Tea Party Protest, St. Paul, Minnesota, April 15 2010.

Tea Party Protest, St. Paul, Minnesota, April 15 2010.

Diane hosts a conversation about the evolution of the Tea Party movement. We discuss it’s goals, who belongs and how it’s shaking up the political establishment.

Guests

  • Kate Zernike A national correspondent for The New York Times and member of the team that shared the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for explanatory reporting. Her book, "Boiling Mad -Inside Tea Party America" will be published in September.
  • Matt Kibbe President and CEO of FreedomWorks and co-author with Former House Majority Leader Dick Armey of the forthcoming book, "Give Us Liberty: A Tea Party Manifesto"
  • Diana Reimer An organizer with Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots
  • Ryan Hecker An attorney, a Houston Tea Party Society activist and an organizer of the Contract From America Project.

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