What's the difference between Radical Patriots and Conservative Patriots?!?
Depends on who is doing the labeling, that's all. The Founders were called radicals by the tyrannical British government that they opposed at the founding of the United States. Conservatives are called radicals now by the tyrannical, liberal United States government. So it depends on who is doing the labeling. And if liberals like anything (besides sex and drugs, of course), it is labeling. Personally, I don't think being a radical is all that bad a thing; especially when the likes of George Washington and Patrick Henry were called radicals. I consider that being in good company.
Whats the difference between tea party and tea party patriots?
My teacher said there is a difference and they also have 2 different websites, and logos and also one talks about obama impachment,and one talks about john boehner impeachment, idk can someone please help me http://www.teaparty.org/ http://www.teapartypatriots.org/
Conservatives, What's the difference between "The Tea Party" and "Tea Party Patriots"?
Vanessa and Jenny are both correct. They are two distinct groups run by different leaders in the overall Tea Party movement. In a local meeting I attended they mentioned that there are at last count over 4500 different Tea party groups in the country right now. Most of those are local groups but there are several major national groups as well. Grassfire.org is another one that does not even have Tea party in its name but it is a part of the larger Tea Party movement. Edit to Drewster... It is a sure sign that someone is loosing the debate when they resort to name calling. Tea Party people are not crazy, they are normal people who are fed up with incumbents who vote themselves pay raises and big pensions and special health care programs that the normal people don't get, and all this at the expense of the rest of us. But the important thing is that if you are also fed up with the Big spenders in Congress who have stopped representing the people to Washington and instead have become members of the "Ruling class club" and are representing the viewpoints of that club back to the people who elected them, then it is time to get yourself politically educated and un-elect those out of touch polititians. The various Tea party groups will be glad to help educate you as to who it is that is the most out of touch. Just go to their websites. Most of them have electoral maps where you can look up your representatives and check out their voting records. God bless you as you take your solemn duty seriously and learn how to vote this November.
What is the difference between the Republican Party and the Tea Party?
The Republicans are one of the two major political parties in the United States. The TEA party are a part of the republican party. There are many factions in the Republican party, which is part of why they are having so much trouble getting things passed despite the democrats having little power.TEA means “taxed enough already”. They favor lower taxes and lower government spending. A lot of republicans do not agree - or if their lips agree their actions do not. Trump republicans and war/military hawks want to spend money, and if they lower taxes at the same time they do it by running the deficit and debt up. So, build the wall? Invest in infrastructure? Lower taxes? Reduce the debt? You can’t have all of those, and all are things republicans support in general.The TEA party will choose lower taxes and lowering the debt, while other factions within the Republican party may choose to borrow money to spend on upgrading the military.
What is the difference between TEAS and TEAS V?
All individuals preparing to take the TEAS test must create an ATI account. Time Limit is 209 minutes. Four-option multiple-choice with 170 total questions. Calculators may NOT be used for the test. Test results available 48 hours after completion of the test. There are two different versions of the online practice assessments available for purchase. Each on-line assessment has 150 questions, patterned after the original TEAS V exam and is designed to give a sense of what to expect in both content and format.
Why is the Boston Tea Party revered as patriotic rather than critiqued as an act of rioting and vandalism?
At the time the act was actually critiqued and far from revered. Washington voiced disapproval of “their conduct destroying the tea” (see letter to George William Fairfax, June 10, 1774: Founders Online: From George Washington to George William Fairfax, 10–15 June 1 … ) and Franklin argued the East India Company (a privately held joint-stock company) should be compensated: “I cannot but wish & hope that before any compulsive Measures are thought of here, our General court will have shewn a Disposition to repair the Damage and make Compensation to the Company.” (see letter to Cushing, Hancock, Adams, and Phillips, February 2, 1774: The Papers of Benjamin Franklin ).Private Property and Property Rights were taken seriously by colonists and the acts regularly carried out, and criticized, by the Sons of Liberty (members of which were believed to have participated in the Tea Party) often included acts of vandalism, looting, and assault since their ormation after the Stamp Act of 1765.Some useful links summarizing some myths about the Boston Tea Party:10 Things You May Not Know About the Boston Tea Party - History in the HeadlinesDebunking Boston Tea Party MythsThe Boston Tea PartyThen as Now, the Tea Party Proved Divisive
Explain the difference between "court" and "country" parties?
The Country Party was the Tories and some Whigs that were unhappy with the government in London.They claimed to be a broad alliance that had had the best interests of the country (hence their name) as a whole as the basis of their policies.The Tories were the landowners in the provinces (both major and minor),the Whig members those disillusioned with the greed and alleged corruption and self interest of MPs and Lords that supported the government. The Court Party was the politicians in power in London,in particular serving ministers,and others in Parliament that accepted sinecures,titles,pensions,and other forms of what were effectively bribes to vote for government legislation - regardless of whether any such legislation was truly in the national interest as such.
What is the differnce between "fascist" parties and "nantionalist" parties?
Fascism is a system of government where the country is ruled by an unelected "elite," and no one is allowed to meddle in government affairs without being invited in first. Fascist states usually seize control of the media and important industries in order to maintain control over the populace. On the other hand, Fascist states can still allow quite a bit of free economic activity (like Singapore, for instance). Fascism is on the far right of the political spectrum, with communism on the far opposite left. Nationalism, on the other hand, is not associated with no particular system of government. Nationalism is the belief that the resources of the state should be devoted entirely to the interests of the state's citizens, and that involvement with foreign affairs (and foreign immigration) should be discouraged. A Nationalist party can be anywhere on the political spectrum. Historically, however, most explicitly Nationalist parties have tended toward fascism.