West Chester Tea Party
    A Non-Partisan Group


Mission Statement:

The West Chester Tea Party is a nonpartisan group of citizens working to reclaim the ideals of individual liberty, fiscal responsibility and limited national government. Our actions shall be guided by the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States and will be focused on the following objectives:

  • Educating the citizens about pro-liberty, pro-constitutional issues.
  • Respectful dialogue with other groups, organizations, officials and lawmakers seeking similar goals and objectives.
  • A focus on moral imperatives, justice, and ethical practices

Silence is Consent:
Stand Up and Be Heard, AMERICA!

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But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you. -- Matthew 5:44

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May meeting moved from 13th to 20th

West Chester Tea Party Meeting

Place:  East Goshen Twp Building
1580 Paoli Pike  2nd floor

Date: May 20th   Wednesday
Time: 7PM


 Please join us for the showing of  The Singing Revolution “.   The Embassy of Estonia has donated this video, shown previously on public TV

  The cost of freedom – The Singing Revolution is about people who are contemporaries of ours, but who lived under Nazi and Soviet tyranny   “This is the story of how a culture saved a nation.”

Estonia is a tiny nation of 1 million people whereas we are a nation of over 300 million.  When our nation was founded we were a nation of 3 million people.

 With the exception of the 40% of the population that resulted from Russification, Estonians are a relatively homogeneous culture.  We have no homogeneous culture and could never hope to achieve the degree of homogeneity that Estonians achieved.

 While they were culturally homogeneous, Estonians were political split into three separate strategies for achieving freedom, and yet those organization came together for a common purpose.


There is a lot we can learn from the Estonian experience, including the power of song when voiced by thousands.  Song is more compelling than contentious demonstrations.





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