Thursday, March 10, 2011


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After taking a shellacking in the last round of elections in the West San Gabriel Valley, the tea party rebounded - sending one candidate to San Gabriel City Hall and the other into a runoff for the Pasadena School Board.
tea party crashes Pasadena area elections

Several tea party movement figures have now responded to the distasteful remarks National Public Radio (NPR) Foundation's nonprofit President Ron Schiller made about the conservatives, and them in particular.
tea party groups respond to NPR's Ron Schiller's disparaging remarks

The tea party is boiling over the hidden-camera video of an NPR executive calling the organization a gun-toting...
tea party steamed at NPR exec's slap

NPR president and CEO Vivian Schiller resigned Wednesday under pressure, a day after an undercover video showed one of her executives on a hidden camera calling the tea party racist and saying the news organization would be better off without taxpayer money.
NPR CEO resigns after aide criticizes tea party

The populist protesters walk in lockstep on small government demands, but seem lost on what to do overseas. Will that limit the tea party's power?
The tea party's risky foreign-policy dilemma

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