Albuquerque Tea Party

ATP Update

An Evening with David Horowitz

Sign Letter to Help C.A.R.E


Want to learn about the Art of Political War for Tea Parties?

Join us for "An Evening with David Horowitz"


Make sure and tune in to KIVA 1550 AM on Thursday, April 29th, to hear the David Horowitz interview during the Phil Marquez Show. Phil's program begins at 4pm, with the actual interview slated to begin at approximately 5:09pm.

Phil Marquez
March 5th Meet & Greet Flyer 4A
KIVA AM 1550

March 5th Meet & Greet Flyer 4AYou may have read from his blog at, David Horowitz is a well known Conservative Activist, Author, Editor, and supporter of the Tea Party Movement. He has appeared on Nightline, Crossfire, Today, Hannity and Colmes, the O'Reilly Factor, Good Morning America, C-SPAN, CNBC, Fox News Channel and MSNBC. He gives hundreds of interviews yearly on radio and television.

And for one night only, David will be here in Albuquerque to share his unique perspective on how the Tea Parties can defeat the Progressive Agenda.

On Saturday, May 22nd, 2010 at 6:00 pm, at the Albuquerque Convention Center, you can enjoy dinner and a chance to meet David during the book signing.

The price is only $60 per individual, or $50.00 per person if purchasing for parties of 2 or more. To RSVP for this informative evening, or if you are interested in sponsoring this event, please send an email to

Read more about David Horowitz here...


(Citizens for Responsible Energy) 

is looking for business owners, trade associations,

and corporations to sign letter to Senators Udall and Bingaman


Over the weekend the Kerry/Graham/Lieberman Climate Change Legislation-commonly known as Cap and Trade-was postponed. It was scheduled to be introduced on Monday, April 26th.  Supporters were expecting it pass by June or July. Reports now predict that it may not get on the legislative calendar this year.


An article out of Reuters closed with this: "If Congress fails to approve climate legislation this year, it could try again in 2011. If all efforts collapse in Congress, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has said it would begin regulating greenhouse gases for the first time, an outcome business and environmental groups wish to avoid. They prefer legislation tailored to their needs."


With this in mind, now is the opportune time for opposition to U.S. EPA's plans to be heard. CARE is looking for business owners, trade associations, and corporations who are willing to sign the letter below which will be sent to Senators Udall and Bingaman. To participate, we need a scan of your signature, a .jpg of your logo and how you want to be listed (such as: Marita K. Noon, Executive Director, Citizens' Alliance for Responsible Energy).


If you receive this invitation to participate, but are not a business owner, a trade association representative, or corporate spokesperson, please forward this to anyone you know who fits this profile.


We need to strike while the iron is hot. Ideally, we will get this letter out by the end of this week. If you have questions about the U.S. EPA's decision to regulate greenhouse gases using the Clean Air Act, please contact me at or 505.239.8998.


Can I count on you? I look forward to hearing back from you.


Marita Noon
Executive Director
CARE (Citizens' Alliance for Responsible Energy)
PO Box 52103
Albuquerque, NM 87181



(List of businesses and groups) collectively write to urge you to support the Murkowski resolution prohibiting the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) from regulating greenhouse gas emissions under the Clean Air Act (CAA). Your support of this resolution will help save New Mexico's businesses, jobs, and families.


As you are aware, the U.S. EPA announced last December its intention to regulate greenhouse gas emissions under the CAA. U. S. EPA made this announcement despite ongoing efforts on Capitol Hill to address climate change and energy issues.


Sen. Lisa Murkowski has introduced a resolution to prevent the U.S. EPA from regulating greenhouse gases because, she believes, Congress is a more appropriate forum for addressing such major issues that have economy-wide impacts. We agree that this is a matter for Congress, not the U.S. EPA.


While we (the above businesses and organizations) may have a variety of different viewpoints on climate change and energy issues, we all agree that U.S. EPA regulations would be all Cap and no Trade. This approach would be inflexible and cost prohibitive, thereby hurting New Mexico businesses, workers and families.


The Murkowski resolution is expected to come up for a Senate vote within the next few weeks. We are asking you to declare your support for the Murkowski resolution as soon as possible. The future of New Mexico may depend on this vote.



This message brought to you as a courtesy to C.A.R.E (Citizens for Responsible Energy)






Thank you for supporting the Albuquerque Tea Party!