"May" Twin City Tea Party Meeting on June 3, 2013

Our May 2013 meeting will feature Steven Moysey, Ph.D. from GOAL (Gun Owners Action League).

Dr. Moysey's biographical info is as follows: 



Dr. Steven P. Moysey


Dr. Steve Moysey is an internationally recognized expert in the field of conflict and crisis negotiation, counter intelligence and counter terrorism with a specialization in the area of armed barricade standoff situations.  Dr. Moysey’s on-going research and writing pays particular attention to hostage stand-off situation and trends in international terrorism. His earlier work on the Balcombe Street siege and the Iranian Embassy siege in London has appeared internationally in the Journal of Police Crisis Negotiations (Haworth Press). His last documentary book on the Irish Republican Army terror campaign in London, and subsequent hostage standoff (The Road to Balcombe Street - Taylor and Francis), has become a standard reference work for many conflict and crisis training programs around the world.

Dr. Moysey has been a guest lecturer at several hostage negotiation workshops in both the UK and the USA. As an internationally recognized expert in the field of crisis negotiation, Dr. Moysey has been interviewed on the BBC television news, CNN and ABC and several print media outlets, including The Guardian, The Times and the Daily Telegraph.

Dr. Moysey is a member of the American Psychological Association, The Society for Police and Criminal Psychology and the International Association for Counterterrorism and Security Professionals. Steve also serves on the advisory panels of several Washington DC counter terrorism think-tanks.

 Steve is an NRA and Massachusetts State Police Certified Firearms Instructor and teaches at The GOAL (Gun Owners Action League) Foundation as an adjunct instructor for Basic Pistol, plus various introductory and advanced shooting sports courses. Steve also currently serves on the GOAL board as Vice President. In 2009, Steve was appointed by the National Governing Body of the International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) as a Safety Officer Trainer, one of only a handful of such trainers in the New England region. He is also a Co -Chairman for the Worcester Pistol and Rifle Club IDPA chapter, and competes nationally as a Master level shooter. 

Steve holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering, an MS in Management from Tufts University and a Doctorate in Psychology, with a focus on conflict and crisis negotiation, also from Tufts. Steve was an adjunct faculty member at the graduate school at Tufts University for several years where he taught subjects that included Leadership and Group Psychology.


Senator Rand Paul on the Fiscal Cliff and Rich People Envy

Video clip, Senator Rand Paul, R/ Kentucky on the fiscal cliff and "rich people" envy.  A must see:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=7TgKpZFMqkQ

Where Does the Tea Party Stand in 2013

The "Worcester Telegram and Gazette" ended the year with an article on the political future of the tea party movement in Worcester County.  Consistently, patriots agree that they are disappointed with the election outcomes, but are not giving up their goals as we enter 2013:  Read the "Worcester T&G" article of Sunday, December 30, 2012: 


No Need for the Constitution

In the "New York Times" opinion piece dated December 30, 2012, Louis Michael Seidman, constitutional law profession at Georgetown University discusses how it is the U.S. Constitution that continues to obstruct the free flow of ideas and decisions in Washington and is the real culprit behind legislative gridlock.   This is a controversial yet interesting concept that deserves review on how the "other side" thinks and rationalizes the liberal/progressive thought process that we may think of as chaotic.  Read Seidman's opinion: 


Being "Rich" in America

Christine Morabito, President of the Greater Boston Tea Party, discusses the new "rich" in her article in "The Valley Patriot", December 2012.  The Twin City Tea Party plans to have Christine as our guest speaker in January 2013.  Read her excellent article: 


Upcoming Event

The September meeting of the Twin City Tea Party will be held on Monday, September 29, 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.   We are proud to announce that Paul Craney, Executive Director, Mass Fiscal Alliance will be our special guest speaker.   The Twin City Tea Party is non-partisan.  All are welcome to attend.  There are no costs, dues or fees to attend. 


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.



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    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