Month: May 2014

The Tea Party’s Texas Advantage

When it comes to politics every state is different – from the way populations are spread to demographic composition. Texas, which is holding primary run-off elections tonight, looks as though it is going to give the tea party some big

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Signs of an Emerging Tea Party Problem with Evangelicals

It’s only May, but one emerging theme in the 2014 campaign is the decline in influence of the group/movement/loose confederation in American politics known at the Tea Party. Candidates associated with the Tea Party have yet to knock off an

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An Evangelical Edge for Mitch McConnell in Kentucky?

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell entered 2014 as one of the most endangered senators for the Republican Party, according to political analysts. But it now looks as though he will easily fend off his primary challenge. And an examination of

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