We are Concerned Citizens with 3 Core Principles:

Fiscal Responsibility • Limited Government • Free Markets

The Tea Party movement is an American fiscally conservative political movement. Members of the movement have called for lower taxes, and for a reduction of the national debt of the United States and federal budget deficit through decreased government spending.

Do our Tea Party principles of Fiscal Responsibility, Limited Government and Free Markets align with your principles of government? If so, please consider signing up for our TEA Mail updates or attend our next Tea Party meeting in your area. LEARN MORE…

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The COVID Vaccine: Resources

The COVID Vaccine: Resources

The NKY Tea Party believes that each person should decide for themselves whether or not to take the COVID vaccine. As responsible citizens it’s up to us to do our own research. A few resources we’ve browsed are linked below. **Obviously we aren’t medical advisors nor...

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ARISE USA! THE RESURRECTION TOUR

In Louisville Kentucky 7/19 Monday. Venue TBD.  Keep checking the Arise USA website for details. Event is free and no registration is required. Each event will begin with a morning biker gathering with Scott McKay followed by a freedom ride. The afternoon event will...

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Restore Election Integrity Tour

Restore Election Integrity Tour

Senator Adrienne Southworth is presenting her investigation of election integrity and voter fraud in Kentucky. Don't miss this stop on her Election Integrity Tour! She's discovering new information every day and concerned citizens need to be informed. Call a friend...

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Congressman Massie’s Fight to Abolish the DoE

Members of Congress are seeking to pass legislation to terminate the unconstitutional and Deep State-controlled Department of Education (DOE). H.R. 899 is sponsored by Representative Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) and co-sponsored by 14 additional representatives, while S....

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Vaccines and Election Integrity: June Meeting

Despite the steady downpour outside, the NKY Tea Party filled the back room of Peewee’s Place for our monthly meeting. While enjoying dinner and drinks (I highly recommend the sloppy jo sandwich with sweet potato fries) we discussed key conservative issues with two of...

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