Mar
15

Marco Rubio at CPAC: The “Idea” is Called “America”

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Marco_RubioMarco Rubio added some much needed refreshment to what had thus far been a very dry morning (with the exception of Allen West) at CPAC. His speech checked off many conservative boxes and sounded not-unlike a campaign speech. The audience seemed to approve of the young politician, offering applause and laughter as he mocked his own “Water-gate”. Here are some of the notable quotes from Rubio’s speech. You can view the complete speech here as well.

  •  I ran (for senate) because I believe this country is extraordinarily exceptional. 
  • Our widespread middle class separates us from the rest of the world.
  • Our principles still work.
  • There isn’t a tax increase in the world that can solve our debt problem.
  • Don’t underestimate the impact of the breakdown of the American family to our people.
  • Student loans are the next big financial bubble to burst.
  • We don’t need a new idea. There is an idea. The idea is called America. And it still works.

 U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL)

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Mar
15

Rand Paul: Not One Penny To Countries That Burn Our Flag

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Leading Conservatives Attend 40th Annual CPACAt the opening of CPAC 2013, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) picked up where he left off in his 13 hour filibuster last week. Paul took off the gloves and went after Barack Obama on indefinite detention, defending the Constitution, and unlawfully killing American citizens. He also spoke on debt and foolish and frivolous spending and when he touched on foreign aid he said, “I say not one penny more to countries that are burning our flag.”

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Mar
13

Pope Francis I is new Catholic pontiff; he is former Argentine Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio

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Pope Francis“Is Bergoglio a progressive — a liberation theologist even? No. He’s no third-world priest. Does he criticize the International Monetary Fund, and neoliberalism? Yes. Does he spend a great deal of time in the slums? Yes,” Rubin said.

Bergoglio has stood out for his austerity. Even after he became Argentina’s top church official in 2001, he never lived in the ornate church mansion where Pope John Paul II stayed when visiting the country, preferring a simple bed in a downtown building, heated by a small stove on frigid weekends. For years, he took public transportation around the city, and cooked his own meals.

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Mar
12

Welcome to Our Website

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Joe Dugan“We hope you will enjoy your time here and come back often for the latest in South Carolina and National news, presented by truthful news media, to allow you to really understand the facts about what is happening to your State, Nation and Constitution, at this critical time in our history.”

Any of the Tea Party/Grassroots movements in South Carolina may request an application to join our Coalition and work together to achieve our common goals.

Organizations from other states are welcome to apply to have links to their websites listed here, as well.

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Mar
11

The Truth About the Tea Party Origins

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Tea Party FlagThe Tea Party movement may only be a few years old, but the beginning of the movement is often misunderstood and misreported. While the tea party is often portrayed as being purely an anti-Obama movement, the truth is that the Republican Party has always been as much a target as President Obama and his administration.

George W. Bush Years: Tensions Rise

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Mar
10

This Week In The Senate

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Senate_logo On The Floor
The Appointment of the Superintendent of Education bill, which was set for priority status on special order, will hit the floor for debate. The NDAA Nullification bill has been blocked by a minority report.

The bill that would allow concealed weapons permit holders to carry firearms into bars and restaurants has also been blocked by a minority report.

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