If Brat's win on Tuesday means anything, it is that there is a very healthy appetite among Republican Party primary voters for an agenda that improves the everyday lives of average Americans by cutting back on Big Government programs that help Big Business.
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The resounding victory that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell scored over "tea party" businessman Matt Bevin this past week, the media has flown into a tizzy.
As a friendly reminder, tax day is tomorrow which means it's a good time to remind everyone just how much time and energy they're spending to get their returns to the IRS.
A Republican candidate running for U.S. Senate in Georgia is being criticized by a fellow primary opponent for only having a high school degree. Candidate Karen Handel, who is the former secretary of state in Georgia, never graduated from college.
In response to its own inappropriate targeting of conservative, patriot and tea party groups, the IRS has proposed a new set of rules limiting the free speech of tax exempt groups.