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The Tea Party vindication

John Hayward

John Hayward

From RedState.com, By: John Hayward, 10/18/13-  Tea Party supporters are supposed to be disheartened by how the great shutdown saga turned out.  We’re back where we started, following an expense of political capital that achieved nothing, with polls showing damage to the Republican “brand.”  Worse, the balance of power in our representative government has permanently shifted toward the executive branch.  The legislature is now virtually powerless.  Raising the debt ceiling is a hollow ritual to be performed every few months.  Continuing resolutions to fund the no-budget government will continue, on automatic pilot, forever.  The House will never dare exert its entirely hypothetical “power of the purse” again.

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Parker County TEA Party Monthly Meeting


Thursday, October 10th at 7:00 pm

Victory Baptist Church 1311 E. Bankhead Hwy, Weatherford

Does (Common Core ~ CSCOPE) Pose a National Security threat?


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The Tea Party Takes The Reins In The House

A small group of conservative Republicans have forced their leaders John Boehner and Eric Cantor to toe the ideological line. “They could have and they should have come to us first,” tea party conservative Rep. John Fleming says.       

Buzzfeed.com,  & Kate Nocera, (Buzzfeed Staff), 09/18/13 –

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and House Speaker John Boehner. J. Scott Applewhite / AP

WASHINGTON — If there was any question who’s setting the agenda and direction of the Republican Party in the House it was answered Wednesday when, after forcing Speaker John Boehner to agree to once again attempt to defund Obamacare, Rep. Steve Stockman thanked fellow tea partyer Rep. Tom Graves — and not the man ostensibly sitting atop the GOP’s top perch.

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Paxton to Speak at Victory Baptist Church


 THURSDAY, AUGUST 29th at 7:00Victory Baptist Church

1311 E. Bankhead Hwy, W’ford


Representative Phil King will be introducing Senator Paxton.

Come early if you would like to speak to Rep King or Sen Paxton.

The Parker County TEA Party is proud to have Senator Ken Paxton address our group on AUGUST 29th at Victory Baptist Church in the Educational Building. Senator Paxton said, “Conservatives have shared with me their belief that Texas’ next Attorney General should be a committed conservative with a proven, decade-long record of standing firm for our principles. I would be honored to continue General Abbott’s legacy of fighting a federal government that poses a clear threat to our values, freedoms, and liberties, based on strong encouragement from so many conservatives across Texas.”

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Tea-Party Activist Burton Challenges Davis for Texas Senate Seat

Konni_Burton-1From National Review Online, By Betsy Woodruff, July 1, 2013 Long before Wendy Davis became a national target for the pro-life movement, Konni Burton wanted to take her down. Burton, a long-time Texas tea-party activist, decided months ago to challenge Davis for her Senate seat. It will be Burton’s first political campaign. And it might be competitive.

Justin Butterfield, Esq. from Liberty Institute to speak a TEA Party meeting –

TEA_Party_LogoWhen: Tuesday, December 4th, @ 7:00 pm

Where: Victory Baptist Church – 1311 E Bankhead Dr., W’ford.

“Update on Religious Hostility in America” by Justin Butterfield, Esq.

With our Liberties under fire, I have invited Justin Butterfield from Liberty Institute to educate us on what we can do to protect our freedoms.   

Justin Butterfield, Esq., graduated from Harvard Law School in 2007. During his time at Harvard, Mr. Butterfield served as the student coordinator for the Veritas Forum, was a member of the Federalist Society, and was heavily involved with the Harvard Law School Christian Fellowship. He is also a Blackstone Fellow. A native Texan, Mr. Butterfield completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Texas at El Paso where he graduated summa cum laude, with honors, and University Banner Bearer with a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering.

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Parker County TEA Party ~ General Meeting

When: September 4th @ 7:00 pm

Where: Victory Baptist Church, 1311 E. Bankhead Drive, Weatherford, Texas


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Tea Party blasts stopgap budget deal

Ted Cruz

From The Washington Examiner, by Susan Ferrichio,Washington may be breathing a sigh of relief now that Democrats and Republicans have cut a deal on a spending plan that will keep the federal government operating until after the election, but the Tea Party is accusing both sides of being gutless.

The Tea Party Patriots, one of the movement’s largest organizations, sent an angry note to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., and House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, blasting the deal because it sustains current spending levels through March without any additional cuts.

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Parker County & Hood County TEA Parties to host a TED CRUZ Forum

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Repealing the Gun Ordinance

Parker County Tea Party

Commissioners Court

Monday, May 14, 9:00 am

Parker County Court House

On the Agenda: The repeal the gun order which prohibited the discharge on 10 acres or less.

The same group that got this in place will be showing up in force.

If you want to have this repealed you must show up.

Please come and bring a friend or neighbor!

Dawn King

The Parker County TEA Party


“…for such a time as this”


About The TEA Party Patriots of Parker County:

The Legitimate Parker County Tea Party of Texas is a grassroots group of Americans united to share our common value – that the Constitution of the United States should be the governance of our land. It should not be re-interpreted or revised in meaning to meet the needs to special interests or political favors. We’re concerned about reckless overspending, unfair and punitive taxation, and the increasing lack of government constraints. We are peaceful American citizens that organize protests and rallies in Parker County, Texas. We’re not contained by any particular ideology or party, but strive to be a pluralistic and populist movement committed to Liberty, especially economic liberty.

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