Jan
7

Exclusive: Trump To Address South Carolina Tea Party Convention

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Donald Trump To Attend The 2015 SCTP C Convention in Myrtle BeachReal estate magnate and potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will test the waters in the nation’s first-in-the-south primary state, South Carolina, this month. He will deliver a keynote address to the South Carolina Tea Party convention in Myrtle Beach.

“I look forward to being with my friends in South Carolina,” Trump said in a statement provided to Breitbart News. “I have always had great admiration for the people and state of South Carolina. It will be a wonderful afternoon.”

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Jan
2

It’s not the economy or terrorism: Americans most alarmed by their own government, Gallup says
By Jennifer Harper

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Rick Santorumeady to change DCHow concerned is the public about their own government and politics in general? The news itself is alarming: “Poor government leadership” on the part of the White House, Congress and combative politicians was deemed the “top problem in 2014” – more than the economy, terrorism, racism, the federal debt, unemployment, healthcare, immigration and a host of other troubling issues.

No, really. This is research from a Gallup poll released Friday and it is also the first time government leadership has been No. 1 on the list since the pollster began tabulating such sentiments 14 years ago. Interesting too that concerns over the nation’s “moral decline” is ranked in the top-10 as well. See all the numbers in the Poll du Jour at column’s end.

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Jan
2

2016: Ted Cruz to Speak at South Carolina Tea Party Convention
Michael Patrick Leahy

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Senator Ted Cruz understands how important the Grassroots Movement really is.Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) will be a featured speaker at the South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Convention on Sunday, January 18.

Joe Dugan, executive producer of the three-day event, told Breitbart News on Thursday that Cruz will join a pantheon of Tea Party favorites who will address the three day convention in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, including Dr. Ben Carson, Representative Jim Bridenstine (R-OK), Representative Louis Gohmert (R-TX), and former Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA).

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Dec
19

Tea Party Coalition Convention Training — Myrtle Beach, SC
Author: Carolyn Bolton

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American MajorityAttendees and staff will descend on the Springmaid Beach Resort in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Jan. 17-19 for the 2015 South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Convention, a weekend full of grassroots political training and conservative camaraderie hosted by those at the South Carolina Tea Party Coalition in partnership with American Majority for the purpose of preparing local men and women to run for office.

We will equip you with proven campaign strategies and cutting-edge tactics for a effective political bid. Whether you’re new to politics or you’ve been involved for decades, this fast-paced training will position you for campaign success.

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Dec
14

Dr. Ben Carson to Address South Carolina Tea Party Convention
By:Michael Patrick Leahy

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Dr. Ben Carson will be speaking to the activists in south Carolina at the SCTPC Convention in January.Dr. Ben Carson will be a top featured speaker at the South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Convention next month from January 17 to 19 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Joe Dugan, founder and executive producer of the group’s fourth annual convention, told Breitbart News that Tea Partiers in South Carolina are excited to hear Dr. Carson’s message. The convention comes a little more than a year in advance of South Carolina’s 2016 Presidential primary.

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Dec
11

Advice on that $1 trillion spending bill: ‘If you fund it, you own it’
by Jennifer Harper

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American Enterprise Institute president Arthur BrooksThe giant $1.8 trillion omnibus spending bill now stretched out like a walrus in the halls of Congress has spawned mixed reviews. Some observers say the 1,603-page legislation is a marvelous creature — ample evidence that Republicans and Democrats can play nice and do something good together. Others see the bill as a dangerous beast making threatening noises and waving its 100 or so policy riders at onlookers — like that potential funding for President Obama’s amnesty plans, for instance.

The bill is a “sneak attack,” according to CNBC, while Heritage Action frames it as a “blank check for amnesty.” The activists at Common Cause describe the legislation as “a toxic cocktail of giveaways,” the learned wonks of the Committee for a Responsible Budget cite “budgetary gimmicks,” while the ever-vigilant Tea Party Patriots dismiss the bill as an “all powerful, unaccountable American nightmare.”

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