About

Michael is a former MCA recording artist and traveling minstrel from the seminal punk rock era who’s toured America from coast to coast. A Fine Arts student in college, he’s continued activity as a visual artist working primarily in oil on canvas. Today, Michael’s a leading voice in the new Tea Party Patriot Conservative movement. He’s been active since the February 2009 inception of the Tea Parties, and is a strong proponent for the bread-and-butter Conservative issues of lower taxes, reduced government, strong national defense, secure borders, term limits and a return to the traditional American values of E Pluribus Unum, Liberty and in God we trust. He’s co-founder and Chairman of the Westwood Tea Party Patriots, a founding member of the Los Angeles Metro Tea Party Coalition, a member in good standing with the Tea Party Patriots, Vice Chairman of the Westside Republicans Club in Los Angeles CA, and an alternate delegate on the Central Committee of the Los Angeles 47th assembly district. Michael’s a nationally recognized Conservative blogger who’s a contributing writer for http://www.uspatriotpac.com, http://westsiderepublicans.com/, as well as his major footprint on both Facebook and Monica Crowley’s blog: http://monicamemo.com. His personal impressions, expressions and opinions on today’s news events and political climate can be found on his own blog: https://mjfellright.wordpress.com/

3 Responses to “About”

  1. mjfellright Says:

    Michael is a leading voice in the new Tea Party Patriot Conservative movement. He’s been active since the inception of the Tea Parties, and is a strong proponent for the bread-and-butter Conservative issues of lower taxes, reduced government, strong national defense, secure borders, term limits and a return to the traditional American values of E Pluribus Unum, Liberty and in God we trust.

  2. David Wagner Says:

    Michael, I would like to post you tip of the iceberg story on our website directly. I would also be interested in seeing future articles. Does this interest you?

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