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In Rubio’s Republican Party, Appeals To Victimhood Are Getting Old

| February 25, 2013

Republicans over the last decade or so have become a party that tethered their Election Day successes to an appeal to the lesser angels in people, on convincing voters they need to fear forces trying to take things away from them, that they need to look out for Number One, argues Dan Gelber.

Despite Setbacks, Florida Tea Party Activists Aren’t Ready to Hear Their Eulogies Yet

| February 12, 2013

In light of November 2012’s electoral setbacks, some are ready to write off the “tea party” as a movement whose time has come and gone, but don’t tell that to Florida’s grassroots activists.

The Tea Party, Missing from the Republican National Convention’s Big Tent

| August 30, 2012

Despite cluelessness by liberals and Democrats, those outside the tea party movement still don’t grasp that “people like me are the absolute last folks who would be invited to the RNC,” argues tea party leader Henry Kelley.

Tea Party Mojo: What Ted Yoho, Republican Who Defeated Cliff Stearns, Stands For

| August 17, 2012

Ted Yoho’s policy positions show him to be more than just a flame thrower with broad anti-government pronouncements. He unseated 12-term Congressman Cliff Stearns through a showman’s eye and the ability to use it to his campaign’s advantage.

Hi Governor Scott, It’s Me, an Early Tea Party Supporter. Not That Much Anymore.

| May 21, 2012

Henry Kelley, a tea party activist, ran Rick Scott’s Okaloosa County campaign and was pretty much the only “No Party Affiliated” person, given his deep-seated mistrust of Florida Republicans. He now tells Scott of his disappointment with his tenure.


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