Welcome to FOXNews' Anti-Tax Tea Party Coverage

Just as 18th century decrees by the British drew outrage from American colonists, several acts of modern U.S. government intervention have stirred similar upheaval by taxpayers across the land.

FOX News will have all the details leading right up to April 15 tax day -- from links to tea parties in you area to live reports from the scenes, analyses from the FOX Forum and FOXNews.com's own series on the tea party phenomenon.

FOXNews.com will also carry live video streams from several Tea Party locations, and will have reporters on hand in Indianapolis, Tulsa, Washington, D.C., San Antonio, Sacramento, Atlanta, Boston and New York.

Nationwide Tea Party Protests: WATCH LIVE

Click here to check out all the tax day on-air coverage.

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Click here to read about the possible counter-protests by ACORN and other groups to the tax day tea parties.

Also click here to read about maximizing the message of tea party organizers.

And click here to read about the online sales boom associated with the tea parties.

Click here to read about congressional members who are sitting on the sidelines while the grassroots take seed.

Click here to read about the rise in influence of the tea partiers through Web based communications.

And click here to read FOXNews.com's first in the series: Nobody so far is dressing up like Mohawk Indians and throwing barrels of Darjeeling into Boston Harbor, organizers draw their inspiration from the original Boston Tea Party of 1773.

Click the link to read the FOX Forum: Just Partisans Letting Off Steam?

Click the link to read the FOX Forum: Tea Parties Will Bring America's Outrage to a Full Boil.

Click the link to read the FOX Forum: Tea Party Movement Has A Lot in Common With the Sons of Liberty.

Click the link to read the FOX Forum: The Tea Party Revolution...Brought to You By Twitter.

Click the link to read the FOX Forum: Tea Party to Be the Fad That Flopped?

The following is a list of 38 lawmakers expected to participate in at least one anti-tax tea party, according to the Republican Study Committee: Reps. Robert Aderholt of Alabama; John Shadegg of Arizona; George Radanovich of California; Doug Lamborn of Colorado; Jeff Miller and Tom Rooney of Florida; Jack Kingston and Paul Broun of Georgia; Dan Burton of Indiana; Todd Tiahrt of Kansas; John Fleming and Steve Scalise of Louisiana; Michele Bachmann of Minnesota; Blaine Luetkemeyer of Missouri; Scott Garrett of New Jersey; Sue Myrick and Patrick McHenry of North Carolina; Jean Schmidt, Jim Jordan and Robert Latta of Ohio; Mary Fallin and John Sullivan of Oklahoma; Joe Pitts of Pennsylvania; J. Gresham Barrett of South Carolina; Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee; Joe Barton, Kevin Brady, John Culberson, Louie Gohmert, Jeb Hensarling, Sam Johnson, Pete Olson and Lamar Smith of Texas; Rob Bishop and Jason Chaffetz of Utah; Bob Goodlatte of Virginia and Paul Ryan of Wisconsin.

Check back often for video and other links to come.