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Tea Party Groups and Resources

Tea Party Groups
Pocatello Tea Party Website
Boise Tea Party

Idaho Falls Tea Party

Sand Point Patriots

Liberty Let's Roll

Nampa Tea Party (Nampa, ID)

Tea Party Patriots of North Idaho (Coeur d'Alene, ID)

The 912 Project March in Rexburg

More In-State, or regional, group links to add? Send info here!
Other Idaho Resources
Twittervism (A guide showing how to effectively use Twitter for conservative activism)
SunshineReview (Government Transparency)
CSPAN - (Find out who your legislators are, what bills are coming up and how they voted)
Ballotpedia The encyclopedia of democracy
OpenSecrets.org Find out how money is influencing Government policy

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Started by Amanda McNabb. Last reply by Wayne L. Cass Aug 10, 2011. 3 Replies

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Started by Eric McGilp. Last reply by Eric McGilp Nov 1, 2010. 6 Replies

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Comment by David A. Bullock on August 4, 2012 at 1:09pm

To advise all members of a fast growing grassroots project:

With the support of a growing number of Tea Party patriots with the launching of this "SHARE THE BOOK PROJECT" across the country, my OPEN PUBLIC INVITATION TO READ MY ENTIRE BOOK FREE OF CHARGE seems to have been accepted by thousands of "friends-of-friends" nationwide.  Literally THOUSANDS of new readers per day are visiting the newly created  "Open Public" blog site to read the entire book at .... FREE READ of Decision 2012 - A Citizen's Guide

While this is encouraging, with your support, it could be ten thousand times more effective. 

Again, I just know in my heart that the power of having the “choir” at your back is a wonderful thing when they all sing in unison.

Enjoy and SHARE my friends - SHARE as you have never SHARED before.

Dave Bullock - Lumberton, N.C.

Comment by Milt Friedman Lives on February 21, 2011 at 8:04am

At 4am Saturday Feb 19th, the House passed $61 billion in cuts to the Federal Budget.

The Media immediately began reporting this as "draconian cuts"...as if these cuts would now result in grandmothers and widows starving and getting cast out of their homes and into the streets.

This short video puts the Federal Budget and those cuts into their proper perspective...which is anything but draconian.


The Economic Summit mentioned in the video is co-sponsored by Tea Party Nation:



Comment by Karen Thompson on October 22, 2010 at 1:32pm
Hi fellow Idahoans! Hailing from Mountain Home, land of the blowing wind, sage brush and potato farms! =-}
Comment by Thomas Turnbull on August 25, 2010 at 9:38am
Come on everybody! Lets merge all these seperate groups into one! We all have the same goals...getting rid of incumbants in November, and getting rid of Obama in 2012. More power with everyone under one banner!
Tom Turnbull.....Garden Valley
Comment by Eric McGilp on March 10, 2010 at 10:11am
There is ONLY one Eric Skip McGilp, and yes, I have a picture.
Comment by Eric McGilp on March 9, 2010 at 11:33pm
peter...On second thought, why don't you FB friend me? There are 244 peter olsons listed. I can assure you there is ONLY 1 Eric McGilp. LOL
Comment by Eric McGilp on March 9, 2010 at 11:19pm
Peter...I'll FB friend you.
Comment by Eric McGilp on March 8, 2010 at 12:31pm
Your states rights focus, I believe, is exactly correct. Also your idea of networking with those around you. If things ever do get bad, things will come down to neighbor supporting neighbor.

Regarding states rights, Montana has an awesome bill past last year that will challenge the inter-state commerce clause in the supreme court. They want to make guns in Montana, sell them only in Montana, and it sets up a VERY interesting supreme court case. Can't wait to see what happens. I wish Idaho would do similar things.

Comment by Eric McGilp on March 7, 2010 at 11:24am
Peter...You kind of made my point. You named 4 or 5 groups. there is also 9/12 groups, Another teaparty group...I forget their name. So between us we know of 8 or 10 different groups just in north Idaho. And I'm certain that there are more than we have listed.

Don't get me wrong, I'm happy so many people are active and getting involved, It just seems that 1 or 2 groups of 500-1000 would be more effective than 10-20 groups of 20 to 40. I've heard someone say that conservatives are by-nature, independent and that they think for themselves so that getting them together and to agree on things is like "Herding Cats". Maybe that is what we are seeing.
Comment by Eric McGilp on March 6, 2010 at 6:50pm
OK...Sorry Dave. Just been busy the last couple of weeks and haven't been paying attention to the group. I have also been thinking on HOW to get us together. Seems there is two problems:

1 Many different groups have sprouted up all over Idaho with 10-25 people. I bet there are 50-100 small local groups in Idaho. I know of 5 in the Moscow/Pullman area alone. None of which are doing much.

2 Idaho geography. SE, SW, North Central, North.

I am normally pretty good at problem solving, but these two issues have me a bit stumped.

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