Tea Party IRS Protest Videos 2 and 3

Again, sorry for the delay.  These are the remaining two Tea Party demonstration videos from their May 21, 2013 protest: [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QivJoEt1CQ] [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrdWH1EqcUc] Steve is a graduate of the University of Tennessee, Finance.  He is a 30 year veteran Aviation Officer of the Army National Guard and Army Reserve, and former Defense Contractor in […]

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Tea Party IRS Protest 21 May 2013 No.1

Sorry for the long delay.  This is the first of 3 videos from the Knoxville, TN anti-IRS Tea Party Protest.  The next two videos should be up tomorrow. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftGK0Ov0ErM] Steve is a graduate of the University of Tennessee, Finance.  He is a 30 year veteran Aviation Officer of the Army National Guard and Army […]

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Knoxville, TN Tea Party IRS Protest

Apologies to all of you folks who turned out at noon yesterday to be heard.  While the video that I shot, including your interviews, does play on my camera and computers, neither MS Movie Maker nor Real Player Trimmer is allowing me to edit the footage.  On two different Toshiba computers. As soon as I […]

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The Democrats’ Outrageous Quest For Power

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) has introduced a constitutional amendment that, if passed, will limit the political freedoms of Americans. The left is selling it as a way to dismantle Citizens United, the 2010 Supreme Court decision on campaign finance. That case prohibited the government from restricting independent political expenditures by corporations and unions. The supreme […]

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The Hidden Truth Behind Wisconsin’s Vote

Yesterday Wisconsin voters confirmed the validity of Gov. Scott Walker’s agenda and slapped unions hard enough to leave a welt. Ultimately, the recall election, spurred by union interests and hyped as “too close to call” for months, wasn’t that close at all. Walker jumped out to an early lead and prevailed easily over the generic […]

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Wisconsin, Obama And Poor Tom

As the story goes, in 2009, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett was reluctant to run for governor of Wisconsin. After months of contemplation and after some timely encouragement from the Obama camp, Barrett decided to go for it. He lost that election to Scott Walker and returned to Milwaukee. Now, just two short years later, Barrett […]

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Union Money Laundering Sends Your Taxes To ‘Occupy’ Movement

The ‘Occupy’ movement hit the streets of America’s cities last year. Endorsed by Democrats and Hollywood celebrities, the ‘Occupy’ protests were defined by the media as a series of spontaneous gatherings, the left’s version of the tea party — protesting capitalism, corporate greed and what has turned out to be a miss-mash of talking points […]

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Examining Democrat Spin On Mourdock Win

Upon witnessing their voting ally, Richard Lugar, go down in flames Tuesday, Democrats wasted little time before issuing statements that implied that conservatives, by unceremoniously dumping Lugar, were actually hurting themselves. In an email circulated Tuesday afternoon, DCCC spokesman Matt Canter wrote, “By defeating Dick Lugar and nominating Richard Mourdock, the Tea Party is poised […]

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It’s Tea Time In Indiana

Today is a good day if you’re a conservative because yesterday was a very good day. In a GOP open primary with significant symbolism, Indiana voters put it to incumbent Richard Lugar and the Republican establishment, badly. When results began trickling in last night, it became obvious early that not only was conservative candidate Richard […]

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Tea Party Wins Even If Mourdock Loses

Much has been made of the Richard Mourdock and Richard Lugar primary Tuesday in Indiana. But why? After all, it’s only a primary. It’s a Republican versus Republican primary to boot. And it’s Indiana. These are all correct descriptions of the GOP primary, but they tell only a small part of the story. More accurately, […]

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Establishment Turns On Tea Party Again

If you need another reason why the conservative movement must insist on purging every last establishment Republican from office, I give you Indiana. It’s Richard Lugar versus Richard Mourdock, the incumbent versus the challenger — RINO versus conservative. If you missed it, over the weekend, Tea party backed candidate Richard Mourdock collected a Palin power […]

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Tea Party Is Right To Confront Government Unions, Part 2

A long time ago, in an America quite different from today’s, there were few protections for the worker. Unsanitary and dangerous work environments and exploitative practices created the need for labor unions to rescue the American worker. But their time has passed. Labor laws and watch-dog groups now protect workers. Unions are heroes no more.  […]

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Tea Party Must Push For Voter ID

In this country you need to show an ID to purchase cigarettes or alcohol, buy a gun and enter certain buildings. Oh and you need an ID to apply for welfare and food stamps. Yet, in many places in America you don’t need an ID to vote. How can this be? A new video seemingly […]

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It’s Tea Time in Ohio’s 2nd District

The result of apparent political oversight, not many thought Ohio Republican Rep. Jean Schmidt to be in trouble. After all, the Tea Party is dead, right? Wrong. She was upset in the March 6, Republican primary by political newbie Brad Wenstrup. So, it’s tea time in Ohio’s 2nd district. Schmidt has her flaws. Although cleared […]

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