The day after Labor Day, just as campaign season was entering its final frenzy, FreedomWorks, the Washington-based tea party organization, went into free fall.
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President Obama's inaugural committee will accept corporate donations this time around, reversing a policy from four years ago banning such contributions, a spokeswoman said Friday.
Tea party activists hailed DeMint's move to Heritage as a sign that the think tank will play a more prominent role fighting for conservative causes.
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He met with West Wing staff.
White House officials signaled in their strongest terms to date that President Obama won't negotiate a fiscal cliff solution until congressional Republicans agree to raise the tax rate on the country's wealthiest 2 percent.
Dick Armey’s exit from FreedomWorks highlights the debate over the movement’s direction.