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- Obama’s Executive Disarmament Photo-Op
- Abandoned and Betrayed!
- Fiscal Cliff Notes II
- Conservatives in U.S. House being “Punished?”
- Fiscal Cliff Notes
- What’s in the Fiscal Cliff?
- The Tea Party at Valley Forge
- The Hard Fiscal Facts
- Will Republicans Become a Lasting Majority in North Carolina?
- Get Ready for a Stronger Conservatism
Monthly Archives: January 2012
We’re still waiting for the U.S. Senate to pass a budget! The last budget they passed was on April 29, 2009, over 1,000 days ago.
The U.S. House of Representatives, run by Republicans, passed a budget in 2011. The U.S. Senate, run by Democrats, has refused to pass a budget, even though it is its legal responsibility to do so.
It’s time to take control of the Senate from the “do nothing” Democrats. Continue reading
Heritage Action for America has a website where Members of Congress are scored to see if they “are fighting for freedom, opportunity, prosperity, and civil society.” Scores go from 0% to 100% based on voting for legislation supporting conservative ideals.
Representative Heath Shuler (D) NC-11 scores 22%. Senator Kay Hagan (D) scores 5%. Senator Richard Burr (R) scores 77%.
Any questions about what “Blue Dog” Heath Shuler really stands for? Any questions about why Congressman Shuler needs to be replaced in November? Continue reading
Spence Campbell, Republican candidate for the U.S. House of Representative for the 11th District of North Carolina spoke to the Mountain Patriots Tea Party on January 18, 2012. Continue reading
Vance Patterson, one of the Republican candidates running for the U.S. 11th Congressional District seat currently held by Democrat Heath Shuler made a presentation and answered questions at the Mountain Patriots Tea Party meeting on November 19, 2011. Continue reading
Hillsdale College is presenting an on-line course titled “Constitution 101: The Meaning and History of the U.S. Constitution” starting February 20, 2012. It will consist of 10 on-line lectures with suggested readings, study guide, etc. It will be like a regular college course although it will be aimed at just the average citizen trying to relearn facts about the U.S. Constitution. Continue reading