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  • South Florida Republican leaders to break bread with controversial tea party leader

    South Florida Republican leaders to break bread with controversial tea party leader
    The top Republican Party leaders from three South Florida counties are joining forces Saturday with a tea party activist known for incendiary comments she has directed at other Republican leaders. The party chairmen from Broward, Palm Beach and Martin...
  • Mayo: Let's wipe out tax on toilet paper

    Mayo: Let's wipe out tax on toilet paper
    Forget the Tea Party. With Florida flush, Gov. Scott proposing a record $77 billion budget and state leaders looking for ways to dole out a $1 billion surplus, I say it's time to bring back my TP Party. The platform: Let's wipe out sales tax on toilet...
  • John Boehner: Tea Party uses me

    John Boehner: Tea Party uses me
    In an interview Sunday with "60 Minutes," House Speaker John Boehner says the Tea Party has used him quite successfully to raise money. "My voting record is as conservative as anybody here," the Ohio Republican tells Scott Pelley. "The issue with the...
  • Bill Maher: Political correctness worse than ever

    Bill Maher: Political correctness worse than ever
    Comedian Bill Maher bemoans political correctness but sees a bounty of jokes inspired by politicians. Will Democrat Hillary Clinton run for president? “I have no doubt — unless she’s been faking it for 67 years,” says Maher,...
  • Ted Cruz on 'true conservatives'

    Ted Cruz on 'true conservatives'
    I don't believe Texas Sen. Ted Cruz when he says tea party activists must help nominate a Republican from their own ranks for the 2016 race or risk losing a third consecutive presidential election ("Cruz says true conservative needed," Jan. 19). Senator...
  • Republicans criticize Obama's State of the Union as partisan

    Lacking the presidential bully pulpit but boasting the largest congressional majority in generations, ‎top Republicans accused President Obama of loading his State of the Union address with partisan priorities instead of demonstrating the leadership...
  • Gov. Rick Perry, leaving office, ends an influential era in Texas

    Gov. Rick Perry, leaving office, ends an influential era in Texas
    There is something every man and woman holding appointive office in Texas shares, whether sitting on the Supreme Court or serving on the Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners. Each and every one of them — thousands in all — was put there...
  • Parties unite for congressional lawmakers' farewell speeches

    Parties unite for congressional lawmakers' farewell speeches
    Along with acrimonious backroom deals, late-night hours and stale take-out dinners is another tradition of the final days of Congress: the goodbyes. This year's farewell addresses offered an alternative view of the era of divided government — a...
  • Double standard shows when parties cast blame for killings

    Double standard shows when parties cast blame for killings
    Going by objective standards of reason and fairness, Al Sharpton is not to blame for the assassination of two New York City cops over the weekend. Nor are New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, President Obama or any of the...
  • Issa's big dud: No White House connection to IRS 'scandal'

    Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Vista) wasted enormous congressional resources over the last 18 months trying to inflate the IRS "scandal" into a mountain. The release Tuesday of his final, petulant report on the affair marks what may be its final decline into a...
  • Doyle McManus' 2014 hits and misses

    "Prediction is difficult, especially about the future,” Yogi Berra once said. Wait — let me correct that. It wasn't Yogi Berra; it was Niels Bohr. Or maybe Mark Twain. It's correction time. For columnists, the end of the year is a time to...