A New American Tea Party: The Counterrevolution Against Bailouts, Handouts, Reckless Spending, and More Taxes (Hardcover)
The tax protester manifesto, written by a leading organizer of the tea party protests
On April 15, 2009, a grassroots contingency of Americans that would soon become known around the world as the Tea Party made front-page news. Angered by years of excessive government spending-taxpayer financed bailouts of businesses deemed too big to fail and taxpayer handouts to special interest groups-Americans of all ages and all walks of life took to the streets to take back their country. A New American Tea Party: The Counterrevolution Against Bailouts, Handouts, Reckless Spending, and More Taxes is their story, and it's your guide for contributing to the movement to rein in government spending. The book
- Summarizes the Tea Party movement
- Explains how the Tea Party protests were organized
- Presents a call to action for continuing protests and describes how to best coordinate them
The debt resulting from today's reckless government spending will eventually result in massive tax hikes. A New American Tea Party shows how to focus your outrage into a productive movement that will make a positive difference.
About the Author
John M. O'Hara is Manager of External Relations at The Heartland Institute. Previously, he served under U.S. Secretary of Labor Elaine L. Chao in the administration of George W. Bush, and was a journalism fellow at the American Spectator. He has been active in political campaigns at the state and federal level, including one presidential campaign. O'Hara graduated from Kenyon College with a BA in philosophy and a concentration in the Integrated Program in Humane Studies. He studied ancient philosophy and ethics at King's College London, and was managing editor of the Kenyon Observer. For more about the author, visit JohnMOHara.com.