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August 28, 2010 Start preparing!

Started by Cheryle Dobermann. Last reply by Cheryle Dobermann Jul 6, 2010. 2 Replies

August 28, 2010 Americans are meeting at the Lincoln Monument in Washington, DC! It will be a massive gathering just prior to the upcoming election. More info at…Continue

Mark Zaccaria and Maj. Gen. Reggie Centracchio at Quonset O'Club May 8

Started by Cathleen Griffeth. Last reply by Cathleen Griffeth Apr 3, 2010. 1 Reply

Hi RI Tea Party Goers..  I wanted to share that Mark Zaccaria, currently slated to run for Congress against James Langevin in November, is hosting an event and I am interested to know who might like…Continue

Bold Fresh tickets available

Started by Cheryle Dobermann Dec 28, 2009. 0 Replies

Plans fell through, so I'm selling my 2 tickets.January 23, 2010, Long Island, NYSection F Good Seats!This show was sold out within 24 hours.If I don't sell them here they will go on ebay.…Continue

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Comment by Cam Vallee on January 26, 2012 at 11:43pm

Get Newt on the ballot!

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Monday, January 30, 2012 - 11:30 AM


Host: Newt's Campaign Network
Event Type: Membership Outreach

Contact Information

Robert Paliotta Jr.
Ends @ Friday, February 24, 2012 - 11:30 AM

Event Description


Listed below is the most up to date schedule of Signature Parties, to get all our GOP Presidential candidates on the April 24 R.I. Primary ballot. We are organizing a team effort, to make sure R.I. Republican voters are able to choose from ALL 5 of the Presidential candidates. These are Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney, Ron Paul & former Louisiana Governor Buddy Roemer (who has not been invited to the debates, but whose top campaign aide is from Warwick RI).
(Note: Rick Perry dropped out after we had already put together sets of papers for all our volunteers. They can remove his papers, and just get signatures for the remaining 5.)

First, a brief explanation of why this is so difficult in R.I. We have just 2 weeks to get 1,000 valid signatures for these candidates, from January 19 to February 2. (This is down from the 5 weeks we had previously, in warmer weather). Also, in normal states, signatures are turned in to one central location. In R.I., signatures must be turned in to the City or Town Hall where the signer resides. (So, for instance, if you are a Providence voter, and sign a paper that is turned in to Pawtucket, your signature would be disqualified.). This makes it impractical to gather signatures at shopping centers or at athletic events, where people come from numerous different communities.

The only thing about R.I. law that makes things easier, is that one person can sign papers for ALL of the candidates (not just for the one that they support). We are asking people to sign every paper, so that ALL the candidates get on; rather than NONE of them, if we each go our separate ways.

So here is what YOU can do.

We are organizing events in most of the 39 Cities & Towns, where residents can come and sign all the papers. The GOP City & Town Chairmen's Caucus (President Mark Smiley from Warren) is working with the 39 local GOP Committees, to set these up.
We will notify you, via E-Mail, about the time & place for the Signature Party in your own community. (THE SCHEDULE FOR ALL COMMUNITIES IS LISTED BELOW). We ask you to take the time to go to the event in your Town, and sign all the papers.
These Signature Parties will also be social events, where you get to meet and greet the GOP leaders in your Town (and maybe get more involved with your local GOP organization).


Monday January 23 - SMITHFIELD straw poll - 6:00 to 9:00 P.M. 
at Ronzio's Pizza, 9 Cedar Swamp Rd. (Rt. 5), behind McDonald's in Apple Valley Mall (Rt. 44). NORTH SMITHFIELD & GLOCESTER invited, as they do not have their own event yet.

Monday January 23 - FOSTER monthly meeting - 7:00 P.M.
at the Benjamin Eddy building (next to Town Hall), 6 South Killingly Rd.

Tuesday January 24 - PROVIDENCE - 6:30 to 8:00 P.M. - at the Holy Rosary Band Society Hall, 157 Gano St. (off exit 3 to Rt. 195; between Red Cross Hdqtrs. & Pitman St.)

Tuesday January 24 - SOUTH KINGSTOWN, NARRAGANSETT - 7:00 P.M.
at Casey's Grill & Bar, 191 Old Tower Hill Rd. in Wakefield (just off Rt. 1)

Tuesday January 24 - SCITUATE (Northwest Tea Party monthly meeting) - 6:00 to 7:45 P.M. - at North Scituate Public Library, 606 W. Greenville Rd.
5 neighboring communities also invited (Burrillville, Foster, Glocester, Smithfield, North Smithfield.)

Tuesday January 24 - WARWICK (Freedom Is Fundamental Book Club) - 6:30 to 8:30 P.M. - at Warwick Public Library, 600 Sandy Lane (room 101)

Wednesday January 25 - BARRINGTON monthly meeting - 7:30 P.M. -
at Town Hall, in Council chambers (283 County Rd.)

Friday January 27 - WEST WARWICK and COVENTRY - 7:00 to 9:00 P.M. -
at Picard's Ice Cream & Coffee, 10 Brookside Ave. (corner Washington St.) in West Warwick

Friday January 27 - MIDDLETOWN - 4:00 to 7:00 P.M.
at Courtyard By Marriott, 9 Commerce Drive (off Rt. 114 - West Main Rd.).
PORTSMOUTH is also invited, as they do not have their own event yet.

Saturday January 28 - NORTH PROVIDENCE breakfast - 8:00 to 11:00 A.M.
at Lymansville Memorial VFW Post 10011, 354 Fruit Hill Ave.
North Providence will also take signatures at their monthly meeting on Tuesday January 31, at 7:00 P.M. at the Union Free Library, 1810 Mineral Spring Ave.

Saturday January 28 - JAMESTOWN - 9:00 A.M. until at least noon - at 2 locations: Conanicut Marine's retail store, 20 Narragansett Ave.; and McQuade's Market, 6 Clarke St.

Saturday January 28 - WOONSOCKET - 9:00 to 11:00 A.M. - 
at Harris Library, 303 Clinton St.

Tuesday January 31 - JOHNSTON - 6:30 P.M. to until the crowd dies down
at the home of George & Kathy Resnick, 10 Paradise Lane

Tuesday January 31 - EAST PROVIDENCE Florida Primary straw poll - 7:00 to 10:00 P.M.
at Santa Maria Cultural Center, 846 Broadway. Neighboring communities also invited.

Wednesday February 1 - TIVERTON - 4:00 to 7:00 P.M. - at the clubhouse of Villages on Mount Hope Bay, 120 Schooner Drive

Comment by Milt Friedman Lives on February 21, 2011 at 8:03am

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 celticdragon on August 9, 2010 at 3:17am
September 10-12, 2010 (Fri-Sun)

Travel to our Nations capital to participate in the 9/11 March on DC and the 9/12 Taxpayers March on Washington. We support both Marches. Your accommodations are at the Comfort Inn & Suites Airport Dulles-Gateway. Dinner is at Nick’s Riverside grill on the Potomac river with a great view.

Depart from Holyoke Mass. At the Holyoke Mall Overflow parking lot on 50 Holyoke St, Holyoke, MA 01040, at 7:30 am on 9/10/10. Arrives at the hotel in Virginia at approximately 5:45 pm on 9/10/10. We are also looking into a CT pickup point.

9/11/10: We depart for the day’s events at approximately 8:00 am via a bus. We will march in the 9/11 march on DC The bus will leave DC and go back to the hotel at approximately 5:30 pm.

9/12/10: We will depart for the 9/12 Taxpayers March on Washington where you will meet at freedom Plaza (same as last year) and march down Constitution avenue. We will leave for home at 5:30 pm.

We will arrive home at 1:30-2:00 am on 9/13/10.

Price per person for double occupancy is $319.00. More people in one room will be cheaper.

Includes; The bus trip, bus transport to both marches, 4 meals, room for both nights all taxes & gratuities excluding bus driver. 1 bag per person.

dancincz@the-spa.com for all the info.
Comment by marina peterson on January 14, 2010 at 9:32am
Thanks deb!!!
Comment by deb byron on January 14, 2010 at 8:59am
Hi Marina!
I am off to Wrentham tommorrow and will see if I can get signs..they are becoming rare!
My dad is outside putting his out on Rt. 140 down the road from Scott's Wrentham headquarters. In the interim, how about people making homemade signs? That's what I had at debate. Blue background w/pink letters no less (only colors I had) Scott thought it was great . Or, maybe someone can take a run to Wrentham..I would but I have to go to work to pay for the posterboards, markers and lettering --my tea party toolbox. I will stay in touch!
Comment by marina peterson on January 14, 2010 at 8:39am
Great deb! Good for you! I have contacted everyone I know around the country and asked them to help! I have many people who want yard signs and bumper stickers but I can't get through to his campaign. the mailboxes are full. Can you help?
Comment by deb byron on January 14, 2010 at 7:32am
Hi everyone.
i attended rally 1/11/10 prior to Scott's debate w/Martha Coakley. The energy, enthusiasm and HOPE was incredible! i was actually standing in the middle of one of the steelworkers groups and its true; many are tired of what's going on and actually support Scott. When Scott walked up that icey cold road to the student center, he shook everyone's hand, (w/o gloves, no less), all went wild. Ms. Coakley drove by us in car w/tinted windows, did'nt even wave, nothing. Actions speak for themselves and she shows her perception of the people she wants to vote for her. (Rather similar to D.C. folks I would say)
Scott is a straight up guy who, if elected would be "the second shot heard around the world!"
I will start standing out with signs and making phone calls beginning tommorrow thru to election day w/my 81 yr. old dad (who was also at debate event and coming to convention in Feb.) My family lives on the same lake as Scott so we know him not only as a great guy but also an honest, conservative patriot. . So please help any way you can, phone from home, donations.. GO SCOTT BROWN! Help take our republic back!
Comment by marina peterson on January 7, 2010 at 10:25am
Great comment from D. Davis! Pay it Forward works!!!
Comment by Dan D on January 6, 2010 at 9:15pm
Let’s all take a few minutes to check into the Massachusetts Groups and tell them we appreciate them, back them with our passion and strength, and our prayers. The prayers of 10,000 patriots in their sails. Patriots in ME (1592), VT (210), NH (601), RI (321), CT (755), NY (2686), NJ (1299), and PA (2724) surround and embrace our fighting MA Patriots. They fight for their freedom, they fight for us, they fight for Liberty and the 2nd Revolution that will revive the damaged and crumbling Republic.

The statement ''United We Stand and Divided We Fall'' holds true for INTRA-State communication as well as INTER-State.

We can easily get wrapped up in our own world, our own state, our own busy life to forget OTHERS. Isn't this what got us into this mess in the first place? I sense ''Pay-It-Forward'' is the evolving stage of the patriotic conservative movement. The hour of your time will be returned tenfold over in energy, passion, and prayer. It will happen again, and again, and again if we reach out to our Massachusetts Patriots and then where ever else this revolution leads us.

If the nation has ''key'' elections coming up, we need to step aside from our work we had planned, and put an hour in to support and encourage others as they fight in their states. We all at some point in time been down on the ground, exhausted, and desperate.....then a simple message is sent with encouragement from another place, another land, another world, many times from a stranger. The uplifting and rejuvenating power contained within a simple sentence can give to those who need it is more powerful than money, more valuable than time, and even more effective than being in that respective state.

Give it a try, it just takes a minute. It is actually a nice break from the grueling daily grind to give thanks to patriots from other lands. Their fight is no less important than ours. Their needs are no less important than ours. We need to step aside from banging our heads against the wall shouting into deaf ears and turn to our own and pick them up, energize their batteries, be the prayers and the wind at their back.

Patriotic Resistors, Tea Party Patriots, Oathkeepers, As A Mom, America Coast 2 Coast, Patriots For America, FreedomWorks, 912 Coalition, 912 Project, Smart Girl Politics….All of you are as one, MA patriots exist in each of these and need your words of encouragement.

Virginia, New Jersey, and District 23 New York were the bold warning, MA will be the rip-tides riptide that will send a shockwave across the nation, and this June 2010, Maine will follow with a Tsunami of its own. It has begun and we are at the front of the revolution together as a nation. May this grain of sand in time be the most pivotal and monumental re-birth in the history of humanity, and the undertow that saves the greatest nation on Earth.

God Bless You All – Now go provide a hand, a shoulder, a prayer to lift up MA and get Scott Brown to sit in Teddy's seat!

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