Lincoln Tea Party has become Grassroots in Nebraska
This Lincoln Tea Party site was opened in early March of 2009 to publish information about our group's events.
Desiring additional features, we moved to our own website under our permanent banner Grassroots in Nebraska in August of 2009.
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What began as the Lincoln Tea Party with events in early 2009 has become Grassroots in Nebraska. Please visit our fully featured website by clicking the image below: Advertisements
As a couple of Americans who have spent too much time focused on Washington, D.C. and not enough within our state (but making an effort to change this), we wonder whether the maneuvers regarding a certain piece of legislation introduced … Continue reading
Sorry to be stunned by media accuracy, but there you are. This is the best report I’ve seen on our event in Lincoln. The only thing inaccurate was the report of 200 attendees. As I’ve referenced previously, there were around … Continue reading
Lady Axiom has an excellent post rounding up many of the cases of media bias in the reporting about April 15th’s Tea Party events. Oklahoma Tea Party- Perspective. *update* Honey! I shrunk the Tea Party! In addition to citing many examples … Continue reading
Today, a fellow Nebraskan, located in the rural, northeast part of the state reported to me that Census workers are using a hand held device that looks like the signing device carried by UPS workers to log citizens’ GPS coordinates. … Continue reading
AT THE CAPITOL BUILDING: The rally will be held on the West Side of the Capitol building in front of the statue of Abraham Lincoln. I know some people expressed a wish that we convene on the North steps. Please … Continue reading
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