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FreedomWorks Launches “NoLameDuck.com” Project
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FreedomWorks Launches “NoLameDuck.com” Project

Washington, D.C. – This week, FreedomWorks launched the campaign website, “NoLameDuck.com” to build conservative grassroots opposition to a potential lame duck session immediately following the 2010 elections in November and before the new Congress is sworn-in. 

06/30/2010
Albany's FreedomWorks manager trains group
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Albany's FreedomWorks manager trains group

BY Pete Skiba

ALBANY — Using the rules of a well-known leftist organizer can work just as well for organizations desiring to influence the government to stop taxing and spending, said Nan E. Swift, a campaign manager for FreedomWorks.“We don’t want anything. We want less. Less taxes, less government,” Swift said. “Alinsky understood how people worked. The rules reflect organizing principles that work.”

06/23/2010
FreedomWorks Urges Opposition to “DISCLOSE” Act
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FreedomWorks Urges Opposition to “DISCLOSE” Act

Washington, D.C. – This week, FreedomWorks will be reaching out to Tea Party organizations and allied conservative grassroots groups in addition to its own nationwide membership of nearly 1 million volunteer activists to focus opposition against H.R. 5175, the DISCLOSE Act.

06/21/2010
Tea Party groups call for sponsors to drop Hardball following Chris Matthews' ‘left-wing hit piece’
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Tea Party groups call for sponsors to drop Hardball following Chris Matthews' ‘left-wing hit piece’

BY Alex Pappas

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.”

06/18/2010
Successful elsewhere, 'tea party' fails to find traction in California
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Successful elsewhere, 'tea party' fails to find traction in California

BY Maeve Reston

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.

06/15/2010
Senators Can Protect American Consumers with a Vote for the Murkowski Resolution
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Senators Can Protect American Consumers with a Vote for the Murkowski Resolution

Washington, DC- This Thursday, members of the Senate will have the opportunity to protect American consumers from a back door cap-and-trade scheme allowing unelected bureaucrats to regulate carbon emissions.

06/09/2010
Mary Rakovich's small protest against stimulus erupted into 'tea party' movement
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Mary Rakovich's small protest against stimulus erupted into 'tea party' movement

BY David Montgomery

The "tea party" movement quickly came to a boil and before you knew it the incredible started happening.A Republican took Ted Kennedy's Senate seat. The GOP governor of Florida was forced to run as an independent for the Senate. An establishment conservative Republican senator in Utah was run out of the reelection campaign. A libertarian with curious ideas won the Kentucky GOP Senate primary against the party leadership's favored candidate.

06/04/2010
Activists seize control of politics
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Activists seize control of politics

BY John F. Harris & Jim Vandehei

For any politician with the usual instincts for self-protection, the lessons of Tuesday’s primaries could not be more clear: This could happen to you.Arlen Specter lost in Pennsylvania even though the party-switching Democrat was recruited and backed by a sitting president. Rand Paul won in Kentucky even though the Republican was regarded as an eccentric renegade by that state’s political establishment.

05/20/2010
Tax Bills in 2009 at lowest level since 1950
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Tax Bills in 2009 at lowest level since 1950

BY Dennis Cauchon

05/13/2010
'Tea Party' success in Utah sends warning
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'Tea Party' success in Utah sends warning

BY Kathy Kiely

WASHINGTON — The weekend ouster of Sen. Bob Bennett, a three-term Utah Republican, represents a triumph for the "Tea Party" movement and a warning for other incumbents facing ideological litmus tests this month.

05/13/2010

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