Upcoming Event

The April meeting of the Twin City Tea Party will be held on Monday, April 28, 2014 at 6:30 pm at Cornerstone's Restaurant.  The Guest Speaker will be Professor John Strang who is a member of the TCTP.  the title of  Dr. Strang's presentation is:   "Citizenship and the Future of the Republic". 

Dr. Strang holds a PhD in Philosophy from Boston University.  Before his retirement, John has taught at several colleges and universities in New England and is an author and guest speaker on many topics in history.  John will explore the term and concept of  “Citizenship and Future of the Republic”: discussing how one learns to be good citizens, the responsibilities of being a good
citizen and the relationship of citizenship to our founding fathers and the US Constitution. 


 We will also plan to get an update on the Tax Day Tea Party Rally on Boston Commons that took place on Sunday, April 13.   The Cornerstone Restaurant is located at 616 Central Street (Rt 12).   The Twin City Tea Party is non-partisan.  All are welcome to attend.  There are no costs, dues or fees to attend. 


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 Listen to Patriots: 

Listen also to friend and member Pete I Da Tech Guy on his new syndicated radio show on the "Money Matters" channel, every Saturday from 12:00-2:00 pm.  You can hear Peter and John on your smart phones using the "Tune-in" app or through his blog.
John Weston's new show:  Right OverNight airs 2 nights per week, Friday and Saturday nights from 12:00 midnight - 5:00 am on WCRN radio 830am from Worcester. 
Michael Graham's "The Natural Truth" is back on the air, beginning Monday, February 11 and on weekdays from 12:00-3:00.  His show is syndicated on several stations so it is best to google Michaelgraham.com and find the best station for you.  Also, use your "tune-in" app.
Worcester Tea Party:    www.worcesterteaparty.com
Northborough Tea Party:   www.northboroughteaparty.com
 Massachusetts Tea Party:  www.carlos@massteaparty.org 






    A free people [claim] their rights as derived from the laws of nature, and not as the gift of their chief magistrate.

    Thomas Jefferson, 1774