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This documentary film is the first to cover the unique story of the Kansas TEA Party movement. Starting with the inception of TEA Party groups around the country in 2009, this film cover three years of video footage of Kansas TEA Party events around the state. This documentary film covers the adversarial stance taken by the Democrat party towards this grass roots movement and the tentative relationship between the TEA Party and the Kansas Republican party.
Also highlighted are observations, and a clear delineation of the differences between the Kansas TEA Party movement and the Occupy movement.
Viewers of this film will have the chance to see the Kansas TEA Party fight for several local causes and face off repeatedly with liberals in the battlefield of ideas.
Concluding, this film documents the voices of the men and women who make up the Kansas TEA Party as they explain why they attend and participate in these events.
The Kansas TEA Party: A Heartland Story is a non-Hollywood style documentary film of a grass roots movement that has often been mischaracterized, and even demonized by the liberal media and its surrogates. The Kansas TEA Party movement continues today.
A conservative movement has already begun, but without a sound strategic blueprint for tomorrow, its future success is not assured. This book is a wake-up call. Though some may consider these truths politically incorrect, conservatives need to take a long look at the problems in this country and our responsibility to fight for the values we hold dear. It's time to face the ideological foes of this nation, and beat the in them battlefield of Ideas. It's time for conservatives to take a stand and be accountable. It's time to join the Good Fight!