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N.W. Valley Tea Party Patriots


N.W. Valley Tea Party Patriots

“We have started the Northwest Valley group, and would like to invite you to show your interest. Please join the group if you are interested in participating in the Peoria to Surprise area. Date and location is posted on the Events page.”

Location: Glendale / Peoria / Sun City / Surprise
Members: 87
Latest Activity: Aug 21, 2017

NOTE: We have created a group specifically for the discussion of the US Senate race and we will be directing the conversation there. Any conversation on this topic in a local group's meeting discussion board will not be allowed and violators will risk removal from the website.

The group is titled US Senate Race - Arizona. If you are interested in this conversation, please join the group and you will receive the notices when someone posts on the topic. For all others, please accept our apology as we seek to clean up the excessive notifications.

Discussion Forum


NEW LOCATION FOR MEETINGS:NW Valley Tea Party10050 W Bell Road, Suite 49, Sun City, AZ 85351Next Meeting:  March 10th    6-9pm…Continue

Started by Jan Sniderman Mar 5, 2015.


charged with reckless assullt and endangerment on 6/10/11 by state of Arizona..Time for an investigation.I believe he is innocent untill proven guilty. but bruises usually can't lie...Continue

Tags: criminal, charges, two, with, bungaard

Started by Nicholas Funk. Last reply by Kristen Hammond Jun 10, 2011.

Next Meeting

The next NWValley TEA Party meeting will be Tuesday, March 22 from 6:30-8pm at the Royal Cafe, located at 10793 W. Grand Avenue, Sun City.  Meeting starts at 6:30pm but feel free to arrive earlier to…Continue

Started by Lisa Gray Mar 14, 2011.

Youtube video 9 Replies

This is a very powerful video.  A must see for all patriots.…Continue

Started by Jimmy Easling. Last reply by Rick Gray Mar 16, 2010.

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Comment by Janet Contreras on September 13, 2010 at 11:07am
All Arizona precinct committee representatives need to review this article:
Comment by Ron Harders on September 4, 2010 at 1:52pm
Janet Contreras has a matching donation fund drive going and it ends at midnight tonight. If you want her to lose against the democrat hack and Pelosi rubber stamp, Ed Pastor; sit on your wallets and don't contribute. If, however, you want a real conservative to have a real chance at defeating the socialist Pastor, open up that wallet, let the moths out and put up some cash. I just gave a $1,000.00. Somebody want to match me?

Comment by Rick Gray on August 16, 2010 at 3:04pm

The last thing I would want to see is for you to leave the GPTPP. I appreciate your commitment to the cause as well as the time and leadership you provide. I don't think we all have to be in lockstep agreement to work together to advance the goals of the TEA Party.

One of the things I appreciate about our group is the visual of the overlapping circles and the three main values that are the focus of the GPTPP: Fiscal Responsibility, Constitutional Adherence, and Free Market Principles. We can have divergent views on other issues and still rally together and work to support those main goals.

I think the one challenging issue for a lot of people right now is the Senate race, which I can understand. And I know there is a lot of concern about the outcome--in fact it's more than concern, it's a love/hate attitude. You probably have a more analytical view rather than an emotional view, which is a good influence for all of us; even if we have a hard time dealing with it.

But I would encourage you NOT to consider stepping away, as you stated in your letter. There are a lot of problems and a lot of ugly attitudes and actions to deal with in politics. You probably know better than most what our founding fathers went through and what they had to put up with. There were contentions, egos, opposition and even complacency from many of the people of their time, yet they pressed on. And because they were willing to put up with the frustrations, and pay the huge cost of freedom, we have been able to inherit the reward of their suffering—America, the greatest country on earth. No, now is not the time to pull away, now is the time to keep pressing in. You may face some “friendly” fire, but don’t let that stop you. You have too much to offer to pull away now.

I’ve had people say they were leaving our group because we had to bounce around to various locations and change some of our meeting times because our group was growing so fast. I felt like telling them to watch the John Adams series again so they could see what real suffering for the cause of freedom looked like. The time and situation is too critical and the outcome too important to get side-tracked by problems or frustrations right now. Our country is on the brink of the “fundamental transformation” that will turn us into another Argentina.

So keep up the good work, Steve. We need to all be involved to bring about a solution that will restore us to the Constitutional framework that made America great.

Rick Gray
Northwest Valley TEA Party
Comment by Hank Fields on August 16, 2010 at 12:53pm
Steve Weston:

Although I am guilty of of mild attacks, I must agree with your posting. Should the Tea Party become any party's front organization it will spell the end of this wonderful grassroots citizen organization.

Would agree that when talking about a particular candidate it would be acceptable to state that candidate X receives the Tea Party endorsement or even that both candidates X and Y receive our endorsement?. Going further would it be acceptable to say that one of the Candidates is more in line with the generally accepted Tea Party principles than the other?

I appreciate you letter and thoughts and am NOT in general with you, I simply wanted to know how you thought we should show our support for any particular candidate.
Comment by Hank Fields on July 20, 2010 at 8:46am
After listening to the debates, I have reached the following conclusion. Jim Deakin would be by far the best candidate. However I don't believe he has a chance. Despite being a professional politician, J.D, is a better candidate for U.S. Senator than RINO John McCain. Should McCain secures the nomination, I will vote Democratic. After all what's the difference?
Comment by David Farney on March 27, 2010 at 10:57pm
Joe, you are absolutely right. JD is the only viable candidate to defeat McCain in the primary. We need to support him.
Comment by Joe Green on March 25, 2010 at 6:59pm
I have a question to ask everyone: DO WE WANT TO DEFEAT PROGRESSIVE,CAP & TRADE AND PRO-ILLEGAL JOHN McCAIN OR DO WE WANT TO SPLIT THE VOTE AND RE-ELECT McCAIN? The only person that has a chance to beat McCain is JD Hayworth. I have listened to him, here in Phoenix, on the radio for almost 3 years. He will make a 1000% better senator than McCain.
Jim Deakin may be a good guy but he doesn't have a chance in hell of winning the primary election. McCain and his group are hoping that Deakin will split the vote and McCain will win. I putting my money and time on helping JD get the nomination. Everyone else had better do the same if we want to defeat McCain. There is no such thing as a perfect candiate. As I said before JD is 1000% better than McCain!
Comment by Rick Gray on March 17, 2010 at 10:09pm
Great meeting tonight with Sheriff Joe. It's also good seeing so many new faces. We may have to get a bigger room if it keeps going like this.
Comment by Hugh Kealer on February 25, 2010 at 10:18am
It will be at the capitol building.
Comment by Jimmy Easling on February 25, 2010 at 9:17am
Does anyone know the location of the teaparty express being held in Phoenix March 28th at 2PM?

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