Shingletown Tea Party


Shingletown Tea Party

Sometimes it's just too much driving to come down to Redding every week.  Now there is a meeting in Shingletown at 6pm every Wednesday at the Black Butte School. We want to restore this country to a true operational Constitutional Republic!

Location: Shingletown
Patriots: 21
Latest Activity: May 24, 2014

Discussion Forum

Exuse me, when did the first amendment guarantee to free speech expire?

Started by ronald neufeld christensen. Last reply by Concerned Grandmother Apr 1, 2012. 7 Replies

So, I was told that before I could log on to BlacK Butte School comments; or the superintendents website comments, that I HAD TO JOIN THE TEA PARTY!!!  Come on you educated and intelligent…Continue

Constitution Week at Black Butte School

Started by John Wendele. Last reply by John Wendele Sep 16, 2011. 2 Replies

The Shingletown Patriots have been working with Don Aust, Black Butte District Superintendent to provide teaching materials to help facilitate basic instruction on the United States Constitution and…Continue

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Comment by K Graves on January 26, 2014 at 7:24pm


My name is Kay Graves (Trinity County Patriots) and I am hoping to contact one of the leaders of this group.

I am trying to contact the groups to make sure their contact information is current.  I am also looking because we are working on the Ca. Tea Party Groups website and we would like to get updated information so that people looking for Tea Party groups can find them.   If you don’t mind sharing your groups contact information, meeting places and times; please let me know.

Thank you!

Comment by Concerned Grandmother on September 19, 2013 at 9:12am

                                    ABOUT THE STATE OF JEFFERSON

If you are one who may be hearing about the “State of Jefferson” and would enjoy learning more, we have an opportunity,  provided by the Shingletown Patriots,  to explore the process of Declaration for Withdrawal from the State of California on Wednesday, Sept. 25th at 6:00 p.m. at the Black Butte Elementary School.
Speaker will be Mr. Lon Currey a Vietnam Veteran, retired from Law Enforcement, and teacher of gun safety classes at his gun range in Redding.  He and his wife, Roslyn, have taken on this issue for Shasta County.  Among other things, the Declaration may list an illegal fire tax, property rights violations, assaults on Second Amendment rights, the removal of Klamath River dams and aggressive regulations as reasons for the separation.  Siskiyou and Tehama Counties have given like presentations to their Board of Supervisors.
Basically, what needs to happen is a declaration for withdrawal from the State of California.  This can be done using the template from Siskiyou County  with input from various communities within Shasta County.  Signatures of support for the withdrawal must be gathered and presented at the
Board of Supervisors meeting when it has become an Agenda Item.   
It is important for us to communicate with our Board Members about the declaration for withdrawal and help them to understand why so many of
Shasta County residents favor this movement.  
Comment by Concerned Grandmother on April 14, 2012 at 8:34am
Does history repeat itself or does history repeat itself
 You may want your children and grandchildren to view this since it seems to be contrary to general knowledge.  Ask yourself, are we now at the point where the Romans were just before their collapse?
Comment by Concerned Grandmother on April 1, 2012 at 11:10am
Local resident, George Passsage,  will address the
Shingletown Patriots
on the subject of local ground water, water level supply, etc.
on Wed., Apr. 4th, 6:00 p.m. Black Butte El. School.
We’ll also have the benefit of information from
Larry Miller  & Tony Trapasso
with reference to the
  the “Water Measurement Field Day”
“New law requires precise measurements”
Comment by Concerned Grandmother on October 7, 2011 at 2:54pm
Who:  Jim Reed 
What:  Guest Speaker, U. S. Congressional Candidate from Fall River
When:  Wed., Oct. 19th, 6:00 pm
Where:  Black Butte Elementary School
The Shingletown Patriots are hosting Democrat Congressional Candidate, Jim Reed. 
Everyone is welcome to attend.   Attendees are encouraged to prepare a question  or just come to listen.
Comment by Neil B. Gertner on June 16, 2011 at 9:21am


Here is a good cartoon clip on some of what Mark Kent talked about last night, France's experiment with a paper currency scam...same game America is in right now and it is called the Federal Reserve (not Federal and they are no reserves), ENJOY!

Comment by John Galt on June 10, 2011 at 10:20am
At your next meeting you guys can figure out if you want to be Shingletown Patriots or Shingletown Tea Party.  You started as Tea Party but I can change the page for you when you decide.

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