The Tea Party movement spontaneously formed in 2009 from the reaction of the American people to fiscally irresponsible actions of the federal government, misguided “stimulus” spending, bailouts and takeovers of private industry. Within the first few weeks of the movement, Tea Party Patriots formed to support the millions of Americans seeking to improve our great nation through renewed support for fiscal responsibility, constitutionally limited government, and free market economic policies.
Tea Party Patriots co-founder Jenny Beth Martin did not shy away from voicing her dissatisfaction with Republicans' new health-care proposal during her appearance Thursday on CNN's New Day. Martin, a longtime Tea Party leader and columnist for The Washington Times, was among those who met with President Trump on Wednesday night to discuss the American Health Care Act rolled out earlier this week. "If it passes the way it is presented right now, the hardworking taxpayers of this ...
Tea Party Patriots: protests at your local IRS at noon on Tuesday, May 21.
Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price assembled dozens of conservative leaders today at the White House to discuss the multi-faceted effort to repeal and replace Obamacare. The Vice President and the Secretary highlighted the work being accomplished through legislative and regulatory efforts to end Obamacares government takeover of healthcare and provide market-based reforms that will lower costs and provide more choice to Americans. They also invited…
#2 ACTIVATE: I want to make sure I’m registered to vote and adopt a schlub friend. I commit to registering FOUR schlub friends. I commit to be a part of the global Tea Party movement the week of Restoring Love: FreePac & Constitutional Conference. I want to join a team – 9/12 Project, FreedomWorks, or a local Tea Party.
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US History Middle School Lesson Plan: Tea Act and Boston Tea Party -- This 60 minute lesson helps students answer the questions: What key events led to Parliament passing the Tea Act?Why were the colonies upset by the new taxes?How did patriots react to t