Wichita tea party

Wichita tea party sign-making party

If you want to attend the Wichita tea party being held on April 15, and you don't know how to make a protest sign, or what to write on the sign, we've got a solution for you. On Monday April 13, we'll be at the Spangles Restaurant at 612 S. Broadway (Northeast corner of Kellogg & Broadway) from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm for a sign-making party. We'll have some supplies there, or you can bring your own. Spangles has half-price burgers on Monday, so you can have a great meal, too. Or maybe just a cup of coffee or…
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Wichita Tea Party on Tax Day Flyer

Susan Estes has created a printable flyer to promote the Wichita tea party protest on tax day, April 15. Click on Wichita Tea Party Planned for Tax Day, April 15 to learn more about the event. Thanks to Susan Estes for creating the flyer, and for the great imagery. It hints of one of the themes of the protest, which is "Flush twice, it's a long way to Washington!" Click on Wichita Tea Party Tax Day Flyer to download the printable flyer. It's a pdf file.
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Wichita tea party planning session

Wichita tea party planning for April 15, originally uploaded by Bob Weeks. We're having a tea party in Wichita on tax day, April 15. Here's the planning group hard -- hardly, I should say -- at work. For more information about the tea party, click on Wichita Tea Party planned for April 15.
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Wichita Tea Party Planned for Tax Day, April 15

Bailouts, stimulus, pork. It's never enough. It's never over. There's no end in sight. Tell Washington that enough is enough! We'll be protesting near the main Wichita post office on West Harry Street, north of the airport. There will be food and drinks, with a small donation requested. The time is from 4:15 pm to 8:00 pm. Come and go as you please. Bring your homemade signs. You can see a Google map of the location by clicking here. Please register for the event by clicking here. Registration helps the organizers estimate the need for food and drink.
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Wichita Tea Party News Coverage on KSN Television

The Wichita Tea Party protest as covered by KSN Television, February 27, 2009. A very good job by reporter Josh Witsman. "Someone needs to go and cut up Congress and President Obama's credit card, because it’s not their credit card -- it's our credit card."
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Wichita Tea Party Citizen Report

A citizen report submitted by John Todd. Photos are available by clicking here. More coverage and video can be viewed by clicking here. An estimated 100-plus citizen activists assembled today near Second and Waco Streets to participate in a protest of the federal stimulus package and bailouts. The event was billed as The Wichita Tea Party. Two men drove 200 miles from Garden City to attend. Other Kansans were here from Abilene, Hutchinson, Andover, and Augusta. A gentleman from the Kansas City area came dressed in a pink pig suit with a sign denouncing "pork spending." He delighted the crowd.…
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Wichita Tea Party Photos

In Wichita, it was a cold day with a freezing wind, but quite a few protesters --human, canine, and porcine -- came out to show their displeasure with the direction of our country. Appreciation was also expressed for the members of the Kansas Congressional delegation who voted against stimulus pork and bailouts. Click here for more photos from this event. Or, click here for an automatic slideshow. See more coverage by clicking on Wichita Tea Party.
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In Wichita, Angry Citizens Revive Boston Tea Party Protest

Wichita Tea Party organizer Nancy Armstrong talks about Friday's Wichita Tea Protest on KAKE Television: Coverage at KAKE Television is at Angry Citizens Revive Boston Tea Party Protest. Other stories at Voice For Liberty in Wichita are at Wichita Tea Party Area Residents Plan Wichita Tea Party Wichita Tea Party, from AFP
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Wichita Tea Party, from AFP

Here's a message from Americans For Prosperity's Kansas state director Derrick Sontag about the Wichita Tea Party this Friday. It started with people like you, logging on and signing our petition at NoStimulus.com, and now we have a full-blown grassroots movement on our hands. One such activist, Nancy Armstrong, supported Hillary Clinton in the 2008 primary and even went on the road, campaigning for the former New York Senator. But while on the campaign trail, Nancy learned more than she anticipated about the Obama campaign. Now she’s joining the fight against the massive deficit spending bill by organizing the Wichita…
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Area Residents Plan Wichita Tea Party

Grassroots movement sweeps into Wichita with anti-stimulus rally WICHITA -- Grassroots activists in Wichita will rally outside Sen. Sam Brownback’s office on Friday, to show their appreciation to the senator for opposing the federal stimulus bill, and to demonstrate their frustration with big government spending. Nancy Armstrong, Garden Plain, organized the rally at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 27 outside Sen. Sam Brownback’s office (245 N. Waco, Wichita). Sen. Brownback voted against the federal bailout bill. Armstrong said Friday’s rally is intended to thank the Senator for standing in opposition to this bill, but also to let everyday Kansans vent their…
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Wichita Tea Party

Learn about tea parties in Kansas on tax day 2010 by clicking on Tax day tea parties in Kansas announced. Update: Learn about the tea party planned for Wichita on February 20, 2010 by clicking on Wichita winter tea party: it’s inside this Saturday. Update: Learn about the tea party planned for Wichita on August 28 by clicking on American Tea Party. Update: Learn about the tea party planned for Wichita on July 4 by clicking on July 4 Wichita Taxpayer Tea Party. Update: View reports, photos, and video of the event by clicking on Wichita Tea Party. Update: Learn…
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