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A coalition of Tea Party groups is slamming MSNBC’s Chris Matthews for his “left-wing propaganda hit piece” documentary on the Tea Party movement and is calling on sponsors to drop his show. MSNBC aired “The Rise of the New Right,” hosted by Matthews, Wednesday night. The National Tea Party Federation, a broad coalition of Tea Party groups that offer rapid response to attacks on the movement, condemned the documentary as “journalism at its worst” whose “purpose was to demonize and misrepresent.”
For today's reading, may I suggest my article for Human Events about President Obama's prime time speech last night regarding the Gulf oil spill. Clearly, the man has adopted Rahm Emanuel's exhortation not to let a crisis go to waste. See "Obama Sells Economic Snake Oil", Ross Kaminsky, HumanEvents.com, 6/16/10http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=37519
Successful elsewhere, 'tea party' fails to find traction in California
At the election night party of "tea party" favorite Chuck DeVore in Tustin, Carole Mullner and her daughter Stephanie Perez were among the first to arrive. Outfitted in red T-shirts branding them as "insurgents" for DeVore, they enjoyed a rare moment of calm after months of campaigning for the Republican Senate candidate.
Join Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli for Health Care Lawsuit Online Townhall
Anyone watching the post ObamaCare legislative battle is probably well aware that Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is currently embroiled in a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the individual mandate. This is in addition to a class action suit, and a joint lawsuit filed by a growing group of states a
Earlier this month, Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell proposed new tax increases to shrink the upcoming 1.7 billion dollar budget deficit. Governor Rendell has already resorted to Orwellian tactics. In an effort to collect from people who owe back-taxes, the Governor proposed an amnesty program which reduces the penalties and half the interest will be waived before the June 18th deadline. The State spent three million dollars in advertisements for this program, and the video is ‘Big-Brother-esque’ warning citizens “We know who you are.”