DaTechGuy and Worcester TEA Party Present
President Trump: A Year in Review & Looking Ahead

This Saturday, January 20th, Don’t miss:

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President Trump: A Year in Review & Looking Ahead

Join Award Winning blogger Pete DaTechGuy & the Worcester Tea Party at Tang Dynasty Restaurant Leominster for “President Trump A Year in Review & Looking Ahead.”

For only $20, mark the anniversary of this administration with our panel to discuss the ups and downs of President Trump Year one and what we might expect to see in year 2.

The day starts at Noon with the Tang Dynasty All you can eat Chinese Buffet brought back specifically for this event! Feast on an excellent selection of Chinese favorites while enjoying the cash bar as we talk and mix.

At 1:15 Pete DaTechGuy takes the mic to introduce our panel featuring:

Chip Faulkner: Of Citizens for Limited Taxation & Host of the Friday Morning Group

Mike LaChance: Contributor to the National blog Legal Insurrection & editor for AmericanLookout.com

Christopher Maider: Longtime Host of the Meat and Potatoes Radio show

Dianna Ploss: President of the Boston Chapter of Act for America

DaTechGuy will be asking them about what they expected in Trump Year One vs what we got and their take on what we should be expecting in Trump Year Two.

Finally Matt O’Brien of the Worcester Tea Party takes the floor with announcements of upcoming events and items of interest.

It all starts at Noon on Saturday Jan 20th at Tang Dynasty Restaurant 638 North Main Street Rte 12 (Exit 31b off Route 2) Leominster Ma 01453 (snow or shine)

Tickets: $20 available online through at Eventbrite or save the service change by reserving your tickets through

DaTechGuyblog datechguy@datechguyblog.com

OR The Worcester Tea Party wtp@worcesterteaparty.com

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A staunch constitutionalist, Mike espouses all good causes toward the libertarian side of conservative – EG he who governs least, governs best. He believes that the Declaration, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights mean what they say, and that candidates for office should take their oaths of office seriously.
Here to defend, without irony “Your rights as Englishmen from distant and tyrannical government”, Mike knows whereof he speaks and exhorts all US citizens to live, breathe and teach our history and our constitution.