Mar
25

Who was Saul Alinsky?

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Burning_Constitution-300x158Saul David Alinsky, a writer, was an American community organizer and writer. He is generally considered to be the Communist radical, socialist founder of the modern community organizing movement. He is most noted for his book Rules for Radicals.
 
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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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Apr
30

The Art of the Impossible

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SowellSomeone called politics “the art of the possible.” But, in the era of the modern welfare state, politics is largely the art of the impossible.

Those people morbid enough to keep track of politicians’ promises may remember how Barack Obama said that ObamaCare would lower medical costs — and lots of people bought it.

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Apr
20

Boston Manhunt Shows Importance of 2nd Amendment Rights

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gun_rights_handsFriday morning, the entire city of Boston was put in lockdown. Residents were warned to “shelter in place,” meaning staying locked in their homes, answering only to uniformed law enforcement personnel. Hundreds of police swarmed through the city, tracking a violent terror suspect who is possibly armed with explosives with a clear intent to kill. The situation is a reminder of why millions of Americans cherish their right to own guns to protect themselves and their families.

Gun control advocates mistakenly assume Americans cherish their 2nd Amendment rights because of either a cultural anachronism or an affinity for hunting. The left looks at gun control as a debate over which guns Americans “need.” They often argue, for example, that Americans don’t “need” a 30-round magazine to hunt deer. That’s true, but the debate isn’t about “needs”, it is about rights.

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Apr
17

Gun control Compromise Fails in US Senate 54-46

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Apr
2

Guns Save Lives

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Second Amendment.pngWe all know that guns can cost lives because the media repeat this message endlessly, as if we could not figure it out for ourselves. But even someone who reads newspapers regularly and watches numerous television newscasts may never learn that guns also save lives– much less see any hard facts comparing how many lives are lost and how many are saved.

But that trade-off is the real issue, not the Second Amendment or the National Rifle Association, which so many in the media obsess about. If guns cost more lives than they save, we can always repeal the Second Amendment. But if guns save more lives than they cost, we need to know that, instead of spending time demonizing the National Rifle Association.

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