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Please Send to your Senator and Congressmen


I am sending this to virtually everybody on my e-mail list and that includes conservatives, liberals, and everybody in between. Even though we may

disagree on a number of issues, I consider all of you to be true…


Added by R.T. Hudgins on February 14, 2010 at 1:23pm — 1 Comment

Is Barry Obama a Fraud?

Is Obama a fraud?

Wow. This is very interesting,...…


Added by R.T. Hudgins on February 14, 2010 at 1:08pm — 2 Comments

No Internet Connection Outreach

Thank you.
I would add the suggestion that all Internet TP users make as good use of their printers, telephones, and coffee pots as possible for copied, phone relayed and face-to-face conversations.
Great use of the new in your notice below, good crossover with strong existing infrastructure;
add a pinch of keep the old and feels like continued progress to me.
No child left behind did not work as expected.
Change we can believe in is…

Added by Diane M Konrady on February 14, 2010 at 9:04am — No Comments

Is there a directory of contact information for those who are involved at what might be considered the "managerial" level of the Tea Party Organization? I'm a little concerned about the lack of orga…

Is there a directory of contact information for those who are involved at what might be considered the "managerial" level of the Tea Party Organization?

I'm a little concerned about the lack of organization and the lack of "go to" people in this movement on both the national and local levels. I understand and agree that the TP movement should not become personality based and should NOT be identified with one particular personality/politician. I believe that would be the…


Added by Joel on February 14, 2010 at 7:30am — 3 Comments

Ronald Reagan Would Have Supported Tea Party Movement, Says Son

What would Ronald Reagan think of the TEA Party movement today, and what would he think of Sarah Palin? In a recent interview with MSLSD's Hardball and HLN's Joy Behar Show, his left leaning son, Ron, would have you believe President Reagan would have looked down on the tea partiers. Since much of Ronald Reagan's success came from the grass roots, I would have to disagree, as does his oldest son Michael, who played a much bigger role in his campaign.



Added by Cathy O'Brien on February 13, 2010 at 8:18pm — No Comments

Beware! Look what the Anti-Teaparty groups really are!

Look who is giving all the thousands of dollars to these groups. Probably the same ones that gave to Obama before the 2008 election. When you pull up the above site scroll down to the list below and click on the Donations or the IRS forms. If you belong to one of these groups you…


Added by Bob J Criswell on February 12, 2010 at 12:00pm — No Comments


The other day I was watching one of my religious shows, "Light of the Southwest", and the guest that day was Walid Shoebat( Walid is an ex-terrorist member of Hamas and now spends his time using his former knowledge to try to warn America of Islamist activity here on our soil.

What he presented that day in these videos made my hair stand on end, my blood pressure to rise, and stirred an anger in me I never felt…


Added by chris l welch on February 12, 2010 at 9:54am — 3 Comments


Everytime you hear the lie that Bush inherited a surplus when he took office after Clinton, always keep in mind "Every economic crisis we have suffered since WWII has been the result of Democratic Party malfeasance or misfeasance." There is another tidbit to always keep in mind -- The left lies all the time; they have to.



Added by Cathy O'Brien on February 11, 2010 at 7:58pm — No Comments


It should not be forgotten that Obama has talked about his desire to re-write our Constitution, because it "is a charter of negative liberties; says what the states can't do to you; says what the federal government can't do to you; but it doesn't say what the federal government or the state government must do on your behalf". Exactly!! They knew exactly what they were doing, and it is…


Added by Cathy O'Brien on February 11, 2010 at 5:26pm — 1 Comment


The Tea Party movement is under attack again, and this time it's by the very people who recently thrashed the Supreme Court for their narrow decision to preserve freedom of speech. With all the noise Obama and his defenders made against this decision, they are the biggest offenders. A group of big corporate companies have organized a new web site targeting the tea parties under the guise of a grassroots organization. It's a very tangled web of corporations, big labor unions, tons of…


Added by Cathy O'Brien on February 10, 2010 at 8:15pm — No Comments

Looking for members near me

I am retired in Canby, OR. and would like to be more active in the Tea Party. Iwould like to hearfrom other members close to where I live. Contact me at:

Added by John Phyinis Ogle on February 10, 2010 at 6:41pm — No Comments

Why We Need Term Limits! We must not let history repeat itself!

Bread and Circuses

History tells of how the ancient Romans devised a plan in 140 B.C. to win the votes of the poor; by giving out cheap food and entertaintainment, as a way to gain popularity and thereby buy their votes in elections, Spanish intellectuals between the 19th and 20th centuries complained about the similar pan y toros ("bread and bullfights"). It appears similarly in Russian as хлеба и зрелищ ("bread and spectacle").. The Roman poet Juvenal called this phenomenon "bread… Continue

Added by Bob J Criswell on February 10, 2010 at 2:30pm — No Comments


By now, it should be pretty apparent Obama has no intention of a bi-partisan reconciliation on his non-existent [health care] 'Plan' or the House plan or the Senate plan. We all know it's a trap to hog the mike, which is not exactly a meeting. As we speak, Pelosi is scheming a new way to shove her plan through, so why the meeting, when he plans to ram it through anyway? This is another showboating appearance to look 'presidential', when the past year has shown he is anything but. No…


Added by Cathy O'Brien on February 10, 2010 at 1:26pm — No Comments

Keith Olbermann doesn't speak for me.

Clearly Keith Olbermann doesn't speak for me.
Read for yoursleves what the Supreme Court actually made it's decision on:

and read what others have to say about that decision:

Added by Bob J Criswell on February 10, 2010 at 12:38pm — No Comments

What They’re Saying About The Citizens United v. FEC Supreme Court Decision

Contrary to what Mr. President said about the Supreme Court Decision, the following people had this to say about free speech!

Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY), Senate Republican Leader:

“For too long, some in this country have been deprived of full participation in the political process. With today’s monumental decision, the Supreme Court took an important step in the direction of restoring the First Amendment rights of these groups by ruling that the Constitution… Continue

Added by Bob J Criswell on February 10, 2010 at 12:27pm — No Comments

Term Limits?

Hi Everyone,

I just joined up a few minutes ago so I’m new to the website. The main reason that I have joined up is because I would like to see this movement force the House and Senate to pass term limits. Has this been discussed in detail on here, and if so, what’s the consensus? I’m for two terms in the Senate and Five in the House.... What say you? I think this is a vital step in getting rid of…


Added by Brandon Farris on February 9, 2010 at 9:52pm — 3 Comments


Over the past 18 months, I have learned more than I ever thought possible, and done things completely outside my little private lifestyle, as have hundreds of thousands -- no millions -- have done. A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step. What we saw happening got us out of our comfort zone, to become engaged in unknown territory, because the very definition of Conservatives is non-combative, who works hard to earn a decent living, and take care of…


Added by Cathy O'Brien on February 9, 2010 at 7:24pm — No Comments

Massachusetts Breaks New Ground: Double Dipping Politicians, Only Half As Many Needed

The point is not that Lantigua has two jobs. Many people do. What
really matters is that he is going to continue his pattern of recklessly
self-serving behavior until he is forced to stop, at which point he
will undoubtedly claim persecution, anti-immigrant backlash, and evil
Republicans. The fact is that none of the above are true, especially
not here.


Added by Richard Whitney on February 9, 2010 at 11:59am — No Comments

anyone know?

Is there going to be a tea Party rally in Boston on April 11th?

Added by Paul J. Baldassari on February 8, 2010 at 5:32pm — No Comments

The Dangers of Cosmetics

What we do want is very simple: minimal government interference and

maximum assistance in living the best lives we can for ourselves, our

families, and our communities. We want to help the people that need

help, not those the government decides are worthy. We want to hire

those that can do the job, not those the government deems worthy. We

want to conduct business, make profits, and spend those monies at other

business, thereby helping to ensure prosperity for… Continue

Added by Richard Whitney on February 8, 2010 at 2:54pm — No Comments

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1 Billion Dollar Net Worth!!! Oberlin College Claims Poverty To Avoid Paying Punitive Damages To Gibson’s Bakery

Although IRS reports show the university is worth around $1 billion, Oberlin College still claimed poverty to avoid paying punitive damages to Gibson’s Bakery.

As Breitbart News reported this week, the far-left Oberlin College lost a defamation case filed by Gibson’s Bakery after a local jury found the university liable for falsely accusing the family bakery of racism.

The jury ordered Oberlin on Friday to pay Gibson’s $11.2 million in compensatory damages for defamation and intentional interference with a business.

Legal Insurrection reported on Thursday that “the jury awarded a total of $33 million in punitive damages, which will probably be reduced by the court to $22 million because of the state law cap at twice compensatory.”

Legal Insurrection has been following the case for two years — since the beginning — and reports that the school’s only defense against a sizable punitive award is to pretend it is poor, despite holding assets that amount to a billion — with a “b” — dollars and despite paying some of its staffers more than a half-million dollars a year:

Oberlin College was so hellbent on getting the message out that their cash liquidity was in such dire straits — as the eight-person jury was figuring out if they wish to add $22.4 million to the school’s legal verdict bill — that they brought out the school’s president, Carmen Twillie Ambar to the stand to tell that part the story.

“We’ve created deficits … and over the next ten years, if this continues, that is unsustainable and we will not exist,” Ambar told the jury. She even indicated the school’s grants — about $60 million a year from the school, and lots of students get those scholarships as only 10% of them pay the full $70,000 a year — were important to preserve as “the accessibility of education” was a key component of the school’s purpose.


The college has more than $1 billion in funds and net assets according to the latest IRS 990 form, an endowment fund that had grown from $440 million to $887 million in the last 20 years, and because of its non-profit status, pays no taxes on any property it owns.

It also had 18 members of their administration making more than $100,00 a year. The president and chief financial officer of the school were both making more than $500,000 a year.

Grifters gonna grift…

The day after Donald Trump won the presidency, this nutball school apparently decided to take out its impotent woke-rage on this poor bakery, which has been part of the Oberlin community for more than a century.

It all started when three Oberlin students (who would later plead guilty in a plea deal) attempted to steal bottles of wine.

The proprietors caught the students and, while attempting to hold them until police arrived, were allegedly roughed up by the shoplifters. But because the students are black and the proprietors white — and with no respect for due process or facts — Oberlin staffers and students decided some vigilantism was in order and did everything in their considerable power to destroy this local bakery forever, to smite it off the map.

Classes were canceled so hundreds of students could protest in front of the small store while enjoying free food and drink, courtesy of the school. School staffers handed out fliers that basically described the family-owned bakery as the local branch of the KKK.

As a result, the bakery had to lay off almost all of its employees and barely avoided bankruptcy.

In the end, the three shoplifters said race had nothing to do with what happened.

For those of you interested in incurring $200,000 in debt before you even enter the workforce, it looks as though you can major in Mob Justice at Oberlin.


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