Action Alert: Petition the FCC to Keep the Internet Free

http://www.mcteaparty.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/2416.5419-220.pngThe Internet is the purest expression of Americans’ First Amendment rights. It allows us to “assemble” in cyberspace, petition our government, and most importantly, speak freely. It epitomizes individual liberty by enabling ANYONE to create a website to run a …

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I Stand Sunday – November 2

http://www.mcteaparty.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/logo_lg-300x113.pngSupport your First Amendment right to free speech and freedom of worship by participating in I Stand Sunday on November 2. From the I Stand Sunday website: Join Christians across America for I Stand Sunday on November 2, 2014. Hosted …

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Rick Green’s Constitution Alive! Class – Sunday! Don’t miss this…

Rick Green’s Constitution Alive! Class is coming to Montgomery County on November 16, 2014. History and government do NOT have to be boring! Rick Green brings the Constitution and citizenship to LIFE through compelling and entertaining stories about the lives, …

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Life, Liberty & Property Tour – The Woodlands – July 22!

http://www.mcteaparty.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/logo.pngLife, Liberty & Property Tour The Woodlands Who:  Texas Eagle Forum, Texas Right to Life, Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, Texas Home School Coalition, Grassroots America, Concerned Women for America of Texas What:  Discussion with leading conservative groups, consultants, candidates and …

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Justices allow public prayers at New York town’s council meetings

http://www.mcteaparty.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/140505110541-prayer-story-top-300x168.jpgBy Bill Mears, CNN Supreme Court Producer (CNN) — The Supreme Court gave limited approval on Monday to public prayers at a New York town’s board meetings, citing the country’s history of religious acknowledgment in the legislature. The 5-4 ruling came in yet …

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High School Official Threatens Naval Academy Appointment of Valedictorian After He References Faith, U.S. Constitution in Speech

http://www.mcteaparty.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/religious-freedom-arizona.jpgTHURSDAY, JUNE 13, 2013 IN THE SCHOOL As soon as Valedictorian Remington Reimer began to talk of the Constitution and his faith, school officials shut off his microphone, prohibiting him from exercising his free speech rights. Following the ceremony, Joshua …

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