Who owns the Tea Party Patriot Site on Ning. We are still searching for all the data, and it would seem a truth may be as simple as this. The Tea Party Patriot site is a Government run site, to maintain control over the Tea Party.


November 11, 2011

By Stella Lohmann

Jury decides: Who owns “Tea Party Patriots”

-battle over IP, Trademark Rights
A Cobb County jury holds the fate of who controls and owns the rights to the “Tea Party Patriots” name in a trial between two recognized figures within the two and a half year old Tea Party Movement. At odds are two founders of Tea Party Patriots organization — Roswell, GA resident, Amy Kremer (currently Chairman of Tea Party Express), and TPP President, Jenny Beth Martin, of Kennesaw, GA — co-workers after CNBC reporter, Rick Santelli called for ‘a tea party’ in protest to a pending stimulus bill by President Barak Obama and Congress in February of 2009.

The Woodstock-based Tea Party Patriots Inc. alleges that Amy Kremer… — Marietta Daily Journal. Both sides are suing for punitive damages and attorney fees.

Now more than two and half years after the two women began working on tea parties together, Kremer sat on the witness stand telling her side of why in September following the 9/12 March on Washington that drew an estimated 1.2 million at the Capitol she was ‘kicked off a board that I never agreed to be a part of.”

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Tea Party Patriots .ORG is Operated By NeoCons – Warning! TeaPartyPatriots a Neo-Con Organization!

If you had reviewed the “Tea Party Patriots” discussion board (http://teapartypatriots.ning.com) during the 2012 election, you would have experienced that those members and moderators running and monitoring the board, consistently promoted the Neo-Con republican candidates and harassed Ron Paul and Ron Paul Supporters from beginning to end.
It is no surprise Sean Hanity promotes this forum that consistently promotes the propaganda line for the Neo Conservative directive.
And guides the Conversations accordingly.
Kansas. An entrepreneur whose ventures include a company that calibrates police radar guns, he immediately “saw there’s a potential market developing here.” Within a week, he’d applied for a trademark (PDF) for the name “Teaparty Patriot” and arranged to sell T-shirts, flags, pins, license plates, and other gear on eBay and another website.

Eight months later, he got a cease-and-desist letter from a lawyer representing Tea Party Patriots—a group that now claims to be one of the largest tea party groups in the country—who accused Cole of committing a trademark violation.

“I laughed,” says Cole. “It was absurd. I filed for a Teaparty Patriot trademark three months before they did.” After a year of legal wrangling—during which Tea Party Patriots failed to respond to numerous requests for documents—TPP abruptly dropped the matter (PDF) in late November. Cole, meanwhile, is still awaiting word on his “Teaparty Patriot” (no “s”) trademark application. TPP, whose site also has a full line of swag including golf towels and cigars, is still seeking approval (PDF) to own the term “Tea Party Patriots.”

The Cole/TPP battle is not the only fight over control of the Tea Party Patriots brand. TPP has sought to wrest domain names away from a radio host in Orlando (teapartypatriots.com) and a motorcycle-riding multi-media producer in Washington state (teaparty-patriots.com).

Tea Party Patriots
Tea Party Patriots Logo.png
Motto Fiscal Responsibility, Limited Government, Free Markets
Formation 2009
Type 501(c)(4) non-profit
Headquarters Atlanta, Georgia
Co-founders Jenny Beth Martin and Mark Meckler



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