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Strong In 2010, Where Is The Tea Party Now?

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Strong In 2010, Where Is The Tea Party Now?

Strong In 2010, Where Is The Tea Party Now?

Strong In 2010, Where Is The Tea Party Now?

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Tea Party activist William Temple waits for Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida to deliver a speech titled, Is America Still an Exceptional Nation? during the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C. on Thursday. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Tea Party activist William Temple waits for Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida to deliver a speech titled, Is America Still an Exceptional Nation? during the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C. on Thursday.

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In this week's podcast of weekends on All Things Considered, a look at the Tea Party movement in 2012. Plus, Afghan vet Sam Brown and how virtual snowmen changed his life. Also, the first man to reach the million-dollar mark on Kickstarter, Kwasi Kwarteng and Latin American hip-hop star Ana Tijoux.