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- Obama’s Executive Disarmament Photo-Op
- Abandoned and Betrayed!
- Fiscal Cliff Notes II
- Conservatives in U.S. House being “Punished?”
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- 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
Category Archives: State
An interesting article by Francis De Luca from the Civitas Institute web site. It provides a brief political history of North Carolina, and why the state hasn’t joined the rest of the South in becoming solidly conservative.
Are the 2012 elections that increased the conservative influence in NC at the state and local levels going to bring NC into the conservative southern union? Let us hope so! Continue reading
Our second Pop Up Tea Party was held Friday, Oct 19, 2012, on Georgia Road in front of Kerr Drug in Franklin, NC. Continue reading
Our first Pop Up Tea Party was held Wednesday, Oct 17, 2012, on Georgia Road in front of Kerr Drug in Franklin, NC. Continue reading
Pop-Up Tea Parties scheduled for Wednesday October 17, and Friday October 19 in front of Kerr Drug on Georgia Road from 12 Noon to 1 PM. Continue reading
In a letter to the editor appearing in The Franklin Press August 15, 2012, Ms. Margery Abel was upset with the behavior of supporters of Sen. Jim Davis who attended the League of Women Voters “forum” on August 9, 2012, in Franklin.
Ms. Abel claimed Sen. Davis’ “supporters high jacked the…meeting and turned it into a political rally.” Continue reading
The League of Women Voters will be holding a “debate” between Sen. Jim Davis (R – NC 50) and challenger John Snow (D) on Thursday Aug 9, 2012, starting at 12:15 PM at Tartan Hall — First Presbyterian Church, Church Street, Franklin. Continue reading
American’s for Prosperity’s North Carolina chapter sent an e-mail listing some of the accomplishments made by grass roots organizations like it, and tea parties across North Carolina in the State in 2011.
It took the newly elected Republican majorities in the legislature to accomplish these things over the abstinence of Democrat governor Bev Perdue. In some cases the legislature was limited by her numerous vetoes. Continue reading