National Center Staff Engages in Tea Party-Mania

A second round of “tea parties” took place across America this week. According to one organizer’s web site, there were almost 1,500 scheduled events across America to protest the unabated growth of government, particularly since Obama took office.

On July 1, Project 21 fellow Deneen Borelli and her husband – National Center Free Enterprise Project Director Tom Borelli – attended the tea party in Times Square in New York City.

On July 4, National Center executive director David W. Almasi and his wife Nancy attended the tea party in Washington just steps from the Capitol.

Below are some photos from the New York City tea party. The next post will contain photos from the Washington D.C. tea party.

Deneen Borelli






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