Why the Republicans Lost in November

Peter Larocque, columnist in the December 2012 issue of "The Valley Patriot" discusses some possible reasons why the Republican candidates lost in the November election.  If you agree with his points, it is worth looking at corrective planning for future elections:   

http://valleypatriot.com/the-redefining-of-america/

 

Slavery, The Denial of Individual Liberty

Charles Ormsby, Editor of "The Valley Patriot" wrote in his Op-Ed for the December 2012 edition about the return to slavery under the Obama administration.  Read this very provocative opinion piece:

http://valleypatriot.com/150-years-after-the-emancipation-proclamation-slavery-re-introduced-into-the-u-s/

Does Obama Really Think He's an Emperor?

A guest editorial was authored by Betsy McCaughey, former Lt Governor of New York in the "Boston Herald" on Sunday, December 9, 2012 that Obama is overreaching in his quest to grab constitutional rights away from Congress.  Ms McCaughey's column is worth the read:  http://www.bostonherald.com/news/opinion/op_ed/view/20221209emperor_obama_overreaches/

Obama's Plan on Taxing "the Rich"

Obama's idea of fiscal cliff negotiations is to raise taxes on individuals earning more than $200,000/yr and family income in excess of $250,000.  It is projected that this increase will take-in $836 billion over 10 years or $86 billion/yr.  Realistically this is a drop in the bucket as an attempt to meet the revenue needs, especially when there is no complementary plan to cut spending.  "Boston Herald" editorial, December 9, 2012 addresses this plan:  http://www.bostonherald.com/news/opinion/editorials/view/20121209counting_tax_chickens/

Will the Press Just Finally Do its Job

"Boston Herald" columnist, Michael Graham (December 10, 2012) wrote in his oped that the American press continues to fawn over Obama, never demanding that he respond in an honest way to issues of the day.  Michael Graham's piece is worth reading for thought: http://www.bostonherald.com/news/opinion/op_ed/view/20221210press_just_a_pushover_for_prez/

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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John Weston's new show:  Right OverNight airs 2 nights per week, Friday and Saturday nights from 12:00 midnight - 5:00 am on WCRN radio 830am from Worcester. 
 
 
 
NEWS FROM LOCAL TEA PARTIES:
 
Worcester Tea Party:    www.worcesterteaparty.com
 
Northborough Tea Party:   www.northboroughteaparty.com
 
Greater Boston Tea Party:   www.greaterbostonteaparty.com
 
Massachusetts Tea Party:  www.carlos@massteaparty.org 
 

 

 

 

Quotes

  • 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