Jan
5

Keeping It Local South Carolina Issues
By: John Steinberger

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Keeping It Local In South CarolinaSouth 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.

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Jan
5

Exclusive — South Carolina Tea Party Leader Presses State’s Delegation: Vote Against Boehner
by Matthew Boyle

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John Boehner it is time to retire now!South Carolina Tea Party convention leader Joe Dugan, the Chairman of the Board of the Myrtle Beach Tea Party, is putting his state’s GOP House members on notice: he wants them to vote against John Boehner for Speaker on Tuesday.

“I am confident that the astute, South Carolina Congressional delegation is keenly aware of the voter mandate they received in November,” Dugan said in an email to Breitbart News. “SC citizens are freedom loving patriotic Americans, who are fed up with their rights being compromised and the enslavement by regulation of bigger and bigger government.

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Jan
5

Revolution: Only 16% of GOP Voters Support Boehner and McConnell for Leadership of New Congress
by Kristinn Taylor

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Do you have confidence in the speaker of the house?A second round of poll results from a survey of Republican voters taken Christmas week was released on Sunday. The poll shows that a revolution is at hand with a stunning majority of 2014 GOP voters who gave their party control of both houses of Congress ready to throw out the Republican leaders of both houses in favor of new leadership.

Only sixteen percent of voters surveyed want both John Boehner and Mitch McConnell to serve as leaders of the House and Senate respectively when the 114th Congress convenes this week. Boehner’s support on his own for Speaker of the House of Representatives is a pitiful twenty-five percent while McConnell’s support for Senate Majority Leader is just as bad at twenty-seven percent.

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Jan
4

Rep. Louie Gohmert Announces Run for Speaker of the House

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ae5158c0-f898-4a81-b6ea-1d9525a68743.pngLouie Gohmert a man of his word who will listen to the peopleWASHINGTON, DC— Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-01) released the following statement today regarding his decision to buck the status quo and challenge John Boehner in the race for House Speaker:

“After the November elections gave Republicans control of the Senate, voters made clear they wanted change.  There have been numerous examples of problematic Republican leadership, but we were hopeful our leaders got the voters’ message. However, after our Speaker forced through the CRomnibus by passing it with Democratic votes and without time to read it, it seemed clear that we needed new leadership. There had been much discussion. But, until yesterday, no one had stepped up.

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Jan
4

John McCain’s Progressive Hand Is Behind The Purge Of Tea Party Detractors From The Arizona GOP
By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

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John McCain the man who called the Tea Party HobbitsAP Photo/Jim Cole

If McCain had put in as much effort into running for president as he did in fighting conservatives, he would have been in the White House. One of John McCains big donor for remaking the Arizona GOP is out of state. Greg Maffei is from Colorado and while he is a steadier Republican donor (though he also donated to Democrats like Maria Cantwell, Salazar and Jay Rockerfeller) and he’s also a pal of Colorado gun control governor Hickenlooper.

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Jan
3

Kevin Jackson debates NAACP on Hannity

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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!”

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