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The Tea Party at Valley Forge

The following article appeared on the American Thinker web site on November 13, 2012. It compared the patriot victory at Concord Bridge to the results of the 2010 elections. According to the article, tea party patriots are now at Valley Forge following Obama’s re-election.

The article raises the question of what the tea party should do now? Should it lay low and let the government self-destruct under the next four years of Obama, then rise from the ashes like a phoenix to restore America to its greatness? Or is now “the time to organize, to train, to demonstrate, and to educate a nation in distress?”

Hopefully tea parties will decide to take a common action, and not split up dividing the effort. Continue reading

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Pop-Up Tea Parties Scheduled

Pop-Up Tea Parties scheduled for Wednesday October 17, and Friday October 19 in front of Kerr Drug on Georgia Road from 12 Noon to 1 PM. Continue reading

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Hillsdale College – Constitution 201 – On-line Course

Hillsdale College is offering another FREE on-line course on the US Constitution.

Constitution 201: “The Progressive Rejection of the Founding and the Rise of Bureaucratic Despotism.” Continue reading

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Constitution 101 – Hillsdale College

Hillsdale College is presenting an on-line course titled “Constitution 101: The Meaning and History of the U.S. Constitution” starting February 20, 2012. It will consist of 10 on-line lectures with suggested readings, study guide, etc. It will be like a regular college course although it will be aimed at just the average citizen trying to relearn facts about the U.S. Constitution. Continue reading

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Mountain Patriots Caused Teachers to Lose Jobs!

Mr. John deVille, a teacher of history and philosophy at Franklin High School, and a local officer of the NC Association of Educators, the NC “teachers’ union,” wrote an article appearing on the NCAE web site which is reproduced below. … Continue reading

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Call for action – Gail Chapman

Folks, we need to educate, communicate and motivate and we only have 14 months. I firmly believe in the power of one. Each one of us can be a very powerful, local force. How badly do you want to win elections in 2012? The closer we get to election day, the more close-minded many people will become. Now is the time to enlighten people with the truth. Now is the time to open their eyes to the incompetence of the present administration in DC. Continue reading

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