Governor Tim Pawlenty to headline Greater Boston Tea Party Tax Day rally

The Greater Boston Tea Party will hold its third annual Tax Day rally on Friday, April 15th, 4:00 – 6:00PM at the Boston Common Bandstand.

The Greater Boston Tea Party is an all volunteer, non-profit public policy advocacy organization that works to restore and defend the Constitution of the United States. Formed in 2010, the organization conducts open-to-the-public rallies, meetings, candidate meet-and-greets, grassroots activist trainings and legislation education events in the Greater Boston area.

Members of the organization are excited to welcome Governor Tim Pawlenty’s message of fiscal discipline to our annual Tax Day TEA Party rally.  ”Governor Pawlenty’s leadership in Minnesota has put his state on a course towards economic success,” said Christen Varley, President of GBTP.  ”His is a message voters need to hear.”

The list of participating speakers/performers is as follows:

Musical acts Black Diamond Band and Chris Ross

Christen Varley, President, GBTP

Michael Graham, 96.9 talk, Rally Emcee

Rev. Paul Jehle, Plymouth Rock Foundation

Dick Patten,

John Lumbard, Americans for a Balanced Budget Amendment

Karyn Polito, former State Representative and candidate for State Treasurer

Barry Hinckley,

Loren Spivack, The Free Market Warrior

Tom Weaver, Show ID to Vote

Jim Stergios, Pioneer Institute

John Stephen, former candidate for NH Governor

Governor Tim Pawlenty

Free Market Warrior Seminar

The Greater Boston Tea Party

would like to invite you to the first seminar in our Speaker Series


Loren Spivack “The Free Market Warrior”

A free society cannot survive unless the people understand what is going on.  Loren Spivack, The Free Market Warrior, has committed himself to helping an entire generation of Americans understand how economics works.  The information is given in straightforward accessible format, with the goal of preparing a new “army” of regular Americans ready and equipped to fight for freedom, in that area where freedom is most crucial: our economic lives.

The seminar is given over two evenings and divided into four parts:

  1. Intellectual and Historical Roots of Socialism: Understanding its broad appeal.
  2. The Intellectual and Historical Roots of Capitalism: Why we’ll starve without it.
  3. The Source of Value: Two contrasting views and their implications.
  4. Applying the Principles of Freedom to the Problems of Today.

Where: Woburn, MA 01801

When: July 21st and 22nd

Time: 6:30 – 10:00 PM

Space is limited so RSVP by emailing:

“Time wisely spent.” -Jon Reynolds, Charlotte NC

“This seminar is worth more than most college educations!”- Drew Kelly, Mooresville, NC

Our own Christine Morabito attended the seminar when conducted in Lowell and filed the following report:

Did you know that the theory of Keynesian economics was disproven long before John Maynard Keynes was even born?  Keynes just rediscovered and repackaged the kooky theory in the 1930’s and people thought it was a new concept.  Apparently, you can do that in economics.  Seems like reverse evolution to me.

Loren A. Spivack, The Free Market Warrior, has been busy schooling folks all across the country about the miracle of the Free Market.  His brilliantly conceived, flawlessly executed seminar is coming to a Tea Party near you.  I highly recommend his 2-part Economic Literary Seminar which demystifies economics and presents clear, common sense, free market principles in a witty and entertaining way.

Spivack champions the benefits of Capitalism to the world at large and explains why Socialism, while appealing to a great many people, ignores human nature and defies all logic and common sense.  Find out why sociology professors are disproportionately liberal yet the university’s football coach is most likely a Republican.

You’ll discuss the origins of money and how we don’t need the government to distribute it any more than we need the government to provide our healthcare.  It has been proven time and time again that the free market, if allowed to operate unmolested, can solve virtually every economic problem we can think of.

Find out Loren’s common sense solutions to taxes, healthcare, entitlement programs, and why he feels the government should get out of the education system entirely.

The uber-left have been ringing the apocalyptic bells for decades about running out of natural resources.  Spivack busts the myths about these doom and gloom predictions by citing examples like the fact that in 1910–well before environmentalism– the number of trees was at its all time lowest.  While trotting out the old, tired “But what about the children?” mantra every time we threaten to cut up the government credit card, they continue to squander the fruits of our labor (human resources) on studies like the one funded with a million of our hard-earned dollars to study prostitutes in Ho Chi Minh City.

Please join us!