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Students Start Tea Party University
Students in the Tea Party movement have started a new venture called "Tea Party University" for news, views, information and education in the Tea Party movement. They also have started a new course initiative called "Tea Party 101".
Students in the Tea Party movement have launched "Tea Party University", combining news, views, information and education in the Tea Party movement. Their key features are their blog, their professors, and their "Tea Party 101" course.
Tea Party University Blog
Their flagship feature is their blog, which includes both original and syndicated content, including interviews, essays, blurbs, notes, opinions, and news. Recently featured items include an interview of Harvard Tea Party president Lucas Scanlon by Tea Party Youth spokesperson Lyda Loudon, an essay on the motivations and impacts of the Tea Party movement by Hampden-Syndey College Tea Party Patriots founder Rusell Leboff, and a note by Brandeis University Tea Party president Mary-Alice Perdichizzi on her new professor, who she accuses of being an "Alinsky Bully".
Tea Party Professors
They've also started an effort to organize "Tea Party Professors", and showcase a scholarly advisory panel that includes well-known professors like Dr. Burt Folsom (Hillsdale College), Dr. Larry Schweikart (author of A Patriot's History of the United States), and Dr. William Kline (Center for Liberty Studies). They call on other "Tea Party Professors" to apply to mentor students and wpxwm be listed in their Tea Party Professors directory.
Tea Party 101
They've also initiated an effort "to create a course about the Tea Party movement and market it to the masses" called "Tea Party 101". This project has its own website on TeaParty101.org and invites visitors to pre-register to enroll while also inviting professors to become a part of the teaching effort.
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