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Tea Party Gets Early Start on G.O.P. Targets for 2012

Leaders of more than 70 Tea Party groups in Indiana gathered last weekend to sign a proclamation saying they would all support one candidate — as yet undetermined — in a primary challenge to Senator Richard G. Lugar, the Republican who has represented the state since 1977. They are organizing early, they say, to prevent what happened last year, when several Tea Party candidates split the vote in Republican Senate primaries, allowing the most establishment of the candidates to win with less than 40 percent.

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Tea Party Gets Early Start on G.O.P. Targets for 2012

BY Kate Zernike

Leaders of more than 70 Tea Party groups in Indiana gathered last weekend to sign a proclamation saying they would all support one candidate — as yet undetermined — in a primary challenge to Senator Richard G. Lugar, the Republican who has represented the state since 1977. They are organizing early, they say, to prevent what happened last year, when several Tea Party candidates split the vote in Republican Senate primaries, allowing the most establishment of the candidates to win with less than 40 percent.

02/02/2011
With Tax Day as Theme, Tea Party Groups Demonstrate

WASHINGTON — Tea Party groups used Tax Day Thursday to stage rallies around the country where they pledged to turn their nascent movement into a powerful force to root out politicians they do not consider fiscally responsible.

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With Tax Day as Theme, Tea Party Groups Demonstrate

BY Kate Zernike

WASHINGTON — Tea Party groups used Tax Day Thursday to stage rallies around the country where they pledged to turn their nascent movement into a powerful force to root out politicians they do not consider fiscally responsible.

05/13/2010
Fox News beats out the networks in viewership

NEW YORK -- On an ordinary news day, CNN is like a sip of iced tea. Fox News is a gulp of Jolt Cola.

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Fox News beats out the networks in viewership

BY Alessandra Stanley

NEW YORK -- On an ordinary news day, CNN is like a sip of iced tea. Fox News is a gulp of Jolt Cola.

09/05/2004
Texas Takes Step on Warming; Some See Shift in Bush's Position

Texas' three natural resource commissioners, all appointees of Gov. George W. Bush, said yesterday that global warming was a serious problem and that the state would explore ways to cut its emissions of heat-trapping greenhouse gases. The decision, although just a tentative move toward action, was praised by some private environmental groups. They said it could signal a shift in the global-warming stance of Mr. Bush, who so far has said that although earth's climate appears to be warming, more research must be done to determine whether human activities are the cause.

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Texas Takes Step on Warming; Some See Shift in Bush's Position

BY ANDREW C. REVKIN

Texas' three natural resource commissioners, all appointees of Gov. George W. Bush, said yesterday that global warming was a serious problem and that the state would explore ways to cut its emissions of heat-trapping greenhouse gases. The decision, although just a tentative move toward action, was praised by some private environmental groups. They said it could signal a shift in the global-warming stance of Mr. Bush, who so far has said that although earth's climate appears to be warming, more research must be done to determine whether human activities are the cause.

08/24/2000