The proposed AT&T merger with Time Warner has several conservatives concerned that their free speech could be hugely impacted within our news environment. Jenny Beth Martin pointed out that Democrats’ obstruction of nominees meant the merger was not properly vetted by President Trump’s appointees. Other conservatives voiced additional concerns and even liberal lawmakers have also…

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Atlanta, GA – Tea Party Patriots co-founder Jenny Beth Martin released the following statement today after President Trump’s speech laying out his comprehensive Iran strategy. “Tea Party Patriots and our supporters across the country applaud President Trump’s comprehensive Iran strategy laid out in his speech today, and for bucking the DC Establishment and keeping his…

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CALENDAR: The House will return Monday, and will stay in session through Thursday. The Senate will also return Monday, and will also stay in session through Thursday. LAST WEEK ON THE HOUSE FLOOR: The House came back last Monday and took up H.R. 3823, the Disaster Tax Relief and Airport and Airway Extension Act, under…

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Atlanta , GA – Tea Party Patriots co-founder Jenny Beth Martin released the following statement urging Senate Republicans to support Sen. Lankford’s proposed reforms that will ensure well-qualified judges will be appointed to the federal bench. “It is unacceptable that Democrats are abusing the rules of the Senate to create gridlock intended to stop President…

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Chris Christie declared for President this week and 320 million Americans asked as if with a single breath, “Why? Why are you running, Chris?” Christie has fallen so far behind in the national polls that he’s now in the neighborhood of Trumpville: the notorious WSJ-NBC poll found last week that 55 percent of Republicans would…

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There was much good news, along with a splash of bad news, in this week’s controversial poll from NBC-Wall Street Journal. Whatever the poll’s methodological shortcomings (which we will leave to the trained professionals to sort out), it’s clear that the first-tier candidates are holding firm as “candidates you could see yourself supporting,” even as…

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I had to be in Washington the other day, so I squirreled away an hour to drive by my old house in northern Virginia. My wife Jane and I had bought it when we went to Washington with Reagan. Heady days, those. We were young and idealistic and determined to help The Gipper beat the…

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