier, will host the South Carolina National Security Action Summit. The conference will feature many of the most influential
Tea Party Patriots (TPP) will be out in force Wednesday to make their voices heard as the U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments King v. Burwell, the historic case that could decide the future of Obamacare. “We’re hopeful that the Justices