coffee-party-movement

Republicans Voting 'Nay' Rep. Justin Amash [R, MI-3]   Democrats Voting 'Nay' Rep. Gary Ackerman [D, NY-5] Rep. Judy Chu
The event, scheduled to take place on September 24 through the 26 at the Galt House Conference Center in Louisville, is billed
"We really have a collection of people who value diversity -- are diverse -- and we're completely comfortable with the changing
A lot of Americans are really angry, as so many of our dreams seem to be fading away. Anger can be useful, but only if we can grasp what's at the root of our pain, if we can understand how we got here.
Most Coffee Party adherents aren't beholden to one particular, burning issue. Rather, many appear largely driven by a feeling of anger about a governing process completely overrun by corporate cash.
Coffee Partiers might focus more on the threat of concentrated, unaccountable corporate power, while Tea Partiers' typically target concentrated, unaccountable government power. But see a pattern?
Furious at the tempest over the Tea Party -- the scattershot citizen uprising against big government and wild spending -- Annabel