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Indiana Tea Party

Marked by the State Seal, this page is for organizing events and outreach for all of the Indiana Regions. This state group is intended for Indiana Patriots with focused discussion, events and attendance possibilities. Please join this group ONLY if you reside in the state of Indiana. Group leaders have the right to remove you from a state group if you do not reside in that group.

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Comment by Dave Wooldridge on November 25, 2013 at 1:29pm

It's been quite a while, but this site has the best references and guidelines for action, that I know of. Back on the Main Page, there are scads of pages to read, and a listing of 'committees' to get active with. Groups w/in groups who specialize in media-watching, etc. On the top banner of this page are several pages to look at, and the specialty pages for volunteering.   Don't be just a Hoosier Tea Partier; Coast-to-coast orgs. are set up so are state by state, so you can get country-wide coverage of what's going on.Have talked to some in AZ. many times about McCain and Fluke (?) Also, the Indiana Tea Party has a separate page set up ( don't know the web address, off hand, but...) We really need new blood in the system, to energize the dormant, occasional blogger. Just take a little time, and check through all the pages here, and jump in to get involved. 

No, I'm hardly 'in charge,' but at one time was the State Rep. for In. so maybe we can re-light the fire in others. Just treat this as one, big clearance house, with all sorts of ideas on what, and how to move forward. Thanks for being there!

One thing; Have you registered and joined ? Getting your name out there with new posts is an excellent idea.

Comment by Vicki L. Wahlin on November 24, 2013 at 10:49am

Hey Dave, thank you for responding to my comment.  I am new to this site so still trying to figure out how to respond to comments and everything else.  I am so eager to get started doing something, anything, I can taste it.  There is soo much to be done.  Are you the one in charge of the website here in Indy?  I only ask because I get a lot of emails with updated info that I think REALLY needs to be on the state webpage.  Me and my friend Yvonne really want to get started in making some kind of difference, just uniting with others like us.  We need to get everybody united, not just in Indy, but all over the country and start marching/standing/protesting against this administration.  Please let us know your thoughts as we are going to start some of our own ideas on getting people involved. 

Comment by Dave Wooldridge on November 22, 2013 at 11:23pm
Agreed; I've been caught up in the FB addiction, and between here, and the Tea Party site plus life in general lately, I've been remiss in logging in here. But am a lot more energized by listening to Limbaugh, Hannity and Levin ( Sounds like a Conservative Law Firm, doesn't it?) and actually hearing solutions rather than just bloviating. Just my 2cents worth ( before inflation sets in ) but somehow we've got to get into an educational mode, to really show the difference between the two parties, OR try to elevate the TeaParty into a viable Political Party. If I've learned nothing else from the last five years, it's that both parties listen to the dollar more than the voter. Either a new generation of Representatives need to be voted in to counter the Progressives in BOTH parties, or we, the people might be ripe to begin a political revolution of our own.
Comment by yvonne metcalfe on November 22, 2013 at 5:45pm

Dave:  Hey, just a thought, this site needs to be maintained and updated by someone hello? 

I do want to do something and I am glad there are others who do as well.

Comment by Dave Wooldridge on November 21, 2013 at 7:32am

Vicki;   The explosion of Facebook, and other IM sites might be one big reason, but from my perspective, I think it.s just a BIG case of what CAN we do? Neither political party is responsive to the voter, and like a spoiled brat, they're gonna do what they're gonna do no matter what, so why bother?  I know that's wrong and dangerous, but ...                         also, I think the implosion of the Mourdock campaign just killed any amount of energy left in Hoosier politics for a period.  I DO think that, yes our guard was let down big time by candidates who promise one thing and deliver nothing, but after the BHO elections, the whole country is in a PTSD-syndrome funk.   First on the agenda ...yes, update the site and remove the photo of Mourdock, because I really don't think he's gonna return to politics . ...oh, and doon't forget the In. Dept. of Education screw-up with Bennett and,...what's her face ( can't remember her name right now)THERE'S a piece of work for you.                               I think it just boils down to a bitter pill that we'd rather not take again mentality.  Yes, we DO need to wake up , and first demand accountability from those in power now. Especially local and state GOP organizations. How can an organization be so ...what's the word...detatched from the voter, yet claim to represent our thoughts, will and best interest?

Comment by Vicki L. Wahlin on November 19, 2013 at 7:30pm

Why are all of these post so outdated?  We need to get on the ball and stop this big government agenda that the president has.  Where is everybody in Indiana?  We need to stand and UNITE!  Now is the time, united we stand, divided we will fall.  Please lets get our fires burning again.  We have elections coming up in 2014 that we need to help out in and take back control of this mess.  We have to remember that we are the MAJORITY even if it feels like we aren't sometimes but we ARE, that is why they don't like us!!!  Please remember that, we can do this. I need to know where there are meetings here in Indianapolis that bring us together?  Please let me know

Comment by Dave Wooldridge on December 8, 2012 at 9:43am

Now, semi-recovered, and still somewhat shell-shocked, I cannot believe 1) The results of the election, and 2)Why nobody has honestly challenged the results. Have we become that much of a wuss nation, that nobody would DARE challenge King Barack I? The Poll Inspector was a real experience; (NOT to be racist, or anything!, but...) It was in an all black/Democratic precinct, and WOW! the number of first-time voters coming in w/ parents DEMANDING that their kids vote for BHO. Quite the eye-opener. Was glad to see three or four kids from Lawrence Central H.S. working as interns getting some experience. Overall, quite a sobering experience. Very positive experience, even if the outcome wasn't what we wanted. Cannot believe the there were MILLIONS of people who didn't vote! THAT'S what seemed to be the difference. We, as Conservatives need to do a much better job of getting the people to the polls. It's not enough to get the message out; w/o the voters, we can't advance ANYTHING.

Comment by Dave Wooldridge on November 1, 2012 at 5:31pm

Just got word today that we'll be able to work the polls as a Judge on Tues!! I thought it might be too late, but there's a training session this weekend in the CC Building in Indy. Hey, it might not be too late; make sure that what happens Tues. is on the up and up. Give it a shot!

 

Comment by Robert Bolino on June 10, 2012 at 6:25am

Why I'm I here in the Tea Party?


Went up to Greek town in Detroit about 4yr's. ago, for New Years. My wife won $1,200.00.

When we did our tax's, or preparer told me, I had to pay Indiana State Tax on it! I told them I had already payed Michigan State tax on it, And here's the receipt, I won it in Michigan, Why would I have to pay Indiana State tax too?

 It's the law, and we can't fill this out unless you do!

I asked, can I get back my money from Michigan. You have to apply for it, how much is that going to cost me ?

Why that's just the same as the tax, It will cost me to get my money back! Well, thank you Indiana! I have not gone gambling  in this or another since.  I guess thats a way to legally Double Tax us.

I've saved money, did Indiana make any MORE?  

P.S every time I come on I'll give you a new story.

Why, am I here, in the Tea Party.

Comment by americanmobi on March 7, 2012 at 3:32am

WE NEED TO GET THE MESSAGE OUT IF MORE AMERICANS DONT HELP PAY FOR WHAT THEY GET FREE FROM AMERICA, HOW DO YOU THINK AMERICA CAN SURVIVE ? WE MUST GO MOBILE NOW !

 

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CRIME!! -> ICE Deports Quarter Of A Million Illegal Aliens, 6K Gang Members In 2018

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency in Fiscal Year 2018 deported more than 256,000 illegal aliens out of the United States, including about 6,000 suspected or known gang members.

Between September 2017 and October 2018, ICE agents deported 95,360 illegal aliens living throughout the interior of the U.S. and 160,725 illegal aliens who were caught by Border Patrol crossing into the country.

Most significant are the number of deportations ICE agents conducted for the more than 95,000 illegal aliens who were living throughout the interior of the country. There are anywhere from 11 to 22 million illegal aliens living across the U.S. at any given time, straining the capacity of ICE.

This year, though, ICE increased deportations of illegal aliens living in the U.S. by more than 45 percent since President Obama’s last year in office, when only about 65,000 illegal aliens living in the U.S. were deported.

The number of ICE deportations of convicted criminal illegal aliens and those with pending criminal charges has increased about 11.5 percent since Fiscal Year 2016, with more than 168,000 convicted criminal and suspected criminal illegal aliens being deported out of the U.S. this year.

In a tremendous increase, ICE hiked the number of illegal alien gang members deported by more than 185 percent compared to Fiscal Year 2016. This year, nearly 6,000 illegal aliens who are known or suspected gang members were deported out of the U.S. by ICE. Compare that to the only about 2,000 illegal alien gang members were deported in Obama’s last year in office.

Likewise, ICE deported a steady level of suspected or known illegal alien terrorists, totaling about 42 deportations for Fiscal Year 2018, a slight decrease from the 45 who were deported last year.

The ICE data also reveals the effectiveness of Trump’s visa sanctions on foreign countries refusing to take back their nationals. Throughout this year, the Trump administration placed visa restrictions on Cambodia, Cuba, Eritrea, Guinea, and Sierra Leone, as all those nations would not take their nationals back from the U.S.

This Fiscal Year 2018, after all five nations were hit with visa sanctions, the number of nationals deported to the foreign countries skyrocketed with a 279 percent increase in deportations from the U.S. to Cambodia, a 189 percent increase in deportations to Cuba, and a nearly 150 percent increase in deportations to Guinea.

As Breitbart News most recently reported, illegal immigration to the U.S. has continuously risen over the last three months to record levels. Last month, illegal immigration at the United States-Mexico border soared to levels that the country has not seen since Fiscal Year 2014, when more than 51,500 illegal aliens tried to cross the border in April 2015.

Meanwhile, illegal immigration costs American taxpayers about $116 billion every year, and the U.S.-born children of illegal aliens — granted birthright citizenship — cost taxpayers about $2.4 billion annually. There are about 300,000 “anchor babies,” the common name for U.S.-born child of illegal aliens, born every year which exceeds U.S. births in 48 states.

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