future of the Tea Party

Tea Party Still Needed to Prevent GOP Lurch Toward Big Gov't

Philip Klein, Washington Examiner

If Tea Party activists are unable to make clear policy demands, then GOP pres. candidates will hire the same old GOP advisers who'll use tired old proposals. A more pragmatic Tea Party movement is still the best hope for limited gov't supporters who want to prevent the GOP from going back to its Bush-era embrace of big gov't.

Report: TeaParty Expands Influence Even in Dem. Districts

Paul Bedard, Washington Examiner

Despite nat'l polls showing dwindling voter support for the Tea Party, House Repubs. are embracing the movement’s issues tighter than ever, setting up a potential clash with voters in districts that lean Dem., according to a new study of key House votes.

Leftists' Hopes of Tea Party Death Are Dashed

Bob Unruh, WND

A leftist group released the report: 'The Status of the Tea Party: Membership, Support and Sympathy by the Numbers.' It says that opposition to the tea party’s goals have “hardened,” but members have responded by a surge of commitment. Core membership has grown by 4%.

Harvard Prof: TeaParty Here to Stay, Win

Tony Lee, Breitbart

A gov't and sociology professor at Harvard writes that the Tea Party is more likely than not to "win in the end" in an age when Americans are becoming more removed from Washington and distrusting the federal government and their elected officials.

Viguerie: Thank God for Barack Obama

ConservativeHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie has a Thanksgiving message for Tea Partiers everywhere: give thanks, for unto us, an extreme liberal was given. 

Viguerie Plots Way Forward for Virginia Tea Party

Headlining the 4th annual Tea Party Action Conference, CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie picked-up the conference theme "Changing the Rules of the Game" to exhort the 125+ attendees that “it’s the primaries stupid” and challenge them to take over the Republican Party as the only realistic means of advancing the cause of conservative governance. Watch his speech here.