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"The Law" by Frederic Bastiat: Liberty and the Government
This is a must-read fundamental relationship between individual freedom and government. 

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  Anacortes Tea Party Schedule 2014 It's Time to get Involved
Syria: Stand Down Alan West; A Letter to the President  
Our American form of Government Our Judeo-Christian Nation Guidlines for Selection of Judges

Tea Party Tax Facts

  Inflation Explained
Quantitative Easing Explained 912 Project Support Cap and Trade
Hold your own 2nd Amendment Rally Organizing Your Event Find a Tea Party Near You
Videos, Photo and Slide Shows
Thomas Payne: We the People Americas Greatest Threat "Every Single Day" Video
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2012 Election Results: Washington State and Federal

Cap and Trade / Health Care: A Constitutional Issue
Andy Stevens, July 16th, 2009

In our Republic we have three types of people….

Group one:  These are the achievers, those who strive, work hard and are rewarded with the fruits of their toil.

Group two:  The non-achievers. This group seldom exerts the extra effort required to rise above their station and attain their perceived goals. They are dissatisfied with their lot in life and spend much of their lives in envy of the achievers.

Group three:  This segment consists of those who contribute absolutely nothing, yet demand equity based on the labor and achievement of society as a whole. 

Of these three groups, some ride bicycles, some drive Chevys and Fords and others drive Cadillac’s. Some just don’t.

That’s just the way it is.

In our Republic we have a Constitution and a Bill of Rights.  These are the cornerstones on which our Republic was founded.  Within this framework are three guarantees, the right to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.

Man’s life, liberty and property are held sacred and protected by this constitutional framework and the government is simply an extension of mans basic rights.  Any attempt to engage in the confiscation or the conscription of the fruit of one mans labor, by either man or government, in order to provide goods or service to another is an act of illegal plunder and as such should be protested and resisted by all.

And so on to the issues of “Cap and Trade” and “Government Health Care”.

Whether or not each of these issues may or may not have perceived benefits in the eye of the beholder is not the question or the issue.  The question is, “Are they acts of illegal plunder?” and “Are they in defiance of the very Constitution and Bill of Rights this country was founded on?”  The simple and unequivocal answer in each of these instances is a resounding yes.

As such they should be resisted to the extreme.  Call your congressman, your senators, your representatives, your family, your friends and your neighbors and stop this madness.

If love of country and our way of life are not enough to instill a sense of reason

The national debt as of this years budget is an estimated  five times the amount of last years budget.  All within one year.  With Health Care and Cap and Trade this number will rise exponentially.

Do we want to place our faith and trust in the same people who ran the railroads into oblivion, who oversee our failing Postal System, the Barny Franks and Senator Dodd who ran oversight on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac which triggered our current state of economy, to those entrusted with our Social Security program, Medicaid and Medicare who have voted themselves exempt? Do we want these folks to control our very livelihood and well being?

I though not.  Nuff said.


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Guidelines for Selection of Supreme Court Judges: As suggested by the Tea-Party Patriots.  Wouldn't it be a blessing if this were the mandated criteria?

  1. Judges must interpret the Constitution of the United States as written and not attempt to modify it, either by inventing new rights or by ignoring or diluting rights already there.  The Constitution already provides an amendment process that gives that power to the people and their elected officials.

  2. Judges must not use their positions to replace the text of the law and Constitution of the United States with their own personal feelings or agenda or "life experiences."  Nor should they allow empathy, political favor, or political identification to affect their legal decisions.  To do so is to engage in judicial activism.

  3. Judges must understand that the Federal government has no power if the Constitution does not explicitly provide it.  The Founders did this to maximize personal and economic liberty.  The Constitution reserves all other rights to the states and to the people.

  4. Judges must respect the delicate checks and balances and the separation of powers among the branches of government, refusing to become a tool of either the Legislative or Executive branches, and they must be prepared to invalidate efforts of either branch to overstep its constitutionally delegated powers.

  5. The Constitution is an American document, and declares that it shall be "the supreme Law of the Land."  Foreign law has no place as precedent or authority in the interpretation of the Constitution.

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Home Depot founder: UNcut!
Bernie Marcus' Full Interview With Bill Liss



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Dennis Prager Q & A At University of Denver: What makes the upcoming 2010 the moxt important in history?  What is the greatest threat facing Americans today?




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Our American form of Government
An explanation of the various forms of government, and why America is not a democracy.

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Thomas Payne: We The People Stimulus Package

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Our Judeo-Christian Nation   On April 6th of this year the President traveled half way around the globe and made several speeches, in one of which he referred to the United States as having the largest Muslim population. In Turkey he proclaimed that the United States was NOT a Judeo-Christian Nation. This may be his belief. However, it should be pointed out that, as in many instances, "The Anointed One" may be in error.

Watch this video as Congressman Forbes asks the questions "Did America ever consider itself a Judeo-Christian nation?" and "If America was once a Judeo-Christian nation, when did it cease to be?" on the floor of the U

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American Issues Project: "Every Single Day"

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Tea Party Location Information

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13 Year Old "Conservative Republican" Speaks at CPAC
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Ten Tax Facts for Tax Day Tea Parties..

President Barack Obama and the U.S. Congress have gone on a spending and debt spree that the country cannot afford. As a result, a spontaneous grassroots movement is emerging from every corner of the nation with a message for Congress and the president: Stop spending us into an inevitable spiral of debt and higher taxes … now!

To that end, groups of Americans will be meeting in towns and cities across the nation on April 15 for “Tax Day Tea Parties” (think Boston Tea Party, not biscuits and fine English china). These “Ten Tax Facts” are our effort to make sure the American people are well- informed as they gather together to express their concern about the direction Washington is headed.

#1 .Under the Obama budget, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) projects that the national debt will double over the next five years; and it will triple over the next 10 years to $17.3 trillion.

#2. Under the Obama budget, CBO projects that the national debt will soar over the next 10 years from 40 percent of GDP today to a shocking 82.4 percent. (Ronald Reagan left office with the national debt at 42 percent of GDP).

#3. The president’s budget also states that total federal borrowing will grow by $2.7 trillion this year alone, an increase of 27 percent in one year!

#4. The budget President Obama proposes for this year increases federal spending by an incredible 34 percent over the previous year, with a total of $4 trillion in federal spending, the highest ever.

#5. The federal budget deficit (not the national debt) would reach $1.845 trillion this year, according to the CBO, the highest ever. That would be more than seven times Reagan’s largest budget deficit of $221 billion, which caused so much consternation among Reagan’s critics.

#6. The CBO estimates that this Obama budget deficit will total an astounding 13.1 percent of GDP, more than one-eighth of the entire U.S. economy, for the federal budget deficit alone! Under George Bush, the federal deficit for 2008 was 3.2 percent of GDP. The deficit for fiscal year 2007, in the last budget adopted when Congress was controlled by Republican majorities, was $162 billion, or 1.2 percent of GDP.

#7. The Obama budget also includes $1 trillion in tax increases on the upper 5 percent of income earners, mostly tax rate increases. But the top 5 percent of income earners already pays 60 percent of all income taxes.

#8. The Obama budget projects that revenues from the corporate income tax will more than double in 3 years, increasing, in fact, by more than 124 percent.

#9. Another $645 billion tax increase comes from President Obama’s anti-global warming cap and trade system, which is essentially an energy tax on the production and use of carbon energy, such as oil, natural gas, and coal.

#10. While the Obama administration claims to have cut $2 trillion from the budget over 10 years, fully $1.5 trillion of those “cuts” actually represents the troop drawdown in Iraq, which was already scheduled to occur under the Bush administration. Of the remaining $500 billion in budget “savings,” fully $311 billion is categorized as “interest savings” but is actually an additional tax increase on upper income earners.

It’s not as if you can’t stimulate economic growth while at the same time cutting government spending. President Reagan did it. Reagan adopted budget cuts soon after he entered office equal to close to 5 percent of the federal budget at the time. Even with his defense buildup, total federal spending declined from a high of 23.5 percent of GDP in 1983 to 21.3 percent in 1988 and 21.2 percent in 1989. That’s a 10 percent real reduction in the size of government relative to the economy. Reagan’s policies conquered inflation and started a 25-year period of economic growth, which would look awfully good today.

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Helpful Tips for Organizing a Tea Party or Event

  1. Advertise your event with the people you know and trust you the most: your friends and family via email. Make your email short, personal and to the point. Ensure they know what you need from them and make sure it has perfect spelling and grammar. Provide them with guidance if they can't attend and that you need them to pass the email on the at least 10 or more people.
  2. If you have a website, provide details about what needs to be done. If you need somebody to post flyers, for example, let them know. You need to let people know what kind of help you need. Be specific in your needs and how long.
  3. Make a distribution list of people helping you. This is easy to do with most email applications. Email your contacts once a week with updates and keep it positive; don't kill them with emails... keep it to once a week. Keep them in the loop, they deserve it.
  4. Ask them for feedback. The best ideas will come from them and the majority of your success certainly will. You need to engage them and their vast array of talent.
  5. Identify those who are internet savvy. These folks can help your 'digital store front' be a success.... or not. There are many IT folks who can make big changes in the twenty first century and they're on your side. Engage them and use their talents.
  6. Get volunteers to identify local internet forums and chat rooms to advertise your event. Local colleges, papers and television outlets will sponsor political forums to advertise your event. Ensure you have a consistent, positive message.
  7. Never engage in negative conversations with those who oppose you. Always keep your message focused on the principles of our republic and freedom of speech and you will attain victory in 100% of your discussions.

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