Tag Archives: Boston Tea Party

BTP nominee Tiffany Briscoe not a graduate, says Community College Registrar

According to the acting registrar of Howard Community College, Boston Tea Party (BTP) presidential nominee Tiffany Briscoe is not a graduate of the school, but rather a current student. The information, which was e-mailed to IPR from the registrar, contradicts Briscoe’s campaign website, which claims:

[Briscoe] is part of the Board of Trustees of the Howard Community College, of which she is a former graduate…

Briscoe has previously acknowledged that she is not a part of the Board of Trustees, explaining last week:

all graduates with a memorable mention at their graduation are offered a title as being part of the ‘Board of Trustees’.

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BTP nominee Tiffany Briscoe responds to Falsification Allegations

Tiffany Briscoe, the presidential nominee of the Boston Tea Party (BTP) has responded to comments from former opponent Robert Milnes that she falsified her record.  Milnes claims that he called Howard Community College and was told that Briscoe was not a member of the school’s Board of Trustees as she claims on her website.… Read more ...

Candidate defeated for Boston Tea Party presidential nomination accuses nominee of falsifying resume

Tiffany Briscoe, the presidential nominee of the Boston Tea Party, writes in her biography on her campaign site in part

As a humanitarian, she values extremely highly the education of the next generation and is part of the Board of Trustees of the Howard Community College, of which she is a former graduate.

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Boston Tea Party Announces 2012 Presidential Ticket

From a media release from the Boston Tea Party:


23 December 2011 – bostontea.us

The Boston Tea Party’s Presidential Nominating Convention concluded after 2 days with the Vice Presidential nomination going to a 2nd round of balloting.

Tiffany Briscoe (Maryland) was chosen as the Presidential nominee on the first round of voting.… Read more ...

Darryl W. Perry: An Open Letter to President Obama and All Members of Congress

To President Obama and all members of the U.S. Congress,

The National Defense Authorization Act (H.R. 1540) was recently passed through both Houses of Congress, and was signed into law by President Obama. Members of Congress from both factions of the Ruling Party (also known as the Repubicratic Duopoly) claim that the detainee provisions prohibit the military from indefinitely detaining American citizens.… Read more ...

Announcing the Winners of the 2011 Free Patriot Peace Prize

The Free Patriot Peace Prize was founded in 2009 due to the history of the Nobel Prize Committees reputation for selecting pro-war recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize. The Free Patriot Peace Prize has a mission to recognize a person (or group) that actively supports and subscribes (or supported if deceased) to the non-aggression principle “that no one has the right, under any circumstances, to initiate force against another human being for any reason whatever; nor advocate the initiation of force, or delegate it to anyone else.”

The 2009 winner, Ron Paul, was the overwhelming favorite, taking 52% of the vote.… Read more ...

New Book by Boston Tea Party Chair Continues to Get Good Reviews

Found in November 6, 2011 edition of  Ballot Access News by Richard Winger

“Duopoly: How the Republicrats Control the Electoral Process” is Valuable Tool for Ballot Access Activists

Darryl W. Perry has recently published a book “Duopoly: How the Republicrats Control the Electoral Process”, which is available on Amazon. Normally this blog doesn’t carry book reviews, although the printed Ballot Access does.… Read more ...

Darryl Perry: Occupying One Half of the Problem

By Boston Tea Party national committee chair Darryl Perry:

Several weeks ago a mass protest began in New York City with the intent to Occupy Wall Street. The group wants to remove influence of corporations from elections. On October 6, Occupy groups from across the nation began to “occupy” certain parts of their city.… Read more ...

Candidates running for Boston Tea Party Presidential nomination, 2012


The Presidential & Vice Presidential nominees will be held beginning December 22, 2011 and lasting as many days as needed to chose the nominees.


All candidates who are nominated by two or more Party members, who meet the qualifications of office listed in the Constitution of the United States of America, and who affirm their support for the Party’s platform and their willingness to accept the Party’s nomination to the presidency and/or vice-presidency of the United States, shall be considered eligible nominees, any affiliations they may have with other political parties notwithstanding.… Read more ...

Darryl Perry: Open Letter to Ben Bernanke

Boston Tea Party chair Darryl Perry writes:

Ben Bernanke,
It has come to my attention that you will be compiling a list of people that post derogatory/negative comments about the Federal Reserve. I’d like to ask the following questions:

  • What keywords are you looking for?
  • What do you intend to do with the information you receive?
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Ron Paul Endorses New Book Written by Boston Tea Party Chairman, Darryl W. Perry

Ron Paul has endorsed  Duopoly: How the Republicrats Control the Electoral Process.

The ten-term Congressman and three-time Presidential candidate from Texas wrote, “Darryl Perry has produced a comprehensive examination of the ways in which ballot access laws, campaign finance ‘reform’, gerrymandering, and other restrictions limited participation in the electoral process. I recommend this to anyone interested in learning how the political monopoly arose and what we might do to open the process to new candidates promoting the old idea of liberty both inside and outside the major parties.”

In addition, one of the reviewers suggested that “the book be read by every Political Science student, State Legislator & Congressman.… Read more ...

Darryl Perry: Recognizing the Right of Self-Determination

Email from Boston Tea Party national committee chair Darryl Perry to IPR:

With the representatives of the Palestinian territory pressuring the United Nations for full recognition, questions have been raised about the future of Israel. Some argue that U.N. recognition of a Palestinian State will cause the demise of Israel. However, 127 U.N.… Read more ...