Emily Nowak for Liberty Writers reports, This has been a winning week for President Trump and conservatives everywhere. First, the Washington Post reported that Hillary Clinton and the DNC were the ones that funded the salacious anti-Trump dossier.
President-elect Donald Trump hasn't yet publicly named a chief of staff, but already, a major tea party group is warning him against naming one of his reported top choices.
Republicans can drag democracy down with them … US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump campaigns in South Bend, Indiana Donald Trump's pending presidential nomination has confirmed what many have argued for years: The Republican Party
As U.S. Sen. John McCain readies his official announcement of a bid for a sixth term, national "tea party" organizations are stepping up their efforts to find a viable conservative opponent to challenge him in Arizona's 2016 Republican primary.
Now they're "Freedom Conservatives"
A few liberal pols get all the press, but the real work of movement-building is happening in the states
State Senator Chris McDaniel, who was narrowly defeated by incumbent U.S. Senator Thad Cochran (R-Mississippi) last Tuesday in a heated primary runoff, is soldiering on.
Radio ads in Mississippi senate race accused tea party candidate of Ku Klux Klan links and drove black Democrats to vote against him in a REPUBLICAN primary
Texas Congressmen Louie Gohmert and Bill Flores introduced legislation that offers a $1 million reward for any individual who can recover former IRS director Lois Lerner's "lost" emails.
Veteran U.S. Senator Thad Cochran of Mississippi narrowly defeated challenger Chris McDaniel on Tuesday in a high-profile runoff election that pitted the Republican party's old guard against its anti-establishment Tea Party movement.