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Party Elites Helping Insurgent Candidates in the Push to November
Establishment money is helping to fuel the campaigns of anti-establishment candidates. Consider Kentucky's Rand Paul, a favorite of small-government "Tea Party" activists. Since winning the GOP primary May 18, the ophthalmologist and first-time candidate has been busy working to rebuild his
Loan Me Your Ears - The Debate Over Student Debt (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES ON THE AGENDA: Today President Obama will hold an event at the White House urging Congress to act to prevent student loan interest rates from doubling in July, ABC’s ARLETTE SAENZ notes. He will be joined by college students...
Sarah Palin’s 'Mama Grizzlies' Put to the Test
ABC News’ Huma Khan reports: The power of Sarah Palin’s endorsements will once again be put to the test today as one of her "mama grizzlies," Karen Handel, faces off in Georgia’s GOP gubernatorial primary. Handel, Georgia’s former secretary of...
Tea Party Test: Conservative Movement's Strength Unclear in Midterm Elections
National Candidates Backed by the Tea Party Movement Have Had Mixed Results
Washington Watch Out: Palin Riles Up 'Mama Grizzlies'
Look out Washington, D.C., " mama grizzlies " are coming. Or so goes the message Sarah Palin is sending in her political action committee's first video released this morning on YouTube . Palin coined the term " mama grizzly " for the female Republican candidates that she has endorsed. But the new
Oct. 10, 1973: Vice President Agnew Resigns
Spiro Agnew resigns from position in office, pleads no contest to tax evasion.
Sarah Palin's Endorsements Pack a Punch
Unlikely Candidates Supported by Former Alaska Governor Have Won Key Nominations in 2010 Races
Dare and Truth: Obama challenges GOP -- but trust deficit remains
Everyone says they want to play together. But really, nobody wants to get played. (And it’s easier to call for the other side to stop scoring political points when you’re winning the game.)
Palin: 'Incognito,' or a Wink to Supporters?
Sarah Palin claims she meant no offense to Sen. John McCain by wearing a visor with McCain's name blacked out while vacationing in Hawaii -- as captured in photos posted to TMZ.com.