We all know that the federal government, whether run by Republicans or Democrats, spends and spends and then spends some more. Government has no incentive to shrink because for every worker, from the president on down, the money spent is other people’s money.
In a corporation, profit is an incentive towards efficiency, but not so in government. Moreover, in a corporation, you have the shareholders breathing down your neck to make sure you’re doing what you can to maximize profit.Read More
Adam Andrzejewski, Spending Data Pioneer, Featured at South Carolina Tea Party Conference by Mike Flynn
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Andrzejewski (pictured), founder of OpenTheBooks.com, has built the largest private database of government spending at all levels, giving activists a critical tool to hold officials accountable. The conference takes place January 17-19 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.Read More
Due to the overwhelming demand for admission to our convention, please read the notes below: All attendees must individually pre-register on our website with no exceptions. The information must be complete and accurate with all fields completed .
Your pre-registration allows your name to be on an admission list that is required for your entry into the 2015 SCTPC Convention. You will be asked by our staff for a photo id that must match your name on our authorized registration list.Read More
Real estate magnate and potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will test the waters in the nation’s first-in-the-south primary state, South Carolina, this month. He will deliver a keynote address to the South Carolina Tea Party convention in Myrtle Beach.
“I look forward to being with my friends in South Carolina,” Trump said in a statement provided to Breitbart News. “I have always had great admiration for the people and state of South Carolina. It will be a wonderful afternoon.”Read More
Keeping It Local South Carolina Issues By: John Steinberger
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South Carolina has thousands of great conservative activists with creativity, vision and enthusiasm. South Carolina conservatives can have the greatest impact on shaping policy in their own communities!
The 2015 South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Convention will feature a two-hour block focused on state and local issues Monday, Jan. 19 where our activists can have the most influence. The Keeping It Local segment will focus on how our involvement can bring limited government to our state and local communities.Read More
You will not want to miss seeing outspoken Kevin Jackson at this years 2015 SCTPC Convention. Below is an example of his writing. Please visit his website for more information. Kevin promises you will not be disappointed when you finally get to meet him.
Cornell Williams, President of the terrorist group known as the NAACP debates Kevin and David Webb, while on Hannity. Asked if Sharpton should be advising the president and mayor of NYC, Kevin laughed and said “No, he should be in jail!”Read More