RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Tea Party Movement

A collection of news and information related to Tea Party Movement published by this site and its partners.

Top Tea Party Movement Articles

Displaying items 23-33
  • Rand Paul: Vive le difference

    WASHINGTON--In the continuing competition among 2016 Republican presidential aspirants, freshman Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky is out front in his bid to be the party's Un-Romney. In his formal declaration of candidacy, Paul indicated he had no intention of...
  • 'Neutral' Wasserman Schultz calls Hillary Clinton a 'special leader and a special woman'

    'Neutral' Wasserman Schultz calls Hillary Clinton a 'special leader and a special woman'
    With Hillary Clinton widely expected to announce her candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination over the weekend, U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz emphasized her neutrality on Friday – and went on to praise Clinton and the history making...
  • Rubio bid sets off scrutiny and attacks

    Rubio bid sets off scrutiny and attacks
    WASHINGTON — Sen. Marco Rubio's plunge into presidential politics is a high-stakes political gamble. He gives up a hard-won Senate seat in two years while setting off fierce attacks from Democrats and a host of critics. If Rubio falls short of...
  • Rand Paul struggles to get campaign started smoothly

    Sen. Rand Paul's first days as a presidential candidate have not gone as planned. The tea party favorite, first-term senator and son of a three-time presidential candidate, Paul is no stranger to attention. But in opening his campaign, he betrayed a...
  • What does Rand Paul presidential campaign mean for nervous Fed?

    MANCHESTER, N.H. Nearly six years ago, flanked by members of the Campaign for Liberty started after his father's presidential campaign, a longshot Kentucky candidate for Senate leaned into a bullhorn and called for the Federal Reserve to be scrapped....
  • In Congress, doing 'nothing' can mean doing something big

    Congress has been on spring break for two weeks, officially doing nothing. Could be a useful strategy. Sure, lawmakers are clamoring to get at some issues, such as President Barack Obama's nuclear negotiations with Iran, when they return Monday. But...
  • Bustos says she won't run for Senate, praises Duckworth

    U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos says she's decided not to challenge Republican Mark Kirk for his U.S. Senate seat. Bustos had been mulling a run, but said Monday that she won't run now that U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth is in the race for the Democratic nomination....
  • Obama to attend opening of Institute honoring Sen. Kennedy

    President Barack Obama summoned today's quarrelsome political leaders to emulate the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy in the pursuit of compromise on Monday, and said a new institute that bears the longtime Massachusetts senator's name can be as much an...
  • Teen libertarian is face of Brazil's young free-market right

    Microphone in hand and standing atop the sound truck, the raspy-voiced protest leader jabbed his finger into the air shouting for the ouster of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, igniting wild cheers from the crowd below him. "What Lula and Dilma have...
  • Five Myths About Texas Sen. Ted Cruz

    Five Myths About Texas Sen. Ted Cruz
    A political nobody just three years ago, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, is the first official candidate vying for the Republican Party's 2016 presidential nomination. His was a noisy entrance into government, marked by outspokenness and partisanship that clearly...
  • Commentary: Cruz gives 'birthers' a taste of their own medicine

    When Barack Obama was running for president, rumors circulated on the Internet and Fox News that he was not really an American citizen. Right-wing tea party adherents, for the most part, questioned Obama's qualifications to be elected president and...