Tea Party Radicals

Oath Keepers, JBS and the Lesser Evil

by Dr. Ed Berry New York State declared Oath Keepers to be “Far Right Extremists” where NY defines “extremists” as “These extremists must be distinguished from law abiding citizens exercising their first and second amendment rights – namely extremists are those willing to use violence, rather than the democratic process, to further their cause.” and …

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Environmental Extremism damages America

by William Perry Pendley, President, Mountain States Legal Foundation The following is adapted from a speech delivered on April 23, 2014, at a Hillsdale College event in Colorado Springs, Colorado. For many or maybe even most Americans, reports that a rancher in Clark County, Nevada, was at odds with federal land bureaucrats, that scores of …

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JBS does not support Article V Convention

by Mark Agather, Kalispell, Montana As many of you know, I was invited to meet with representatives of the John Birch Society (JBS), namely Chris Stevens, their field coordinator out of Seely Lake and Bliss Tew, their field director out of Orem, Utah. The meeting took place at Sykes restaurant yesterday and lasted for over …

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Tea Party split is Inevitable

by Tim Baldwin, Liberty Defense League Well-funded and nationally-recognized TEA Party political action committee, Tea Party Express, endorsed Congressman Steve Daines (MT-R) for U.S Senate of Montana. Tea Party Express stated in part, Tea Party Express, the nation’s largest Tea Party political action committee, is proudly announcing its endorsement of Congressman Steve Daines for the …

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TEA Partiers must learn Tactics

I agree with and support Tim’s thesis 100 percent. – Ed by Tim Baldwin, Liberty Defense League In www.Politico.com, Joe Scarborough recently expressed the idea that differences of tactics should never divide people of the same political principles. TEA Partiers must learn this principle because the loss is too great when the greater enemy wins …

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TEA Party Purists resemble Religious Cultists

I agree with and support Tim’s thesis 100 percent. – Ed by Tim Baldwin, Liberty Defense League Governor Mike Huckabee recently said, “in politics, when you have an all or nothing, now or never mindset, you’re going to get nothing and you’re going to get it forever.” Huckabee’s statement came in response to what some …

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Tea Party joins Sierra Club to sell liberal lies

by Marita Noon   Jobs. Enlarging the tax base. Market access. Energy choice. Fair compensation. Options. Make money. These words and phrases represent ideas or concepts that are attractive to Republicans, conservatives, limited-government and free-market supporters, and even fiscally minded Democrats—which is exactly why they are being used to get buy-in from these groups for …

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Atlanta Tea Party goes fracking Liberal

by Marita Noon   Regular readers of my weekly column may be shocked at my suggestion: “please don’t frack.” But, bear with me. The terms “frack,” “fracking,” or “frack job” have become a part of the vernacular. “Frack” is short for “fracturing.” It generally refers to the process used in drilling for oil and gas …

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Dan Cox: Republicans are placeholders for the Democrats

[Don Cox is responding to the articles by Tim Baldwin, “What can the People do to protect Liberty” – Ed] by Dan Cox, Libertarian candidate for US Senate 2012, Montana The Republicans always seem to be the placeholders for the Democrats. It took just enough Republican Supreme Court Justices to rule that Obamacare was “Constitutional”. …

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“There’s not a dimes worth of difference between Republicans and Democrats”

by Dr. Ed Berry A Tea Party activist at the Republican Lincoln-Reagan Dinner, asked me, “Well, Ed, now will you admit there is no difference between Republicans and Democrats?” I was shocked that he could not see the significant difference in the voting patterns of the two parties. I answered, “The difference is obvious. Look …

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