Nov
29

Big business group considers formally opposing Obamacare

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Obamacare is destroying the healthcare system.The Business Roundtable, an association of chief executive officers of 200 leading U.S. companies, is weighing formally opposing Obamacare, which it had previously supported.

The association cited recent lawsuits by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against company health policies as the reason for the shift.

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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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Sep
30

Who Gets Credit for a Government Shutdown?

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The End is Nigh. So say the media, counting down the seconds to a partial shutdown of the U.S. government. Certainly Americans will miss some federal functions, and the media will focus eagerly on victims–real and imaginary–of the impasse (though, curiously, the government clocks out for two days every weekend, and most people seem OK with that). At the same time, we will be reminded that life goes on beyond the state.

The enduring memory of the last shutdown, in 1996, is that the economy hummed right along despite the fact that the federal government was closed. Suddenly, much of government didn’t seem so necessary after all. The American people proved quite adept at handling our own affairs in most matters. It was before–not after–that shutdown that President Bill Clinton told the nation that “the era of big government is over.”

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Sep
30

House votes to keep government open, delay ObamaCare by 1 year

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Obamacare Not Good For The CountryHouse Republicans voted early Sunday morning in favor of a temporary spending bill that includes a one-year delay for ObamaCare, a move that increases the chance of a government shutdown with Senate Democrats and the White House vowing to reject the measure ahead of a Monday night deadline.

The Republican-led House passed the proposal 231-192 in one of two amendments attached to a Senate spending bill passed Friday night.

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Sep
25

CARSON: The grit and gumption to resist Obamacare

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ben-scrubs-6-jpg_s160x239Today, the freedom of Americans to control their own health care needs is being threatened by massive governmental interference. Those attempting to fundamentally change America are attempting to take control of the most important thing any of us possesses: our health.

It often comes at a heavy cost, but freedom is worth fighting for. In 1836, the brave defenders of the Alamo went down to defeat by Mexican Gen. Santa Anna and his army, which was 10 times greater in number than the defenders under the command of Lt. Col. William Barret Travis. Not all of the 200 defenders were Texans. Many of the civilian defenders, including some Mexicans, were more loyal to Davy Crockett and Jim Bowie, who fell ill prior to the battle.

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Sep
24

Senator Ted Cruz is filibustering. Says: “I intend to speak until I can no longer stand.”

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It is absolutely critical that we swamp the phone lines to stop Obamacare. Take a few minutes out of your lives right now to let your Senators know they work for you!

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