Taxpayers' Tea Party How to Become Politically Active--and Why

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  • Edition: 2nd
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  • Copyright: 2010-06-15
  • Publisher: Baen
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In living rooms across America, citizens are struggling to pay their taxes and also struggling to believe that the same congressmen they elected on promises of not increasing those taxes are not planning to do just the opposite. Sally Jefferson is one of those Americans, but she's not just going to mouth off to her coworkers about how tough it is. She and her friends are going to DO something about it this time, and prove that democracy still works in the process. Taxpayers' Tea Partyis more than a manual for political revenge; it's step-by-step guide in cartoon form to carry out our own American Revolution.

Author Biography

Sharon Cooper is currently serving her sixth term as the State Representative for the 41st District of Georgia, and currently chairs the Health and Human Services committee. Chuck Asay has been a political cartoonist for over 30 years and is a two-time winner of the H. L. Mencken Award.

Table of Contents

Introductionp. 1
Introduction to the 1994 editionp. 5
A Taxpayer's Revenge:
Cartoonsp. 9
Healthcarep. 28
Environmentp. 39
Educationp. 48
Gunsp. 59
Mediap. 64
Big Governmentp. 69
Defensep. 80
Finallyp. 86
The Road to Rebellion
A Manual on How to Become Politically Activep. 91
The Road to Rebellion, 2009p. 93
The Road to Rebellion, 1994p. 97
Networkingp. 103
Social Networkingp. 106
Face to Face Meetingsp. 109
How to Write Your Congressmanp. 113
Sample Letter to a Congressmanp. 119
Senator Nunn's Responsep. 121
Contacting the Presidentp. 122
Sample Letter to the Presidentp. 125
Just the Faxp. 127
Sample Faxp. 128
Senator Johnston Repliesp. 129
Letters to the Editorp. 130
Sample Submitted Letter to the Editorp. 133
Same Sample as Publishedp. 134
Hold Your Very Own Taxpayer's Tea Partyp. 135
Sample 60-Second Radio Adp. 139
A Secret Weapon: Independent Expendituresp. 141
Vote-You Have Nothing to Lose but Your Congressman!p. 143
Information Shared is Information Multipliedp. 146
Cost of Government Day (COGD) 2009p. 147
A Pro Jobs, Pro Growth Plan for Health Reformp. 149
American Solutions for Winning the Futurep. 153
Gangster Governmentp. 155
Vulnerable Democratsp. 161
National Tax Union Score Chartp. 162
Blue Dog Democratsp. 165
National Resourcesp. 168
House Members Contact Informationp. 178
Senate Members Contact Informationp. 200
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