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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
Enthusiastic conservatives welcomed Mitt Romney, the next president of the U.S., to western North Carolina at a Victory Rally held at the U.S. Cellular Center in Asheville, NC, on Thursday October 11, 2012. 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
Hillsdale College is offering another FREE on-line course on the US Constitution.
Constitution 201: “The Progressive Rejection of the Founding and the Rise of Bureaucratic Despotism.” 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
The October meeting of the Mountain Patriots Tea Party was called to order by new President, Hal Chapman.
Taking the POTUS example, Hal said any mistakes he made would be the former President’s (his wife Gail’s) fault, not his. Linda Kolodzik, agreed to continue as Vice President, and Vic Drummond is again our Secretary/Treasure.
Macon County Commissioner Ron Haven, and Mark Meadows, candidate for the 11th Congressional seat spoke. Continue reading