Mark Green told a Tea Party gathering that he agreed with psychiatrists that "transgender is a disease." (Psychiatrists don't say that at all.)And now he's mad that people keep quoting him verbatim.
Austin American-Statesman columnist Ben Wear catches “indefatigable toll road opponent” Terri Hall in, well, let’s be charitable and call it a counting error. She told a “tea party” rally at the Texas Capitol last week that TxDOT is working on 500 toll road projects. Show More Summary
“From pink-hatted protesters to big town hall turnout, the anti-Trump resistance has been in full swing since January’s inauguration. The left is taking a page out of the Tea Party playbook, and building the resistance from the grassroots up,” Axios [...]
Easter Sunday After the crazy party the night before of salad, tea, laundry, and spades the morning alarm comes way to early. Actually, there was no alarm. There hasn’t been an alarm clock set at anytime on this trip. And I’m starting to like it. Show More Summary
Dozens of local cosplayers will be gathering at Tropical Park on Saturday to celebrate this year's Fantastical Tea Party.
How long has it been? Some would point to the rise of the Tea Party eight years ago. Those of us old enough to remember might say that the Reagan revolution of the 1980s was the most vigorous effort made. Our seniors might look to the 1960s with Barry Goldwater and William F. Show More Summary
TIME Magazine felt that the anti-Trump “Tax March,” which allegedly took place in about 200 cities country-wide, was like the Tea Party rallies in 2009. There was no comparison made to the recent anti-Trump “Women’s March on Washington,” which had some vulgar remarks from some of the speakers. The Tea Party is different from the […]
WASHINGTON — Last year, Mark Meckler, one of the founders of the tea party movement, had concerns about Donald Trump but gave the Republican nominee the benefit of the doubt, because Trump “at least says he’s going to attack” the crony-capitalist system. Now the conservative activist has revised his opinion. Trump “said he was going [...]Show More Summary
This Marine dad and his adorable 4-year-old daughter sat down to have a tea party for a very special photo shoot. Read more...
What does it say about a political party when pointing out established science discredits you in their eyes?
On August 11, 2011, Newsweek ran a photograph of Congresswoman, GOP presidential candidate, and tea party darling Michele Bachmann that ignited a media firestorm. The image taken on assignment by Chris Buck earned her the nickname, “Crazy Eyes” and marked a turning point as she went from leading candidate for the Republican presidential nomination to […]
Brian Tashman reports at Right Wing Watch: Last week on “Revelation in the News,” televangelist Jim Bakker expressed outrage over reports that some Duquesne University students were protesting against a planned opening of Chick-fil-A on campus. Show More Summary
When Rev. Barber met the former chair of the Republican Party in Mitchell County, North Carolina, he found their rejection of the Tea Party shocking: "I almost fell out of my seat." The following is an excerpt from The Third Reconstruction: How a Moral Movement Is Overcoming the Politics of Division and Fear by the Reverend Dr. Show More Summary
WND, Sessions 'Will Evaluate' Request to Probe IRS Boss: GOP Lawmakers Charge Lois Lerner Criminally Targeted Tea Party: Attorney General Jeff Sessions was noncommittal when asked in an interview whether he would fulfill a request by Republican lawmakers to review evidence that former IRS official Lois Lerner engaged in criminal...
On Saturday, the major broadcast networks dedicated airtime to the liberal Tax Day protests against President Trump as one network aired a crowd chanting “lock him up,” another refused to acknowledge the anti-Trump violence in California, and all of them declined to label the demonstrations. Show More Summary
Thousands of people marched in cities around the country to demand that President Trump release his tax returns on Tax Day, in a demonstration that echoed the 2009 tax rallies that launched the Tea Party movement. Saturday’s Tax March, which took place in nearly 200 cities around the country, was unusual for a liberal protest…
Washington Times, Lois Lerner Demands Secrecy, Blames Death Threats Over IRS Tea Party Targeting: Former IRS senior executive Lois G. Lerner told a federal court this week that she faces the possibility of death threats if her role in the tax agency’s tea party-targeting becomes public, and asked a judge...
On Saturday, April 15, thousands of Americans will take part in Tax Day Tax Marches in cities and towns across the country. Their objective? To pressure President Donald Trump to release his hidden tax returns. The concerns are certainly legitimate. Show More Summary
TAXPROF ROUNDUP: The IRS Scandal, Day 1437: Lois Lerner Fears For Her Life, Asks Federal Court To Seal Her Upcoming Deposition Testimony. Oh, no. I think this needs to be public. Unlike President Obama’s allies, the Tea Party has never killed anyone.
A private, non-profit educational and cultural organization established to preserve and share the Boston Tea Party history. At the end of March 1770, just three weeks after the Boston Massacre, a grand jury had indicted Captain Preston and his men as well as four civilians accused of