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Freedom Day 2015 at the Indiana Statehouse

Radio Host Tony Katz Addresses The Crowd Just before Tax Day in Indiana, more than 100 patriots rallied for liberty in the Hoosier State House for Freedom Day 2015. Tea Party leaders, local legislators, education activists, and even local clergy gathered to discuss strategies to promote liberty and shrink the size of government. The host was the Coalition of Central Indiana Tea Parties. In addition to a networking opportunity for activists, attendees were encouraged to be more active in speaking directly to their elected legislators. Well-funded special interests lobby those same legislators everyday and ask for more government spending, which ...

Tea Party Ousts Indiana Senator Lugar

Today, the Tea Party Patriots, the largest tea party organization in the country, hailed the victory in the Indiana Senate primary race as State Treasurer Richard Mourdouck ousted establishment candidate Sen. Richard Lugar who had been in Congressional office for 36 years. "Lugar's defeat should wake up entrenched Washington," said Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder and national coordinator of Tea Party Patriots.  "The tea party movement continues to be the most influential force this election year.  Sen. Lugar betrayed the principles of fiscal responsibility, constitutionally limited government and free markets that must be addressed this year or ...

Indiana Speakers Bureau

James Bratten State Coordinator - Indiana Jim Bratten has been a resident of Evansville for eight years, by way of Pittsburgh, Detroit, Annapolis, Virginia Beach, Key West, Memphis and Minneapolis, retiring from Chrysler, LLC in November, 2008. He holds a BA from the University of Minnesota in Studio Art. His son, Christopher, and his beloved wife, Cheryl, are the two reasons he fears for the future of his country. Jim is a veteran of the Vietnam conflict, having served in the United States Navy with Fighter Squadron VF-101. A member of The Heritage Foundation since 1980 and dozens of other conservative organizations since, Jim’s retirement from ...

Diana Reimer

Tea Party Patriots National Coordinator Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots I am a member of the National Coordinator Team of Tea Party Patriots and the Tea Party Patriots’ Pennsylvania State Coordinator, co-founder of the Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots, a citizen lobbyist and full time activist. After the 2008 presidential election, like most conservatives I was truly unhappy. I did not agree with this present administration’s unveiled far left liberal agenda that was campaigned as “change” and “hope” and the “…transformation…” of America. That being said, I knew that I needed to get involved somehow.  In late February of ...

Tea Party Patriots Weekly Report from Washington for 4/2/17

CALENDAR: The House will return Monday, with no votes scheduled before 6:30 PM. The House will stay in session through Thursday. The Senate will return Monday, with the first vote set to take place at 5:30 PM. The Senate is set to stay in session through Friday. And then Congress will break for two weeks for the Easter Recess. The Senate will be back in session on Monday, April 24, and the House will be back in session on Tuesday, April 25. LAST WEEK ON THE HOUSE FLOOR: The House came back into session last Monday evening and proceeded to take up and pass two bills on the Suspension Calendar. On Tuesday, the House took up and ...

Daily Action Outline for the Week of March 13th – March 17th


Tea Party Patriots Weekly Report from Washington for 2/19/17

CONGRESSIONAL CALENDAR: The House and Senate are both out of session for the Presidents Day Recess, and they won’t be back until Monday, February 27. That means they’ll be in their districts and states next week, at local events and townhall meetings. LAST WEEK ON THE HOUSE FLOOR: On Monday evening, the House came back into session and passed both H.R. 244, the HIRE Vets Act, and H.R. 974, the BRAVE Act, under Suspension of the Rules. On Tuesday, the House took up and passed H.R. 428, the Red River Gradient Boundary Act. The bill would commission a survey of the gradient boundary along the Red River in TX and OK. On Wednesday, ...

Tell these senators to send some love to Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch

Members of the Senate, former clerks, friends and colleagues of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch are rallying around the judge as he gears up for his confirmation hearings. But some aren’t sending the nominee their love like they should be, including Democrat Wisconsin Sen. Tammy Baldwin; Democrat Pennsylvania Sen. Bob Casey; Democrat Florida Sen. Bill Nelson; Democrat Indiana Sen. Joe Donnelly; North Dakota Democrat Sen. Heidi Heitkamp; Montana Democrat Sen. Jon Tester; and Democrat Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill. “Judge Gorsuch has a distinguished record that demonstrates he will be fair to all Americans, no matter their background or ...

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