Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Kevin Jackson: We are killing people because of diversity

Fox News contributor Kevin Jackson sounds off on diversity visa program after NYC terror attack.

Justice Department Agrees To Pay Tea Party Victims In Obama IRS Targeting Scandal

President Donald Trump’s administration settled two class action lawsuits filed by conservative “Tea Party” groups alleging former President Barack Obama’s Department of Justice discriminated against them due to their ideological commitments.

Largest Tea Party Facebook group and Citizens for Trump to host YUGE Trump rally

America First pro-Trump rally in Miami’s Tropical Park on Saturday, October 14.

Voter Identification Laws Are Not the New Jim Crow

The American electoral system is bleeding in many ways; yet, enforcing voter identification requirements at the precinct provides one sure way to repair serious wounds.

IRS officials say lives at risk in tea party bias case

CINCINNATI — Details about tea party bias claims against the IRS could remain secret because current and former agency officials say their lives are...

Tea Party Activists: Media Attacks on President Trump ‘An All Out Assault on Our...

Tea Party activists across the country tell Breitbart News the mainstream media, with help from “Deep State” bureaucrats, is doing the work of the Democratic Party in an effort to undermine the political agenda of Donald Trump, the duly elected President of the United States.

Freedom Caucus functions as a Tea Party firewall

Some of the bill's most visible opponents outside the House, from Rand Paul to Ted Cruz to Sean Hannity, were vocal Tea Party supporters.

Tea Party also participated in Pro Trump rally

In my Saul Alinsky disguise, I embedded myself and walked across the Bridge of Lions with about 45 anti-Trump protesters. As the group got to the west-end of the bridge, I called for the Dartmouth, which was lying in wait in Davis Shores. The execution was perfect as the Dartmouth intercepted the Indivisibles just as they were turning onto the bayfront.

The Roar of the Forgotten Man and Woman

Michael Johns spoke to the Cornell Political Union at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, on the promise of Donald Trump’s Presidency.

Donald Trump taps Tea Party Republican Mick Mulvaney as budget director

President-elect Donald Trump has tapped South Carolina Rep. Mick Mulvaney — a deeply conservative proponent of federal spending cuts — as his White House budget director, several transition team officials announced Friday.

Reflecting on the Tea Party’s legacy in Minnesota

Earlier this week, we looked at the Occupy movement, a left-leaning effort that influenced politics and social movements across the country. Today, we consider the...

Florida’s Allen West, a tea party enthusiast, meets with Team Trump

West, now executive director at the Texas-based National Center for Policy Analysis, met Monday at Trump Tower with Vice President-elect Mike Pence; Michael T. Flynn, President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for national security adviser; and K.T. McFarland, Trump’s choice to be his deputy national security adviser.

Jill Stein Drops Pennsylvania State Wide Recount Suit, But it is Not Over!

Jill Stein stopped her statewide recount push in the Keystone State. However, she is continuing recount bids in individual districts. Her main claim for...

Judge to IRS: ‘Strong showing’ on Tea Party bias claim

CINCINNATI — A federal judge ruled this month in a lawsuit in the ongoing IRS Tea Party saga that there was "a strong showing"...

Judge orders IRS to clear tea party application backlog within month

A federal judge has ordered the IRS to finally clean up the tea party targeting mess, giving the tax agency less than a month to decide on a handful of applications that are still pending more than three years after officials first admitted they were targeting the conservative groups and subjecting them to intrusive scrutiny.

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Lois Lerner Pulls Move That Will Have Tea Partiers Shaking Their Heads

Lerner and her deputy, Holly Paz, filed a motion as of Thursday requesting that the courts seal their testimonies on the Tea Party targeting case, fearing that the “public dissemination of their deposition testimony would expose them and their families to to harassment and a credible risk of violence and physical harm.”

Any Chance Conservatives Will Finally Fight Back?

(This column was written before the deluge of sexual assault accusations hit the Roy Moore campaign in Alabama. At the time Codevilla's advice was...
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RE: The God Hole

What I’m running into here is what happens when religion is taken to the Nth level. I’m including one of my articles here expanding...