“Some say we patriots are temporary pains on the political scene—that our passions are fleeting fires. But I know fighters. And we are like those who ignited the light of liberty at America’s inception. We are those who weather the storms of oppression, and who can persevere until we triumph over tyranny.” —Chuck Norris, Foreword.
For all their disdain for fancy-pants European snobbery and sophistication, rank-and-file Americans are, well, sophisticated. Nowhere is this more evident than at the huge “Tea Party” gatherings dotting the national map, as millions of citizens express their extreme displeasure with the increasing intrusions and impositions of the federal government.
Don’t Tread on US! is a collection of the best images from these parties: the angry voters who craft homemade signs for display. Between the covers of this instant-classic coffee table book is a sweeping pictorial record of America at her finest — standing for the same principles our forefathers stood for and were willing to fight for.
From coast to coast, the swelling tide of protestors are engulfing the quaking liberal media, who pretend the Tea Parties don’t exist, or are exaggerated in scope. Don’t Tread on US! is a permanent record of a special moment in history, when the American experiment demonstrates once again that it works. America is angry, and the anger feels right.