Walter Hudson

North Star Tea Party Patriots

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Co-Founder of Minnesota's North Star Tea Party Patriots and blogger at Fightin' Words

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Democrats wanted a spending freeze, while Republicans demanded $61 billion in cuts.  The final agreement was $39 billion, and the Republicans dropped efforts to undercut healthcare…

Winners and Losers in the Budget Shutdown Showdown

Democrats wanted a spending freeze, while Republicans demanded $61 billion in cuts.  The final agreement was $39 billion, and the Republicans dropped efforts to undercut healthcare…

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The government shutdown was  averted  on Friday night with only an hour to spare. Even though details have not been revealed, both sides claim victory.

The Shutdown Showdown

The government shutdown was averted on Friday night with only an hour to spare. Even though details have not been revealed, both sides claim victory.

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