WELCOME: The Twin City Tea Party first met in Leominster on Feburary 22, 2010. The Twin City Tea Party (TCTP) is a group of local citizen patriots who are passionate about the political, fiscal and legal direction of all levels of political representation on the local, State and National levels and in all three branches of government, the Executive, Legislative and Judicial. The TCTP is non partisan and is independent of any other national Tea Party group or organization. At the first meeting the attendees discussed their ideas, goals and expectations for the Twin City Tea Party. The outcome of this discussion were the development of the following founding principles:
- Examine federal, state and local candidates and stand behind the ones that exemplify our core values
- Exercise our First Amendment rights by organizing events, standouts, and rallies that support our individual freedoms
- Educate people on the history of the United States and how it applies to current events
- Play a more active role in local municipal events
- Recognition of individuals who would like to play a more active role in our organization
THE TWIN CITY TEA PARTY RECOMMENDS THAT EVERYONE GO AND SEE THE NEW MOVIE "OBAMA 2016". This powerful move is a must see if we believe that real "change" is necessary in November. If you have FRCC business cards, leave them in the lobby. At the end of the movie--strike up a round of applause, you will find that you have a theater full of new friends!
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Christine Morabito, President of the Greater Boston Tea Party writes about the future of the Tea Party movement in her article published in "The Valley Patriot", November 2012 edition titled, The Tea Party--Take 2. Read Christine's article: http://valleypatriot.com/the-tea-party-take-2/
"Sentinel and Enterprise" columnist, Peter Lucas, Tuesday, July 3, 2012 clearly articulates that the Supreme Court has determined that Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act is a tax. This one fact has a potential dilitorious impact on s successful second term for the President. A pledge to not raise tax has been the bane of previous presidents who failed to go on to second terms. Read Peter Lucas' column: http://www.sentinelandenterprise.com/opinion/ci_20996562/read-their-lips-obamacares-tax
"Boston Herald" op ed writer, Deroy Murdock in Saturday, March 10, 2012's edition comments and clarifies the growing push for states to mandate that a voter produce an official photo ID to vote in local, state and national elections. Mr. Murdock argues that having an official photo ID is part of the American experience in that a photo ID is typically required to conduct banking, travel on planes, and purchase items using your credit card. It is not equilavent to imposing a poll tax or disenfranchising a segment of the population based on race. Read the "Boston Herald's" column:
The October meeting of the Twin City Tea Party will be held on Monday, October 27, 2014 at 6:30 pm at Barber's Crossing Restaurant, 175 Leominster Road (Rt 12), Sterling, MA in the Chocksett Room (downstairs). Barber's Crossing is off interstate 190 as it intersects with Rt 12. It is located at the Sterling-Leominster border. This is the last meeting before the November 4 elections. We are planning a candidate and ballot issue forum where we will discuss and examine the ballot questions and perhaps look into the future of the balance of power in Boston and in DC. The Twin City Tea Party is non-partisan. All are welcome to attend. There are no cost, dues or fees to attend. Dinner at Barbers Crossing is available at the attendees expense.
Last night was our first meeting at our new location. We thank Barbers Crossing and especially Carol for their support and willingness to host our group. May we have a long and equally enjoyable opportunity to work together!
SPECIAL ALERT, IMMEDIATE CHANGE IN MEETING LOCATION: Cornerstone's Restaurant has been sold and will not reopen as a restaurant. We are currently in the process of locating a new venue for our monthly meetings, effective September 2014. The Twin City Tea Party thanks the management of Cornerstone's for allowing the TCTP to hold our meetings at their restaurant and for serving us over these past several years. Our special thanks and appreciation goes to Nancy for her dedicated service and friendship over the past two years. We will miss you Nancy and wish you well! Your conservative friends.
Don't Tread on Me!
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QUOTES OF OUR FOUNDERS
A free people [claim] their rights as derived from the laws of nature, and not as the gift of their chief magistrate.Thomas Jefferson, 1774