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Synopsis: Republicans who support the Tea Party remain more engaged in this year's election process and are much more motivated than non-Tea Party Republicans and other Americans.
Trying to figure out who the Tea Party candidate is in Montgomery County has proven a challenge.
In response to a letter to the editor "Tea Party Republicans are fooling no one'' (Telegram & Gazette, June 28): The author must have been suffering from a case of dyspepsia, or the letter was written out of ignorance of what the Tea Party advocates -- small government, liberty and limited spending.
The money raised from the tea party will allow Marie Curie Nurses to provide more free care to people with terminal illnesses in their own homes or one of the charity's nine hospices.
Senator Rand Paul will deliver the Tea Party response in the Lisagor Room at the National Press Club in Washington, D.
According to Albert Cover, a political science professor at Stonybrook University, Boehner appears to no longer worry about the Tea Party opposition.
He describes the tea trade and tea popularity; the British trading empire; the Stamp Act crisis; the Boston Massacre; the tea tax; political ideas and parties during the period; the problem of taxation without representation; political agitators like the Sons of Liberty; frontier economics; and lessons from the Tea Party.
The Tea Party members, who had been instrumental in Haley's 2010 victory, criticised her move as an attempt to abandon them, Politico reports.