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CA R's Roar for TeaPartier at Convention

Reuters

Cal. Repubs. wrapped up their annual state convention with a roar of approval for the Tea Party's Tim Donnelly, who's challenging Dem. Gov. Jerry Brown. Donnelly, a state assemblyman who led the anti-illegal immigration Minutemen Project, got a standing ovation for a speech that warned of gov't tyranny.

Obama Announces Less Immigration Enforcement: GOP Congress Yawns

Where is the Republican held House of Representatives on Obama’s plan to further ignore, lessen enforcement even more or whatever you call Obama’s willful refusal to faithfully execute the Nation's immigration laws? MIA or in the pocket of the cheap labor wing of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, that's where.

Bushie Peter Wehner’s Unconstructive Governing Agenda

Sean Davis, The Federalist

It’s one thing for Former Bush adviser Peter Wehner to disagree with Rick Perry and other conservatives about the proper role of the fed. gov't, but it’s rather stupid and lazy to imply that big gov't skeptics are just like child labor exploiters.

Ted Cruz Blasts Reid's Attacks on Kochs

Right Scoop Staff

Ted Cruz hit back at Harry Reid for his attack on the Koch brothers. Cruz told Reid that it’s not his place to attack private citizens. He noted the hypocrisy of Reid for not mentioning the billionaire who has pledged to give money to Dems. to get Climate Change laws passed.

Ann Coulter: Still Full of It

Ann Coulter’s smorgasbord conservatism is a path to permanent minority status for the GOP because it blurs the lines between the parties and amounts to a grant of lifetime tenure to establishment Republican Senators like Mitch McConnell, Thad Cochran and other Big Government Republicans. 

Dems: Issa's Gaffe Will Block Lerner Contempt Charge

Melissa Clyne, Newsmax

Dems. are rushing to the aid of former IRS official Lois Lerner, saying GOP Rep. Darrell Issa fumbled the opportunity to force Lerner to answer questions about the IRS’ targeting of conservative groups.

Boehner: GOP Campaign Strategy Centers on Obamacare

Sean Lengell, Washington Examiner

Speaker John Boehner suggested the Republican Party's long-standing opposition to President Obama's health care law will again be a central campaign strategy during the fall's congressional elections.

Coulter Doubles Down on Attack of 'Con Men & Shysters' Using TeaParty

Breitbart TV

On Sean Hannity’s Fox News broadcast, commentator Ann Coulter reiterated a criticism she had offered a few weeks earlier of groups ginning up anger under the Tea Party banner for monetary gains. 

The IRS: Deliberate and Partisan

Jonathon Moseley, American Thinker

We can learn a surprising amount from Christine O’Donnell’s 2010 election campaign, because the establishment, liberals, and the news media got sloppy.  

Rove Lectures Repubs. On FL Victory

Karl Rove, Wall Street Journal

Karl Rove wants the GOP to beware of Tuesday's David Jolly victory in FL, as it shows that opposition to Obamacare alone won't be enough in Nov. But it's laughable how Rove jumps in to lecture us about a race his country club Republican pals undermined in the final days of the campaign.

Estab. Groups Retreat Against Tea Party Incumbents

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Big-business and establishment groups vowed they would wage war on conservatives and Tea Party candidates, particularly incumbents, in 2014, but they are backing off after realizing they may not want to throw money at losers. 

Issa: Lerner Misled Congress

Bernie Becker, The Hill

Lois Lerner, the former IRS official at the center of the agency’s targeting controversy, made several false or misleading statements to Congress about her role in scrutinizing Tea Party groups, according to a new report from congressional Repubs.

McConnell Backer Ann Coulter Lies About Cruz; Gets Amnesty Push 100% Wrong

Jen Kuznicki, JenKuznicki.com

Once again, Coulter relies on the left to hurt conservatives and bolster the establishment. McConnell is pulling the strings on amnesty, and just as Mark Levin has said, McConnell is working in the shadows to pass it, and that is one of the main reasons MM has to be defeated.

McConnell Puts Himself Before the Party, Country

Dan Riehl, RiehlWorld.com

Mitch McConnell needs to go, even at the cost of seeing a Dem. elected in KY. We should no longer support Republicans intent on betraying the limited government, common sense politics for which they ran on. At least Dems. are honest about what they are, as opposed to Republicans like Mitch McConnell.

Hillary's Own Private NSA

Jeffrey Lord, American Spectator

Hillary Clinton has her own private NSA. American Bridge PAC spent last week spying on the private conversations of attendees at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

Romney Strikes In Iowa GOP Senate Race

Romney's candidate in the Iowa GOP Senate race, Joni Ernst, is a typical creature of state house and county court house politics. She's perfectly happy to see spending and taxes go up and freedom erode as long as taxpayers don’t fight back. With the primary only three months away the candidate who is campaigning as a boat rocker is Sam Clovis.

In IRS Scandal, Begging Is Not an Action Plan

Jonathon Moseley, American Thinker

Just as Obama’s weakness encourages Putin’s militarism, we encourage statists to continue trampling more of our freedoms by offering only token resistance and ineffective responses.

Cruz Obamacare IS Repeal-able While O's in Office

Brendan Bordelon, Daily Caller

Ted Cruz can’t understand why the mainstream media views the repeal of Obamacare as a “bizarre proposition,” noting that the healthcare bill is “the most unpopular law in the country. If there’s one thing that unifies politicians of both parties, it’s their top priority is preserving their own hide.”