Greater Phoenix Tea Party Patriots

Patriot Groups throughout the Maricopa and North Pinal County area.



RidersUSA's primary mission is to create awareness of local, state and national policy that directly or indirectly impact the Sovereignty of the United States.

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Location: Arizona statewide
Members: 40
Latest Activity: Mar 21

RidersUSA Bi-Monthly Meeting 02/16/2015


    Bi- Monthly Meeting

    Where: Draw 10 Bar & Grill
    5444 E. Washington Street
    Phoenix, AZ 85034
    When: Feb. 16, 2015

    5:30 - 6:30 Dinner (optional)
    6:30 - 8:00


    More information and online registration: RidersUSA Meeting



Discussion Forum

Review of "Occupy Phoenix" Protest 10/15/2011 6 Replies

If you have ever seen the cult classic, "One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest", starring Jack Nicholson, you then have a fairly descriptive picture of what this "Occupy Phoenix" rally is all about. If not, let me give it to you in a "nutshell" (no pun…Continue

Started by Vince Ansel. Last reply by Carly Feb 7, 2013.

Phoenix New Times Parent Linked to Promoting Child Prostitution 6 Replies

Well here it is folks! It's finally come down to this......Phoenix-based Village Voice Media (parent company of Phoenix New Times) has been accused of advertising in its smut section of this rag, services for child prostitution.…Continue

Started by Vince Ansel. Last reply by Lynne Stevens Apr 24, 2012.

Communist Raul Grijalva Needs To Go! 3 Replies

Communist House of Representatives Members in CongressPhotoFirst NameLast NameStateCityPosition / Voting RecordHistorical LinksRaúlGrijalvaAZTucsonCo-chairman, Congressional Progressive Caucus House Education and Labor Committee…Continue

Started by Cigar. Last reply by Moxie Feb 18, 2012.

Organizers Take On Immigration Enforcement Leadership -- Without Talking About Immigration 4 Replies

"Please don't be coerced into cooperating with these Berkeley, Saul Alinsky-trained community organizers," the motorcyclist pleaded. The crowd erupted in cheers.Yep Vince, they are writing about you. Took them long enough. Must have had to think, I…Continue

Started by Kevin. Last reply by Kevin Feb 18, 2012.

Ongoing Battle Between Public Sector Unions and the Az Taxpayer 4 Replies

 Thank you Phoenix Councilman Sal DiCiccio (District 6) for your continued fight in bringing to light the obvious collusion between Arizona Public Sector Unions and the Democratic Political machine in their never ending quest in helping the taxpayer…Continue

Started by Vince Ansel. Last reply by Cigar Jan 2, 2012.

Chicanos Unidos Arizona: Stolen U.S. Land 6 Replies

Miguel Perez, who has a blog on, is the current president of Chicanos Unidos Arizona and an active member of La Raza, also served as the vice president of the Latino civil rights organization MECHA in Fullerton California.…Continue

Started by Cigar. Last reply by AZRanger Dec 23, 2011.

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Comment by Cigar on May 20, 2014 at 3:18pm

If you are a Vet, THANK YOU.
We hope to see you sometime during the weekend as we all pay tribute to all Fallen.


Saturday, May 24th - 8:00 AM. Some members will be joining this ride. If you have never seen the Armory, get there early to see it all.

Saturday, May 24th - 8:00 AM. We will have our booth set up at this event, and they also have a ride to the National Cemetery.

Sunday, May 25th - All day long. RidersUSA will be setting up. We have motor homes and 5th wheelers that will be set up, and many members will be staying the night for BBQ, drink and good conversation. Anyone is welcome to come join us to help set up, or just stop by and say hello. Cave Creek Road and Pinnacle Peak, you can't miss us.
Monday, Memorial Day, May 26th -
5:00am - setup
6:00am - motorcycle line up
8:00am - Official, State Sponsored Memorial Day Ceremony inside the National Cemetery begins.

God Bless Our Vets - We Will Never Forget!

Comment by Cigar on May 20, 2014 at 6:32am

Comment by Patriot602 on May 17, 2014 at 8:11pm

Anyone out there? Come on up to the Horny Toad in Cave Creek, tomorrow, Sunday afternoon, from 1-5 PM for a great lunch and listen to me play lap steel with the band.

Comment by Patriot602 on May 9, 2014 at 6:07pm

What is the address for tomorrow mornings clean up at the house of the vet?

Comment by Patriot602 on May 5, 2014 at 6:58am

Buck Young Patriot Day!

Comment by Cigar on May 5, 2014 at 6:10am

Comment by Cigar on May 1, 2014 at 3:04pm


................The way the road is described is by starting at Clifton, AZ and ending in Eagar, AZ. Of course you can reverse the direction if you like. Just look for Clifton and Eagar on the New Mexico/Arizona border which are about 200 miles east of Phoenix, AZ and take AZ Road 191.

This road brings you to a whole new world in Arizona. Its located in the central eastern part of Arizona and parallels the New Mexico border. To find it on the map, just look for the towns of Eagar (home of the largest stand of pine trees in the US) and Clifton along the Arizona/New Mexico border. The towns are connected by Arizona road 191. You'll start out in a desert environment and end up passing through an Alpine paradise. It is LOADED with twists and turns and even though its in a remote section of Arizona, its well worth the trip. The road starts out in a desert setting near Clifton, AZ ... an old copper mining town. From there heading north and up in elevation, you can stop at a scenic overlook that will give you a look at the world's largest open-pit copper mines. The road will then take you through a canyon as the road hugs some cliffs and continues to dramatically climb (BE CAREFUL). What makes this road so amazing is the big change in scenery you'll see between the start and the finish. The diversity of landscape is due to the change in elevation you'll cover - a 5,000 feet difference from start to finish. You'll start out seeing some nice desert landscapes and then move on into some interesting canyons. You'll see the world's largest open pit copper mine and pass by one of the highest peaks in AZ - Escudilla Mountain (10,800 ft). You'll also see huge pine and aspen forests and some tranquil little meadows as you pass next to the White Mountains and through the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. "This was taken at Hannagan Meadow."

Comment by Patriot602 on April 30, 2014 at 5:52pm

I've witnessed similar behavior, at a number of zoos and liberal gatherings!

Comment by Vince Ansel on April 30, 2014 at 5:07pm

Move over Hanoi Jane, here comes “Peking Michele.!”

This is her true color.

This is what she believes in she is NO different than Jane Fonda.!

I wonder if she really would appreciate her life style if she actually had to live in China.??


 This is what the tyrants in the white house think of our beloved nation.

Have you EVER seen her hold or wave an


Comment by Cigar on April 28, 2014 at 6:01am


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