Columbia, South Carolina Tax Day Tea Party Videos

The Columbia, South Carolina Tax Day Tea Party at the State House drew nearly 3000 people, six times the original estimates.  Here is a cross section of Videos from Various perspectives of the event.  Speakers included Event coordinator Britton Clark a Local Realtor, Bill Connor candidate for Lt. Governor, Senator Jim DeMint, Governor Mark Sanford, Sheri Few President & CEO and co-founder of South Carolina Parents Involved in Education (SC PIE) , and Ken Hoagland National Communications Director of FairTax.org.  Politisite live streamed the event for Breitbart TV The B-Cast with Scott Baker and Liz Stephans, Politisite, Iron Mill News, and several other sites that embeded the video stream. Michelle Malkin and Hot Air Featured Photos from the event as well.  The Political Polling site, FiveThirtyEight,  put Columbia’s Tea Party in the top twenty five out of 306 Tea Parties where data was available.

Britton Clark Event Coordinator

Senator Jim DeMint

Sheri Few President & CEO and co-founder of South Carolina Parents Involved in Education (SC PIE)

Just Before Tea party Begins – a Look at the Many Signs – Politisite’s Albert Milliron in View Behind Washington Statue

Governor Mark Sanford

The State NewsPaper Video

The Palmetto Scoop

Sam the Fish: Takin’ it to the Tea Party

About the Author

Politisite delivers the latest Breaking Political News, Debate Coverage, Election Results, Commentary and Analysis. We provide in-depth news with special reports and interactive political coverage. Politisite was a pioneer in internet political news gathering and dissemination. Politisite came live in early 1998 and become the first internet only news source to cover local, state, and national political campaigns, debates and elections. Before there were the terms Blog, Blogger, New Media, or Crowd-sourcing, Politisite was developing what has become the standard in political news coverage, long before most political sites were even conceived. The Name ‘Politisite” simply means Political Website.

Author Archive Page

11 Comments

Post a Comment