Category - tea party

  • 1 Aug 2011

    The Green Party has questioned the viability and legitimacy of a world financial system that is being held to ransom by a few people in a single country.

  • 28 Jan 2011

    The extraordinary arc of Barack Obama’s popular appeal tells a deeper story of America: of how the relationship between liberalism and religion was forged, then frayed and broken, and how the president’s rhetoric offered the mirage of healing. Theo Hobson asks what, if anything, can be recovered from the ashes of a once-potent compact.

  • 18 Nov 2010

    What does the liquid insurgency of the Tea Party movement in the United States mean for political processes on both sides of the Atlantic? Simon Barrow compares and contrasts government, opposition and voter disaffiliation in the UK and the USA.

  • 3 Nov 2010

    52 % of all Tea Party supporters are born-again evangelical Christians, according to a post-election survey in the USA.