"Carthago delenda est", or "Delenda est Carthago" (English: "Carthage must be destroyed"), is a Latin oratorical phrase. Originating in the Roman Republic in the 2nd century BC prior to the Third Punic War against Carthage, by the party advocating destruction of Rome's ancient rival Carthage, which was thought to be rebuilding its capacity for further … Continue reading Popularis Socialismi delenda est
The Worcester Tea Party is most famous for hosting Educational Events where we discuss topics of public interest. Most have been free due to the generosity of our members, but occasionally there must be a charge to cover expenses. Over the years we have heard from many famous people: Mark Fisher, Evan Falchuk, Professor Maurice … Continue reading Lord Monckton speaks in Worcester MA
Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak. If your enemy is secure at all points, be prepared for him. If he is in superior strength, evade him. If your opponent is temperamental, seek to irritate him. - Sun Tzu The Art of War The Worcester Tea Party is constituted as … Continue reading The Pen is mightier than the Sword
Writing for Pete’s blog allows me the opportunity to speak to a nationwide and perhaps international audience. While it's not uncommon for me to have a choir to preach to, I feel I have to up my game a little and speak not about local taxes issues or individual corrupt politicians or odious ordinances, but … Continue reading What is the Most Important Virtue for an Activist?
Today we celebrate the birth of our nation and our own independence at a time when the enemies of both are feverishly active in our republic. For 242 years our nation has been a beacon lighting the way for all the peoples of this blue planet. The appearance of our republic has been imitated, but … Continue reading Independence of the Individual
“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.” George Bernard Shaw The Worcester Tea Party (WTP) is the organization of unreasonable men and women; you have to be unreasonable to advocate small government in the … Continue reading Unreasonable in Worcester
The work of the Worcester Tea Party is being the sensible alternative to the scroungy schemes put forth by the Loony Leftists. We do this through education and by drawing attention to the issues and challenges facing our Commonwealth (Massachusetts). This may seem parochial, but if you remember it was the alleged success of Romney Care, … Continue reading The Work of the Worcester Tea Party
Everywhere you look in the media the headlines are full of it. Incivility Reigns! Bullying! Cyber bullying! Mean Girls Rule! All there on the front page, all there on the splash, all there waiting for you to click on to see who said what about whom. Never mind if any of its true, never mind … Continue reading Civics with Civility
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is in the process of reacquiring the nickname TAX-achusetts. The Loony Left has come up with a ballot question they have cynically named the “Fair Share Amendment.” This proposed change our state’s Constitution would allow a surtax of 80% on incomes of one million or more. Further language in the amendment … Continue reading Your Signature will help Save Massachusetts
While the Federal Government and the press seems to have forgotten about the targeting of the tea party by the IRS The Worcester Tea Party has not. On Monday March 14th from Noon to 1 PM at the Worcester common on front street, Day 1040 of the IRS scandal they will be holding a standout … Continue reading Coming on IRS Scandal Day 1040 Worcester Tea Party Standout For Answers
For all the talk about how the base needs to cooperate with the establishment more, it’s worth remembering that the base almost always does its part on Election Day. It's the establishment that is less reliable in returning the favor. Jonah Goldberg Earlier this year just before the NH primary the popular Massachusetts Governor Charlie … Continue reading Will Charlie Baker Chris Christie the Mass GOP?
This morning while figuring out what I want to say today I read two posts that clicked in my mind exactly how to explain the GOP establishment. One of them was at Instapundit and linked to a piece by Nate Silver at Five Thirty Eight on Donald Trump & Polls titled One less reason to … Continue reading Pastor Kelly & Nate Silver help decode the GOP Establishment
Yesterday the net was all a flutter with the latest Des Moines Register Poll showing that my man Ted Cruz is for the first time, in the lead in Iowa by a significant margin. The firebrand junior senator from Texas is backed by 31 percent of those likely to attend the Republican caucuses that start … Continue reading Ted Cruz Still Playing Nine Innings
Your first job is to get re-elected. Sam Rayburn If you looked at the Mainstream media Thursday evening and Friday morning there was a single theme. The Conservative caucus in the house was doomed, they were stuck with John Boehner and that if they force an election for speaker through a motion to "vacate the … Continue reading The Trump Factor in a GOP House Primary election
Meglos: Well, gentlemen, shall we all descend together into the earth for another thousand years or shall we resume our original arrangements? Grugger: Well, I'm prepared to forget that little incident. Meglos: Oh, I hope not. Brotadac: We'll remember. Doctor Who Meglos 1980 God, the Father of mercies, through the death and resurrection of his … Continue reading I’ve got to disagree with Red State on Renne Ellmers here