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Senator Jim DeMint: Conservative Of The Year

He did not start out a conservative fighter. He was no warrior when he first arrived on Capitol Hill in 1999. Jim DeMint had replaced Rep. Bob Inglis in South Carolina’s 4th Congressional District. Inglis had vacated the seat to run a losing race against Senator Ernest Hollins.

DeMint’s tenure started out like that of most freshmen congressmen — anonymous and committed to bringing home the bacon, much like Rep. Inglis who, when Senator DeMint moved up to the Senate, moved back into his old House seat until the tea party movement threw him out in 2010.

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House Republicans Schedule Vote On Healthcare Repeal For Next Week

By Russell Berman

House Republicans plan to fulfill a campaign promise and hold a vote next week on repealing the healthcare reform law.

The incoming House majority leader, Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.), announced Monday that the vote will take place on Jan. 12, one week after Republicans take control of the House.

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Orlando Political Press 2010 Performance Review

With the books now closed on 2010 and looking back on our first year of operation, we here at Orlando Political Press are excited to share our performance results with our readers and give a glimpse of a few things we have in store for 2011.

OPP began operation as an alternative news source with a conservative perspective and has been growing steadily. Close to 2000 fellow Floridians now receive our ‘Daily Update’, sent directly to subscriber’s via email and we are also on FaceBook and Twitter.