West Chester Tea Party
A Non-Partisan Group
Sep 9, 2104 - Holding President Obama Accountable to the Rule of Law - Judicial Watch presents an online panel discussion at 2 PM
Jun 12, 2104 - The Stupid Party - by Erick Erickson
Feb 6, 2104 - How Common Core Devalues Great Literature - by Anthony Esolen
Check out our new page on Common Core Standards - Just updated with plenty of information.
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:
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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Generally, our meeting is held the 2nd Wednesday of every month.
Please check here each month for any changes.
Wednesday September 10, 2014; 7 PM
Come join us for a discussion of Pennsylvania's Business Competitiveness!
Speakers this month
Leo Knepper, Executive Director
Will give presentation on PA's tax policy and competitiveness.
Leo Knepper is the Executive Director of Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvaina, or CAP. CAP is a non-profit organization founded to raise the standard of living of all Pennsylvanians by restoring limited government, economic freedom, and personal responsibility. Leo joined CAP after being the Pennsylvania state director for Heritage Action for America, the political affiliate of The Heritage Foundation. He is a lifelong Pennsylvania resident and longtime conservative activist.
Phil Duffy will present
The Meaning and history of the Constitution
Lecture on "The Progressive Rejection of the Principles of the Declaration"
What is Progressivism?
Learn who were the most important figures of the Progressive movement, and the serious intellectual argument Progressive's make against the principles that the Founders espoused the constitution.
What Key Principles of the American Founding Do Progressives Reject?
This argument that arouse around the turn of the 20th century has had many profound and lasting effects on the conduct of American Government
This month our meeting is being held at
East Goshen Municipal Building (2nd Floor)
1580 Paoli Pike
West Chester, PA 19380
Seating is limited. Please register here.
Send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Important Note: In case of inclement weather and/or poor driving conditions, PLEASE CHECK www.westchesterteaparty.com after 5 p.m. on Sep 10 for any meeting cancellation.