Dec
23

ObamaCare fines loom for uninsured
By Elise Viebeck

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Tax preparation companies are touting their expertise in handling the IRS’s ObamaCare rules as they gear up for a new filing season.After the first of the year there will be many very unhappy folks after finding out they will be fined $325 per adult or 2 percent of family income, whichever is higher if not covered by insurance with the deadline of Feb. 15, 2015.

People without insurance are running out of time to avoid the hefty ObamaCare penalties that the IRS will be handing down in 2016. As if we need the IRS to have even more power over us!

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Jan
10

SCTPC Convention Update
"We The People"

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Tune In To Tim McGinnisIf you live in the 7th District, please tune in to “Carolina This Week” on WPDE this Sunday morning at 11:00am. I will be speaking with Tim McGinnis about our convention and other items that are important to us. I hope you find this interview lively and informative. For those outside the district that cannot receive this channel, we will have a YouTube video posted here by midweek.

The interest in our 2014 convention has been tremendous and we are thrilled that so many of you, from South Carolina and at least a dozen other states will be attending. We have a fabulous line-up of speakers to keep you informed and up to date on dozens of critical issues.

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Dec
28

One of the World’s Top Investors Warns of the Coming Economic Collapse

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Preparing for Economic CollapseJim  Rogers, one of the world’s top investors, is warning that we’re heading towards an economic crisis that will make the 2008 crisis look like a walk in the park.

In an interview with CNBC this week, the infamous investor said it all comes down to debt. Our country is borrowing somewhere around a trillion dollars a year, and it doesn’t take a super investor to figure out what’s coming.

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Dec
9

Seven Questions for Fed Chair Nominee ‘Calamity Janet’ Yellen

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553506_352729241470167_1811628330_nJanet Yellen will be our new Fed chair in 2014, replacing the departing Ben Bernanke.

Let me just start by saying that I have never had any dealings with Janet Yellen, nor do I know anyone who has. My conclusions, therefore, are based on her philosophies more than anything else. It is one’s viewpoints that, to me, trump all other considerations when it comes to deciding who should run the Fed. Past mistakes in our economic history can often be traced to the fact that many people make their decisions based on comfort levels, not necessary change. Janet is comfortable to the 1% crowd.

Janet may be the funniest and smartest woman in town. She may be able to rapid-fire facts and figures in a way that would make a Jeopardy champion envious. She may even be able to bake chocolate chip cookies that would rival Hillary Clinton’s, but that can’t make up for her underlying philosophical beliefs. Janet Yellen is a Keynesian.

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Nov
6

The Foolish Fed

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Oct
21

Americans the Real Losers in Debt Ceiling Resolution

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553506_352729241470167_1811628330_nThe latest crisis in D.C. was just the opening act in the unfortunate last chapter of Obama’s America, one that will have a very tragic end for all hard-working Americans.

The House of Representatives’ constitutional duty is clear. It is to appropriate spending through spending bills. The process begins in the House, is taken up by the Senate, and is then signed into law by the President.

Simple! Unless you are a D.C. politician.

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