North Saint Paul TEA Party

Est. 2009 – As a natural extensional of the eternal free  mind contemporaneous with other like minded people–started and founded by me on  Face Book, however, was destroyed within by  radical liberal dissenters or moles if you will.  Was  the first group on Face Book making early inroads into the movement.

The Sons & Daughters of Liberty believe in Fiscal Responsibility, Constitutionally Limited Government, and Free Markets. We are typically a non-partisan grassroots organization of individuals united by our core values derived from the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States of America, the Bill Of Rights as explained in the Federalist Papers. We recognize and support the strength of grassroots organization powered by activism and civic responsibility at a local level. We hold that the United States is a republic conceived by its architects as a nation whose people were granted “unalienable rights” by our Creator. Chiefly among these are the rights to “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” The Sons & Daughters of Liberty stand with our founders, as heirs to the republic, to claim our rights and duties which preserve their legacy and our own. We hold, as did the founders, that there exists an inherent benefit to our country when private property and prosperity are secured by natural law and the rights of the individual.

 

One Response to North Saint Paul TEA Party

  1. Anonymous says:

    Amen brother, We are a time tested bunch. We will preserve and hopefully make better what our forefathers left us an inheritance.

    The fight will continue I suppose, for their are always some elemental forces within our country that are intentionally or not trying to destroy the greatest country on earth.

    Thanks for your tenacity and continued effort in the noble movement of smaller limited government.

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