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Lots of buzzing about former House majority leader Dick Armey parting ways with FreedomWorks, an organization that has close ties to the Tea Party movement. The AP is citing a confidential contract it obtained. The AP story is a follow to an exclusive by Mother Jones magazine, published Monday night, that Armey resigned as the advocacy group's chairman. Armey told the magazine that the advocacy group's management was "taking a direction I thought was unproductive, and I thought it was time to move on with my life.
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Years Later, Armey Once Again a Power in Congress
T he Tea Party movement prides itself on holding corrupt and spendthrift politicians to account, whatever their affiliation. It has set itself up as a scourge of the Washington boys' club, challenging representatives of both main parties with what it claims is the unpolished but genuine will of the American people. It comes as a surprise, then, that one of the most influential figures in the movement is a former senior Republican politician who sat in Congress for 18 years, eight of them as one of the most powerful Republicans on Capitol Hill. Doesn't that give the lie to the image the movement likes to project of being anti-establishment? Can you get much more establishment than being leader of the Republicans in the House of Representatives, as Dick Armey was, from to ?
They spoke about a wide range of issues… read more. They spoke about a wide range of issues including the state of the economy, federal spending programs, the growth of the Tea Party movement, health care, and government regulation. The Faith and Freedom Coalition held a Saturday session during its second annual conference. Speakers included U.