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Your Tax Dollars, Your Choice:

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How to Keep the Government out of Partisan Politics

Do you think it’s fair that the state government acts as a collections agent for government unions? Are you interested in learning more about Paycheck Protection which would eliminate this practice?

If you would like to hear more about what we can do to end this unfair system, please join us for our Paycheck Protection Townhall! The AFP - PA & Lehighton 9/12 Present Paycheck Protection Townhall.

Jennifer Stefano, AFP Pennsylvania State Director will be the featured speaker.

Complimentary desserts and coffee will be provided. Don’t miss this chance to attend! All the details are below for you to RSVP.

Thursday, March 27, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM Beaver Run Rod and Gun Club 676 Stewart Creek Rd Lehighton, PA 18235

Sign up for the Lehighton event here!

Last Updated on Thursday, March 20, 2014

As Heard on the Radio

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As Heard on the Radio

Hayden Phillips, Northampton County Councilman will be on Bobby Gunther Walsh this Monday, March 17, 2014 at 8:45 am to discuss the Northampton County Councils vote to spend $698,000.

You can hear it on 790AM WAEB. If you missed it, you can still hear it! Right HERE.

Last Updated on Monday, March 17, 2014

Meet Your New LVTP Executive Board‏

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Spring is beginning to show itself a little more each day. As the snow melts and the air slowly warms, tiny shoots of new growth will soon start to cover the earth. And so it is with our Tea Party group. It’s at this time each year when the Executive Board is renewed with fresh faces, bold ideas, and new vision for our future. This year's Executive Board members, listed in no particular order are Mr. Lynn Patnaude, Mrs. Arlene Klocek, Mr. Tony Simao, Mr. Tom Carroll, Dr. Christine Bongiorno, Mr. Dave Dahms, Mr. Mike Ciasulli, Mr. Bill Tunke, Mr. John Mattaboni, and Mr. Michael Gross. Serving as Vice Chairman is Mr. Tom Campione, and serving as Chairman is Mr. Ronnie DelBacco. ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

This year we will be reviewing our policy of “educate on issues only” and consider whether the board and the membership both wish to affect political change by taking an active role in the political process, which is currently prohibited only by our own doing. (section 1.03 of our by-laws) If a more active role is desired, we'll need to decide just how far we might wish to go. Depending upon those answers, we may or may not need to modify our corporate structure; however, no major decisions will be made without hearing from active members.  We therefore urge you to renew your membership (dues form is here) so that you will have a voice in this critical planning of our organization’s future as an active member.

This will be a year for action! In the coming weeks we will lay out a set of ambitious, but achievable goals for the LVTP. With each member finding his or her niche, and lending a hand to support, promote, and strengthen our founding principles we will be able to take the LVTP to the next level and establish our group as a role model for other Patriot groups around the country. By strengthening our Action Committees we will be more vocal, more visible, and most importantly more active.  

Mark your calendars now for the April 4th General Membership Event! Bring your family, bring your friends, and bring your neighbors too. Not only are we still watching,




Tell the IRS it's not their job to regulate free speech!

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At our last general meeting we brought up how the IRS is considering new regulations that would change the rules for non-profits and what would be considered partisan political speech. The proposed regulations curtail free speech by making it extremely difficult for Americans to voice their concerns during the times when it matters most. We have a right to talk to, and about, elected officials without restriction.

The actual proposed regulation can be found here at regulations.gov. Over 50,000 comments have been submitted, some in favor of the proposed recommendations! If you would like to make your own comment you can do so here on their COMMENT PAGE. Comments can be submitted up to midnight of February 27th.

Another available resource with recommendations for comments can be found here at AFP's Block The IRS. Please consider leaving a comment, we all have the right to hold elected officials accountable. Tell the IRS it's not their job to regulate free speech!

Last Updated on Thursday, February 20, 2014

The Inequality Campaign: Breaking Michael Jordan’s legs and arms

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Slides from the September meeting on Smart Meters & DCUs


Here are the slides from Paul Saunders' "Smart Meters & Digital Control Units" presentation.This is the corrected/updated version in PDF format: http://lvtp.org/energy....html


Bus to Harrisburg in support of the Property Tax Independence Act

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Back from Harrisburg, safe and sound!

Back from Harrisburg, safe and sound!


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