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Five myths about the House Freedom Caucus

Political journalism in the modern era increasingly resembles a series of gossip columns, where catty swipes at “the other side” replace hard news and actual analysis.

10/19/2015
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The House Freedom Caucus should not 'divorce' the GOP

In Juan Williams’ latest piece for Fox News Opinion, he charges the liberty wing of the Republican Party with being overly disruptive to the GOP, and suggests that it’s time they split off formally and form their own party.

10/16/2015
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King v. Burwell: Obama takes his toys and goes home

A decision in the King v. Burwell lawsuit is just days away. With the potential to strike down health insurance subsidies for millions of people, you would think that the administration would be scrambling to come up with a response to the ruling. So what are they doing to prepare?

06/22/2015
We're On Track to Repeal Health Care -- Here's How We'll Do It
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We're On Track to Repeal Health Care -- Here's How We'll Do It

BY Dean Clancy

 Wednesday, as its first major act, the new House of Representatives passed a bill to repeal the government takeover of health care. On Thursday, the House passed a “replace” resolution instructing key committees to begin replacing Obamacare with a patient-centered approach. “Repeal and replace” is proceeding according to schedule. Official Washington wants to dismiss the repeal vote as a stunt, and move on. But far from “symbolic,” yesterday’s vote showed repeal is real and creates huge momentum for the next stop: the Senate.

02/02/2011
5 Reasons Why We CAN Repeal Obamacare In 2011
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5 Reasons Why We CAN Repeal Obamacare In 2011

BY Matt Kibbe

The outgoing Congress, which began with a bailout-and-stimulus bang, ends with a Tea Party-inflicted whimper, bruised by a series of post-election "shellackings" on taxes, spending and pork.Meanwhile, a new Congress is charging toward the Hill like the U.S Cavalry, reinforced with scores of Tea Party-backed candidates and committed to a new day in Washington.

01/04/2011
GOP Closely Watching Washington House Primary
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GOP Closely Watching Washington House Primary

BY Associated Press

OLYMPIA, Wash. -- Voters in the evenly balanced 3rd District weighed in Tuesday on who should replace Democratic U.S. Rep. Brian Baird in a contest watched closely by Republicans hoping to make gains in Congress.Democrat Denny Heck, who has raised more than $1 million, was likely to advance to the November ballot along with one of the two Republican candidates.Republican state Rep. Jaime Herrera of Camas, a former aide to GOP Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers, got early national buzz after six-term incumbent Baird announced his retirement last year.

09/03/2010
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
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
Tea Partiers Go Big With Fundraising Campaign to Rival MoveOn.org
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Tea Partiers Go Big With Fundraising Campaign to Rival MoveOn.org

BY Jake Gibson

Eyeing the success of Moveon.org and other grassroots groups, the conservative-minded FreedomWorks, which has been at the frontline organizing tea partiers into a half-million strong membership, has announced ambitious plans on the fundraising front. "(MoveOn) raised around $31 million in 2003. We're not sure we can raise that much, but think we can be in the multi-millions and be a major player in 2010," said Rob Jordan, FreedomWorks' vice president of federal and state campaigns.

02/13/2010
Fox and Friends – Boyden Gray
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Fox and Friends – Boyden Gray

HOST: we are joined by goorg gray. great to see you, i know you are thrilled about the nomination. give us your opinion about how tough of a time you think he is going to have getting through the senate confirmation hearings. BOYDEN GRAY: i don't think it is going to be an absolute cake walk. people for the american way said this would be a constitutional ca taftify which i think is a llittle over the top. but i think he is going to be confirmed by a comfortable majority. i can't imagine having that much difficulty. HOST: when did you find out about it?

07/20/2005

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