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FreedomWorks for America Survey Shows Rep. Justin Amash up 30% in MI-3 Primary

Establishment challenger has spent over $400,000 leading into the August primary, still trails grassroots-backed Rep. Amash

"Establishment Republicans Break Their Own Rules in Opposing Amash"
"Justin Amash is one of the great champions of liberty in Congress. Why do Republicans want to unseat him?"

Establishment Republicans Break Their Own Rules in Opposing Amash

Ever since the emergence of the tea party in 2009, the media narrative has been pre-written and ready to deploy at opportune times. Embodying the intense frustrations of ordinary Americans with so-called limited-government Republicans who were forever raising taxes, increasing spending, and incurring more debt, the tea party demanded that their representatives keep their promises, and adhere to principle over politics. Otherwise, when the next election cycle rolled around, they would be fully prepared to throw the bums out.


Big Business Lobbyists Against Small Government Republicans

Democracy and Power 114: The Power Players Who actually controls the force of government? Politicians and interest groups control the American political process. Special-interest groups – i.e. big business, big unions, education, seniors, and a multitude of others - seek favors, such as tax breaks, subsidies, exclusive legislation, and the list goes on. Interest groups give enormous amounts of money to political campaigns and receive gigantic benefits in return.