Serving it up
Joe Contreras of the Brazos County Sheriff’s Department pours tea for diners Wednesday at the Texas Roadhouse restaurant as part of the Tip a Cop event. Officers from the University, Bryan and College Station police departments, as well as the Sherif …
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Girls and dolls attend Barker Mansion tea
MICHIGAN CITY — Tea was served, along with scones and finger sandwiches, cupcakes and kiflis, a sweet favored in Russia and also Hungary.
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The closing video for the Tea Party Patriots American Policy Summit in Phoenix, AZ. Feb 27th marks the two-year anniversary of the 1st nationwide Tea Party protests. The Summit was a huge success with Attendees who enjoyed networking, learning and sharing how to more effectively impact government for Fiscal Responsibility, Constitutionally Limited Government and Free Markets. More info go to www.teapartypatriots.org For the inspiring story of the Tea Party Movement watch the Tea Party Movie http
KISS me once, KISS me twice
Hope you didn’t throw out that Gene Simmons mask. Rogers Bayfest is bringing back familiar faces for a four-day rock lineup this summer that include legendary rockers KISS and Canadian favourites the Tragically Hip, along with INXS, Theory of a Deadman and The Tea Party.[...]
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Grimm Rejects Tea Party Activists Who Backed His Election for Wall Street
“Mikey Suits,” the FBI agent- turned-New York City congressman, is working hard to defend the industry he once made his name busting.
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Pawlenty heading to Boston for Tea Party tax day rally | Derek Wallbank
WASHINGTON — Tim Pawlenty will head to Boston, site of the original Tea Party protest that helped spark the American Revolution some 237 years ago, to headline a Tea Party rally on April 15, which is traditionally the date taxes are due. The event’s location and timing are strategic for several reasons. Two that spring to mind immediately: T-Paw, whose staff have highlighted signs rebranding him …
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