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Tea party's growing money problem
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Tea party's growing money problem

BY Kenneth P. Vogel

Some leading tea party activists are concerned that their efforts to reshape American politics, starting with the 2010 elections, are being undermined by a shortage of cash that’s partly the result of a deep ambivalence within the movement’s grass roots over the very idea of fundraising and partly attributable to an inability to win over the wealthy donors who fund the conservative establishment.

08/18/2010
The Golden State’s War on Itself
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The Golden State’s War on Itself

Democracy and Power 114:  The Power Players

08/18/2010
Champions of Freedom Cruising
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Champions of Freedom Cruising

Cook Political Report has raised its midterm projected gains for House Republicans to a range of 35 to 45 seats. Cook has changed the ratings for 10 races with Democratic incumbents, moving 3 races from "Likely D" to "Lean D" while moving 7 from "Lean D" to "Toss Up" races. Republicans need 39 seats to win back the majority in the House of Representatives which was lost to the Democrats in 2006.

08/18/2010
Democratic candidates all but ignore their legislative successes
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Democratic candidates all but ignore their legislative successes

BY Janet Hook

Reporting from Washington — As Democrats fan out across the country to campaign for reelection this month, many are surprisingly quiet about their hard-won accomplishments — the major bills they have passed under President Obama.In an effort coordinated with the White House, congressional leaders are urging Democrats to focus less on bragging about what they have done — a landmark healthcare law, a sweeping overhaul of Wall Street regulation and other far-reaching policy changes — and more on efforts to fix the economy and on the perils of Republican control of Congress.

08/16/2010
EDITORIAL: Bailout bribery
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EDITORIAL: Bailout bribery

Democracy and Power 108:  ObfuscationWherever politics intrudes upon economic life, political success is readily attained by saying what people like to hear rather than what is demonstrably true. Instead of safeguarding truth and honesty, the state then tends to become a major source of insincerity and mendacity. – Hans F. Sennholz

08/16/2010
Tea Party Aims to Influence 2010 Elections Without Big Bucks
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Tea Party Aims to Influence 2010 Elections Without Big Bucks

BY Jake Gibson

WASHINGTON- Tea Party activists say they can influence the 2010 midterm elections without the big bucks traditionally needed by Washington establishment Republicans and Democrats."It doesn't cost any money to be an activist," said Anastasia Przybylski of Kitchen Table Patriots, a Tea Party group in Pennsylvania.Przybylski and her colleague Ana Puig are among activists from a dozen states who came together for a Tea Party Summit of sorts, organized by Freedom Works, over the past few days in Washington.

08/16/2010
Look Outside D.C. for Grown Up Government
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Look Outside D.C. for Grown Up Government

Democracy and Power 106:  A politician receives no financial gain for good policy or punishment for bad policy.It is hard to imagine a more stupid or more dangerous way of making decisions than by putting those decisions in the hands of people who pay no price for being wrong. Thomas Sowell

08/13/2010
Deep Pockets Abound in 2010 Field
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Deep Pockets Abound in 2010 Field

BY Jake Gibson

The 2010 midterm elections  are shaping up to be a contentious bunch, with money as critical a factor as ever. The difference in 2010 is, there seem to be more millionaire and billionaire self-financed candidates on the scene than ever before.

08/13/2010
FreedomWorks PAC endorses Malpass in New York Senate Race
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FreedomWorks PAC endorses Malpass in New York Senate Race

FreedomWorks PAC has endorsed another Champion of Freedom, David Malpass, New York Senate GOP candidate and consistent fiscal conservative. Malpass, president of economic research and consulting firm Encima, has previously worked in the administrations of both Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush.

08/13/2010
If You Tax Them, They Won’t Come.
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If You Tax Them, They Won’t Come.

Whether or not you believe that life imitates sport, we can be sure that sports are a  business. Keeping this in mind, it should be alarming to the United Kingdom that European golfers are considering backing out of the Ryder Cup because of the outrageous UK tax policy. Considering the European team’s success in the Ryder Cup has been attributed as much to players’ camaraderie as their skill, this unrest among the players is arresting.

08/12/2010

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