Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Share Your Story: My Tea Party Experience

The Tea Party movement took off in 2009, starting with a Tax Day protest in every major American city on April 15. From there, it became a national phenomenon. We've all seen the pictures online taken by professional photographers, and we've all read the articles about the protests from the mainstream media. But no one can tell your story as well as you, so now's your chance! Not only do we want to hear your story, we want to see your pictures, as well...read more

1 comment:

  1. The battle in America between the Old and New World traditions are seen in our two main political parties. The Republican Party is the older of the two if we take it back to Alexander Hamilton, Henry Clay, to Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, Herbert Hoover, Nelson Rockefeller and John McCain. Republicans are elite meddlers believing the national government should manage the industry and affairs of the American People. They stumbled in the 1960’s with Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan. They left the party with people who do not accept original GOP policies.

    The Democrat Party was the libertarian, state’s rights, individual freedom and local government party, following Jefferson, Madison, and Monroe to Jackson and Cleveland. They made the biggest swing from their policies at the turn of the century, adopting the Old World policies of Rousseau and Marx. The GOP, except for the Goldwater-Reagan moments, held fast to their better-than-thou beliefs from its origin. In the life of our Republic, the only political party that held fast to the ideals of America, which made her free and prosperous, was the 19th century Democrat Party. claysamerica.com