Thursday, December 10, 2009

Tea Party Nation to Host National Tea Party Convention

/PRNewswire/ -- Tea Party Nation is pleased to announce the First National Tea Party Convention. The convention is aimed at bringing Tea Party representatives together from around the nation for the purpose of networking and supporting the movements' principle goals.

Sarah Palin, Governor of Alaska (2006-2009) and the 2008 Republican Vice Presidential Nominee will be the guest of honor and keynote speaker.

Rep. Michele Bachmann will be a breakfast speaker at the convention. Also speaking at the convention are Rep. Marsha Blackburn and former Alabama Supreme Court Judge Roy Moore.

Other participants include: Phil Valentine (Nationally Syndicated Conservative Talk Radio Host), Bruce Donnelly (President, SurgeUSA), Ana Puig, Dr. B. Leland Baker (author of Tea Party Revival), Mark Skoda (The Memphis Tea Party), Keli Carender (aka Liberty Belle), Dr. Rick Scarborough (author of "Enough is Enough"), Lori Christenson (The Evergreen Conifer Tea Party), David DeGerolamo (NC Freedom Tea Party), Walter Fitzgerald (Tea Party Nation - Emergency Preparedness), The Leadership Institute, Judicial Watch, SurgeUSA, FAIR, National Taxpayers Union, American Majority, Smart Girl Politics

Topics to be covered:

How to Defeat Liberalism via the 2010 Elections (Panel Discussion with Q&A)

Where Does the Tea Party Movement Go From Here? (Panel Discussion with Q&A)

Correlations Between the Current Administration and Marxist Dictators of Latin America and How to Stop it

Grassroots on the Ground

Using New Media for Conservative Activism

How to Do Voter Registration Drives and Where to Find Conservative Voters

Women in Politics


How to become a Precinct Committee Chairperson

Collaboration in the Cloud-Applied Technology in the TEA Party Movement

How to Unite State Tea Party Groups

How to Organize a Tea Party Group

Emergency Preparedness

How to stop Illegal Immigration Legislation

*topics subject to change


About Tea Party Nation (

Last February, Judson Phillips organized a tea party in downtown Nashville, TN for a crowd of 600. On April 15, he joined forces with other tea party organizers across the nation and held a second Tea Party in downtown Nashville, drawing a crowd of 10,000. He founded Tea Party Nation that April hoping to be a connecting thread between conservatives and those involved in the Tea Party movement.

Since that time, Tea Party Nation has grown and continues to grow into a force to be reckoned with in the 2010 and 2012 elections. Tea Party Nation is a user-driven group of like-minded people who desire our God-given individual freedoms written by our founding fathers. We believe in limited government, free speech, the Second Amendment, our military, secure borders and our country. We are doing together what we could not do alone, to preserve that which we value.

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