Native Tea Partiers

There was an article in the Washington Post today about the lack of a central ‘Tea Party’ organizational structure. The main thrust of the article is that the lack of this central authority means that the power of the Tea Partiers is being diluted among a lot of causes and candidates. This is keeping it … Continue reading

The Colbert Bump!

I’d like to thank Stephen Colbert for an important milestone in the TPAIN Patriot movement. On March 11, 2010, he published the results of the first ever Colbert Repoll, in which one of the questions was: How do you identify yourself politically? Fully 13% of respondents answered T-Pain. Although he did misspell TPAIN, I would like … Continue reading

The New Tea Party

Friends, I’ve been thinking a lot about the Tea Party movement lately, and what we can do in TPAIN (Tea Parties for America’s Indivisible Nation) to focus our efforts into real, lasting change. The good kind of change, not the recent bad kind. I’ve been thinking about the original Boston Tea Party, and what it … Continue reading

The New Know Nothings

Sarah Palin said last week in Little Rock: “Now the smart thing will be for independents who are such a part of this Tea Party movement to, I guess, kind of start picking a party. Which party reflects how that smaller, smarter government steps to be taken? Which party will best fit you? And then … Continue reading

TPAIN Logo

I was talking about TPAIN (Tea Parties for America’s Indivisible Nation) during the Superbowl this Sunday, and mentioned that we needed a logo. Well, my nephew heard me and thought he had just the thing. A few minutes later he came back with the logo you see here. I didn’t know the boy was that … Continue reading

Tea Parties Unite!

Folks, it’s hard not to get discouraged sometimes. We’re doing great things in this nation, but I can’t help thinking of how much more we could accomplish. Sure, we elected a Republican in Massachusetts, but on the other hand, there is still a Massachusetts. A lot of people are saying that we won Massachusetts because … Continue reading