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Monday, April 15, 2019

10 Years After First Rallies, What the Tea Party’s Legacy Is

 
 
Apr 15, 2019
 

Good morning from Washington on Tax Day. Your income tax returns should be postmarked by midnight (unless you live in Maine, Massachusetts, or the District of Columbia). It's also the 10th anniversary of the tea party revolt against high taxes, and Fred Lucas looks at what the movement accomplished. Where do your taxes go? Justin Bogie and Adam Michel chart it. Plus: Kevin Mooney on who's bankrolling a push for the Green New Deal, Elizabeth Slattery on two Supreme Court cases to watch, and Hans von Spakovsky on a favorite judge of the open-borders crowd.

 
 
 
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On the movement's 10th anniversary, the phrase "tea party" is seldom used, but organizers there at the beginning say the spirit and principles continue.
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This is another example of a judge going far beyond the bounds of his authority and interfering with the president's ability to deal with a national security crisis.
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The average American household forks over more than $26,000 to the federal government each year.
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Beginning Thursday in Boston, the environmental advocacy group will go on a speaking tour, called "Road to the Green New Deal," that will visit nine major U.S. cities.
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On today's podcast, we're talking to two enterprising reporters who spent the past few months contributing to The Daily Signal.
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One case is about whether the Trump administration can put a citizenship question on the census.
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"The EPA has exceeded its original charter and mandate to encroach upon landowners and private citizens. It has become a land-grab organization controlled and run by fools who don't know land management nor organization," writes James Maxwell of Porter, Texas.
 
     
 
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