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Apr
19
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Tea Party news/Sunday evening

I’m still getting original reports and pictures from April 15 Tea Parties. I am committed to posting a brief report and pictures if you send them from any April 15 Tea Party. If your event is not mentioned here, here or here or here, please send me details at roxannekramer@gmail.com. As of Sunday evening, I have in hand about 30 more reports. I will try to make time on Monday to compile a post...
Mar
16
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Meet Nathan Sather, Tea Party organizer in North Dakota

Nathan Sather is a Tea Party organizer who is helping build April 15 Tea Party events in Bismarck, North Dakota. Nathan says that the Tea Party movement is about defending “The heart and soul our country and everything that she was built upon and up until the past 10 years has stood for.” This is the ninth in our series of e-interviews with local Tax Day Tea Party organizers. (There are links...
Mar
15
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Meet Keli Carender, Tea Party organizer in Seattle, Washington

Keli Carender is a blogger (at Redistributing Knowledge) and Tea Party organizer who is helping build April 15 Tea Party events in Seattle, Washington. This is the eighth in our series of e-interviews with local Tax Day Tea Party organizers. (There are links to the previous seven interviews at the end of this post.) Keli, what motivates your involvement in the Tea Party movement? In my mind we are...
Mar
14
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Meet Matthew Givens, Tea Party organizer in Alabama

Matthew Givens is a blogger (at Politics Alabama) and Tea Party organizer who is helping build April 15 Tea Party events in Alabama. This is the seventh in our series of e-interviews with local Tax Day Tea Party organizers. (There are links to the previous six interviews at the end of this post.) What has been easy and what has been hard about organizing an April 15 Tea Party? We’re actually just...
Mar
13
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Decisions, decisions, decisions

The theme of this post is:  Give yourself the grace to make mistakes. Organizing a Tea Party requires a few basic decisions before you can launch into what you’ll spend most of your time doing, which is getting the word out. The basic decisions are: Where will it be. What day will it be. What time of day will it be. ...

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