Friday, May 17, 2013

Tea Party Pushing Back Against IRS, 5/17/13

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.--That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.

Push back against the IRS and the Obama administration is heating up.
On behalf of Tea Party, Patriot groups, 9/12, liberty activists, and the American people, we are calling for anyone and everyone to protest the IRS’ complete abuse of power on Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at noon local time.
Right now we are determining the best locations to host these rallies, so please let us know if you are available to go and where you are located. We will use the information to identify the closest IRS offices so that we get the most patriots to each location.
IRS Protests
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is out of control and we need to stand up and let them know that we will not take their intimidation tactics!
If you are tired of the scandals in Washington D C, go to the Tea Party Patriots and do something about it.
It's the first step. It starts with you!

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Friday, March 9, 2012

Johnson, Ribble To Speak At Oconto County Lincoln Day Dinner March 17

Tuesday, February 21, 2012
The Republican Party of Oconto County is proud to announce that United States Senator Ron Johnson will be the Keynote Speaker at the Annual Lincoln Day
Luncheon to be held at the Black Bear Trail Banquet Hall in Suring on Saturday,March 17th 2012, starting with a Social Hour at NOON.
We are also pleased that United States Congressman Reid Ribble will be the Featured Speaker, and both Senator Johnson and Representative Ribble will answer
questions from constituents. Republican Candidates for US Senate have also been invited and our Republican State Senator and Assemblymen serving the taxpayers of
Oconto County will attend and provide insight on legislation, as well as their upcoming re-election campaigns.
This is a great opportunity for Oconto County voters to meet their elected officials and candidates as Wisconsin and the USA head into the important 2012 Elections.
Lunch Buffet (corned beef and broasted chicken with salad and sides) is $20 per person with cash bar. For reservations, please send checks to – or pay at the door, but please RSVP to:
Republican Party of Oconto County
P.O. Box 67
Lakewood, WI 54138
For questions or information, contact Kevin Barthel, Chairman Republican Party of
Oconto County at 715-276-3025 or email to

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Wis Tea Party Leaders React to Mining Debacle

For Immediate Release: March 8, 2012
Contacts: Kim Simac, 715.479.8784
Annette Olson, 715.760.0665
Wisconsin Tea Party Leaders React to Mining Debacle
(Eagle River, WI) – Few examples illustrate as clearly as the GTac mining debacle why citizens across the state of Wisconsin now claim allegiance to the Tea Party Movement. So many of the problems with which we take profound issue have been on prominent display in recent days—not least, holding industry hostage to excessive taxation and over-burdensome regulations. The shameful and all too predictable outcome in this case has been yet another crippling of entrepreneurial spirit in our state.
Who really pays?
GTac is a large, proven employer with a good track record, whose executives honorably promised to bring good conservation practices and a great economy to a state starving for jobs. They can now find some other state in which to mine. Northern Wisconsin, however, remains in economic depression, under which it has already suffered for years. Hundreds of people across the state desperately want and need solid, good-paying jobs to help them survive a challenging economy remain. The GTac mine and the expansion it would have brought to related business and industry could have made a substantive difference. Never mind the valuable tax revenues this mining project would have brought to state and local tax bases.
As Tea Party organizers in Wisconsin, we have publicly maintained these past three years that opportunity, prosperity, and the individual right to pursue them have been grossly hindered by over-reaching and infringing state and federal governments. We have also consistently noted too great a willingness on the part of our elected officials to pander to special interests against the wise will of the people. We amplify that message today.
The mining bill is not the first victim of this marriage between special interests and big government. We can cite many others. The rich, renewable resources available in Wisconsin’s forests, for example, have long been placed beyond the reach of those who could benefit from them. Environmental groups, with the complicity of too many politicians and bureaucrats, have essentially hogtied Wisconsin logging, mills, and additional wood product businesses.
One must ask the question: How do environmental groups and the elected officials who pander to them propose that residents of Northern Wisconsin provide a living for themselves? With this mine now yanked out of reach, with the promise of economic success once again cruelly removed, how will people continue to inhabit these regions? Could it be that prosperity and a future for these citizens is not a priority for these special interest groups and their elected friends?
We put these questions to our Democratic state senators and their close ally Senator Dale Schultz, whose ―Republican‖ alignment with radical environmental and other special interest agendas raises serious questions of its own.
This is a sad day for Wisconsin, and particularly for the children of our state, whose short- and long-term wellbeing has been grossly overlooked. Radical outside interests, using obvious
influence to control the decisions of our legislators, have in fact assured that the children of northern Wisconsin in particular, now face a future of far less stability, opportunity, and prosperity.
We, the undersigned and our respective memberships, will not rest until this trend is reversed.
Kim Simac and Shirley Kufeldt, Northwoods Patriots
Annette Olson, Un-Infringed Liberty
Kirsten Lombard, The Wisconsin 9/12 Project
Dan Horvatin, Rock River Patriots
Joanne Terry, Ozaukee Patriots
Matt Strublic, Oshkosh TEA Party
Jim Kiser, Fond du Lac TEA Party
Jeff Horn, Prairie Patriots
Paul Lembrich, Rock County Voter Education Forum
Ed Perkins, Fox Valley Initiative
Ken Van Doren and Todd Welch, Campaign for Liberty
Dr. Sidney Johnson, Central Wisconsin Tea Party
Lora Halberstadt and Nancy Milholland, Racine TEA Party
Seth Cowan, Wolf River Area Patriots
Joe Delsman, Northeast Wisconsin Patriots
Steve Welcenbach, Conservative Insurgency
Dan Curran, Concerned Citizens of Iowa County

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Reid expects Tea Party to fade away - Opinion -

 "Can Harry Reid wait out the Tea Party?

 The Senate majority leader seems to think so.

 Reid sat down with more than 30 Review-Journal staffers Friday afternoon for an hour-long Q&A session at the newspaper's offices. The bulk of the back and forth was dedicated to federal spending and how Congress might tame exploding budget deficits." "The Tea Party was the result of a terrible economy," he said. "I've said that many times, and I believe that." "That (the Tea Party) will pass. They will lose a number of seats next year."

The real question is, will Harry Reid be of any importance after the 2012 election? Will Reid fade away in 2013? I would say No and yeas. Harry Reid, one in the minority in 2013.

Odd that Reid would be so out of touch with the people of this GREAT country.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Tea Party, Freaked Out White Men

From News Busters. A must see from our hero. 

Link to Rick Santelli from CNBC.

Tea party are freaked out white men.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

P R, Why Support Senate Bill 6 (SB 6), Wis. Voter ID

Why we need Voter ID in Wisconsin. WPC helps you understand what the left is not telling you and where the left is wrong. Important to go to the links to see the truth about Voter ID. If you want your vote to count in future elections, read and understand.

The WPC has issued this release as a response to objections that have been raised to this proposed voting reform over the past several days and in order to aid public understanding on this important matter.

For Immediate Release:
January 31, 2011
Ross Brown, 608.770.3062
Kirsten Lombard, 608.237.7034
Norm Reynolds, 414.529.2428

The Wisconsin Patriot Coalition

(Madison) – Over the past week, One Wisconsin Now and other progressive organizations have
ceaselessly broadcast disapproval of efforts by Republicans at the State Capitol to bolster the integrity
of elections in this state. By contrast, the Wisconsin Patriot Coalition (WPC) wishes to express its
support for Senate Bill 6 (SB 6), a proposed measure that would prudently require photo ID to vote in
public elections. Currently under review by the Senate Committee on Transportation and Elections after
a public hearing on January 26th, the bill would provide an important first step in comprehensive voting
reform and reduce a substantial risk of identify theft currently posed by loose voting policy in Wisconsin.

Free, fair, honest elections are crucial to a properly functioning representative republic. However, a
variety of investigations and convictions in Wisconsin prove that voter fraud does occur in this state. A
report on the November 2004 election by the Milwaukee Special Investigations Unit makes plain, for
example, that in that election “reports of more ballots cast than voters recorded” were true. Finding
such offenders is often impossible, though the damage they do in undermining public confidence in
elections and, ultimately, government is substantial and lasting.

SB 6 would assist in verifying legitimate, registered voters at the polling place, thereby minimizing fraud
damage before it occurs. The WPC hopes that before being advanced to the Wisconsin State Senate
for a vote, the bill will be amended in such a manner as also to protect elections at the point of voter

With voter rolls publicly available, infrequent or sporadic voters remain at profound risk of having their
identities stolen during an election. In Wisconsin, where voter turnout generally remains well under 50
percent, even in high-profile, national races, the only way in which such a crime generally becomes
detectable is if the actual, registered voter shows up unexpectedly, at which point, fraudulent use of his
or her name by another is revealed. Other types of fraud are facilitated by high turnouts. While photo ID
would not eliminate the risk of all voter fraud, it would certainly make it more difficult to commit.

Voter ID is normal, prudent practice across the United States. Currently, 27 other states require some
form of ID to vote in public elections. Three additional states, including Wisconsin, are pending.

Opponents of SB 6, such as One Wisconsin Now and a number of prominent Democrats at the State
Capitol, have repeatedly raised the specter of voter disenfranchisement. In doing so, they have notably
defined disenfranchisement along lines of income and race. The WPC maintains that income and race
are false divides that should fool no one. The real boundary line must finally be drawn between
legitimate and illegitimate voters. Getting proper ID into the hands of any and all legitimate voters is far
easier to achieve than cleaning up a loss of public confidence that will inevitably result from failure to
exclude or preclude illegitimate votes.

In fact, WPC would remind critics of SB 6 that even one fraudulent vote disenfranchises two legitimate
voters. A simple example illustrates this point: Two legitimate voters each cast a ballot for Candidate A.
An illegitimate voter casts a single ballot for Candidate B. The single illegitimate vote not only cancels
out Candidate A’s advantage but also the express will of the two legitimate voters whose ballots had
provided it.

As a service to Wisconsin citizens, the WPC has created a list of potential concerns about SB 6, along
with logical responses to them. We have posted this list on the websites of several of our member sites,
including but not limited to:

The Wisconsin 9/12 Project

Sauk County Tea Party

We hope this resource will prove helpful to those attempting to understand the issue of voting reform
and the potential impact of the measures SB 6 would implement.

The WPC is comprised of local conservative grassroots groups based in communities across
Wisconsin. It exists specifically to develop and advance: legislation that adheres to unalienable rights
and individual freedoms as recognized by the founders of this nation; the framework for limited
government set forth within the United States Constitution; free-market solutions; and educational
initiatives that inform the public on such legislation, principles, and solutions.

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Sorry Newt, Talk To Nancy Pelosi


Newt sent me this e mail. Sorry bud, some how I don't believe you!


During Tuesday's State of the Union address, President Obama poked fun at the federal government's incompetence in regulating salmon and promised reform:

"In the coming months, my administration will develop a proposal to merge, consolidate, and reorganize the federal government in a way that best serves the goal of a more competitive America...In the coming year, we'll also work to rebuild people's faith in the institution of government."

If President Obama is serious about reforming government, then we have a serious proposal that he can tackle right now.

Replace the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Of all the government agencies that have become barriers to job creation and economic growth, the Environmental Protection Agency is the worst offender.

Since its founding 40 years ago, the EPA has transformed from an agency with the original noble mission of protecting the environment into a job-killing, centralizing engine of ideological litigation and regulation that blocks economic progress.

The EPA should therefore be replaced with a new and improved agency dedicated to bringing together science, technology, entrepreneurs, incentives, and local creativity to create a cleaner environment with a stronger economy that generates more American jobs and more American energy.

To learn more about why we believe the EPA should be replaced with a new Environmental Solutions Agency, read this article.

And once you do, we'd be very interested in your feedback, either by responding to this email or commenting on our website.

If together we can help get the word out about the job-killing nature of the EPA, and make clear that replacing the EPA with an Environmental Solutions Agency is a serious alternative, we will have a very clear test case for whether President Obama is really serious about rebuilding the people's faith in the institutions of government.

Your friend,

Newt Gingrich
General Chairman
American Solutions