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Mike Wilson

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Founder and President of the Cincinnati Tea Party and a co founder of the Ohio Liberty Council Group, a network of 65 grass roots organizations

Mike Wilson on KCRW

GOP presidential candidates faced a Tea Party crowd last night. Before the debate, CNN worked with Tea Party groups to recruit the audience and ask some of the questions.

The Tea Party: Past, Present and Future

GOP presidential candidates faced a Tea Party crowd last night. Before the debate, CNN worked with Tea Party groups to recruit the audience and ask some of the questions.

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During the debt-ceiling debate, one prominent pundit said Tea Party members of Congress of "[held] the nation hostage" by refusing to compromise.

The Tea Party and the GOP Presidential Nomination

During the debt-ceiling debate, one prominent pundit said Tea Party members of Congress of "[held] the nation hostage" by refusing to compromise.

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When they controlled both houses of Congress last year, Democrats failed to pass a budget for this year.  Now Republicans are in charge of the lower house—where all spending…

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