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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Coffee and Candidates: May Meeting

Over eighty-five patriots met at a local bar and grill on a sunny, but chilly, May evening. As we enjoyed the delicious food and drew our jackets closer, local politicians and business owners drew our attention to some key issues facing Kentucky.  State Senator John...

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Rendezvous with Rand Paul: Key KY Issues

Last Friday, members of the NKY Tea Party and leaders in NKY economic development had breakfast with Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) to raise questions and discuss needed reforms for Kentucky and to get his take on what we can do to make Kentucky a better place for economic...

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Meeting with Massie: April Meeting

The NKY Tea Party filled all three levels of the restaurant’s outdoor patio at our latest meeting. With his microphone in hand so he could be heard by all, Congressman Thomas Massie walked across each deck to take questions and give us an update on what’s happening in...

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March Meeting

The full turnout at the Tea Party’s March meeting shows that the winter of our patriotic discontent is leading to a spring of patriotic fervor. Brother Lee Watts (host of Patriot Point) opened the meeting with a passionate talk on Romans 13 and how Christians should...

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February Meeting

Despite the chilly winter weather, the NKY Tea Party had a fantastic turn-out for the second meeting of the year. Welcome to all who came for the first time! We heard from those on the frontlines of the battle for Kentucky’s liberty and came away with a clear plan for...

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Free Choice — Not Free Money

Free Choice — Not Free Money

Education shapes culture. It influences student’s career choices, which affects the state economy. Education molds our expectations of the world and of ourselves. Education is so important that some parents spend thousands of dollars and work long hours to provide...

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KY Doesn’t Need a Gas Tax

KY Doesn’t Need a Gas Tax

By now it’s cliche to say that 2020 was a rough year--physically, emotionally, and economically. That’s why it makes perfect sense to increase taxes. Catch my sarcasm--what is this, Robin Hood’s England?  KY Representative Sal Santoro has been trying to pass...

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