Monday, April 13, 2009

Michael Johns to Address Tax Day Tea Party Rallies in Boston, New York and Philadelphia

Republican strategist and conservative writer Michael Johns, a former White House speechwriter and Heritage Foundation policy analyst, will speak this week at Tax Day Tea Party rallies in Boston, New York City, and Philadelphia as part of a large and burgeoning movement of Americans calling for a new direction in American public policy.

A national grassroots movement rooted in support for tax and regulatory relief and opposed to income redistribution and most federal governmental subsidies and bailouts, the Tea Party movement has blossomed significantly in recent weeks. Based on many of the same principles that sparked the original Boston Tea Party on December 16, 1773, some 2,000 Tea Party events will be held this week in cities across the United States. Michael Johns, one of several national leaders of the Tea Party movement, will speak at three of the largest Tea Party events:

**On Wednesday April 15, 2009, at approximately 11am ET, Michael Johns will address the Tax Day Tea Party rally in Boston, Massachusetts at the Boston Common at the Massachusetts State House, located at 24 Beacon Street in Boston. The event will be emceed by radio talk show host Todd Feinburg of Boston's WRKO Radio. For further information on the Boston Tax Day Tea Party, see the event's official site at: Boston Tax Day Tea Party. A video of this April 15, 2009 speech is now available at: Remarks by Michael Johns to Boston Tea Party.

**Later on Wednesday April 15, 2009, at approximately 7pm ET, Michael Johns will address the Tax Day Tea Party rally in New York City at City Hall Park, located at 249 Broadway in Lower Manhattan. Joining Johns in addressing the New York City Tax Day Tea Party will be Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. Johns also will participate in the New York City Tax Day Tea Party after-party, to be held from 10pm to 1am ET at The XChange at 640 West 28th Street, Ninth Floor (between 11th and 12th Avenues) in Manhattan. For further information on the New York City Tax Day Tea Party, see the event's official site at: New York City Tax Day Tea Party. A video of most of this April 15, 2009 speech is now available at: Remarks by Michael Johns to New York City Tea Party.

**Finally, later this week, on Saturday April 18, 2009, at approximately 12pm ET, Michael Johns will address the Tax Day Tea Party rally in Philadelphia at Independence Mall, located at Market Street between Fifth and Sixth Streets in center city Philadelphia. Joining Johns in addressing the Philadelphia Tax Day Tea Party will be radio talk show host Dom Giordano of Philadelphia's WPHT-AM, New Jersey Gubernatorial candidate Steve Lonegan, National Republican Trust PAC Executive Director Scott Wheeler, and Geno's Steaks' owner Joey Vento. For further information on the Philadelphia Tax Day Tea Party, see the event's official site at: Philadelphia Tax Day Tea Party. A video of most of this April 18, 2009 speech is now available at: Remarks by Michael Johns to Philadelphia Tea Party.

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3 comments:

TeeRoonie said...

not into crowds, but i'll be there in spirit!
hope the crazed, mean-spirited "liberals" (who are now the antithesis of Open-Minded or Accepting) don't start rioting. may the NYPD be there in top form!

Kathy Williams said...

Sounds like great fun! Let us know all the details! I will be attending a small town tea-party here in Texas.

Kathy Williams

Anonymous said...

Mr. Johns, we were many blocks back during your speech to last night's Tea Party in New York, and the security was very, very tight all around us so we could not push any closer. I just want you to know that everyone around us was moved by your words. When you criticized Obama for getting rid of the phrase "War on Terror," there was screaming and fists in the air. And when you spoke about 9/11 there were many tears. God bless you, Mr. Johns. Everyone around us felt the energy of your message and patriotism. Please--for the sake of our country--keep it up.