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Free Market Principles help make unlikely allies

In April, Tea Party Patriots criticized the so-called “Monsanto Protection Act” because of its cronyism and corrupt nature. This stance for the free market – clearly consistent with free market principles – so shocked critics of the Tea Party that Huffington Post, Russia Today, The Guardian, Grist.org, and many other organizations highlighted the post. Now it’s the Georgia Tea Party shocking supporters of solar power. From Think Progress: The fight to bring cheaper, clean energy to Georgia is uniting some unlikely allies. Renewable energy advocates and leaders of the Atlanta Tea Party are taking on utility giant Southern Co., and its ...

Presidential Tele Forum Results

.pagetitle {display:none;} Please Note: Tea Party Patriots does not endorse candidates and this straw poll in no way serves as an endorsement from Tea Party Patriots. Newt Gingrich 31% Michele Bachmann 28% Mitt Romney 20% Rick Santorum 16% Ron Paul 3% Rick Perry 2% Jon Huntsman 0% (.34%) (Results are rounded to nearest percentage point. Margin of error +/-1.59%) (Interpretation: The following question was posed to the listeners for each candidate with 1 being Not Enthusiastic and 5 being Extremely Enthusiastic. "On a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the highest, how enthusiastic would you be if <candidate name> were the nominee?" This chart ...

Presidential Tele Forum

Tonight's Line-up: Starting at 5pm EST: Host: Jenny Beth Martin, Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder and National Coordinator Guests: Emery McClendon, Tea Party Patriots Local Coordinator, Indiana Julianne Thompson, Tea Party Patriots Local Coordinator, Georgia Herman Cain, Former Presidential Candidate and Businessman Steve King, Congressman from Iowa Candidate: Mitt Romney - Former Governor of Massachusetts Newt Gingrich - Former Speaker of the US House of Representatives Michele Bachmann - Congresswoman from Minnesota Rick Santorum - Former Senator from Pennsylvania Join Tea Party Patriots and thousands of other grassroots activists on Sunday, ...

Woodall’s 15 Minutes Of Fame in 2011

A look back at Rep. Rob Woodall’s (R-GA-07) first year in the House. Woodall has now represented Georgia’s 7th District for one full year as member of the 112th Congress, which convened January 3, 2011. According to opencongress.org, Woodall voted with House Republicans roughly 91 percent of the time. The statistic actually earns the freshman a mildly independent voting rank of 177th, meaning that 176 of his 242 House Republican colleagues voted along party lines more often than Woodall did.  According to Open Congress, the average House Republican currently votes with party about 93 percent of the time. In 2011 Woodall sponsored 18 bills ...