Tea Party: The Book
Way back in February, conservative activist John O’Hara helped put together one of the very first Tea Party rallies — a Washington, D.C., party across the street from the White House. Next month, O’Hara’s publishing the first Tea Party book with a major publisher (Wiley) on the movement: “A New American Tea Party: The Counterrevolution Against Bailouts, Handouts, Reckless Spending, and More Taxes.”
The book reports on the stirrings of the movement from O’Hara’s perspective, as he organized the event with J.P. Freire, then the managing editor of the American Spectator and now an editor at the Washington Examiner.
A little bit later in the book, O’Hara explains how conservative think tanks rode the wave.
The rest of the book — I’ve only read part of it — makes the larger case against the Democratic agenda in a manner that will be familiar to Fox News watchers. For example: