Archive for March, 2012
If you weren’t paying attention to online media you may not know that Obama’s budget went up for a vote this week and received ZERO votes. I’ve yet to see any mainstream media report that epic fail! Audrey Hudson at Human Events has this week’s budget votes: The House Thursday passed the Republican-backed budget plan [...]
Robert Kittle reports: The South Carolina House gave its final approval Thursday to a bill that would allow concealed weapon permit holders to carry their guns into restaurants that serve alcohol. Under current law, they have to leave their guns at home or in the car. The bill does not allow them to drink alcohol, [...]
Between a more than full work schedule, and the various tea party/political goings in lately, I’ve not given you all the state news I’d like. I keep meaning to post articles, but when I look up … it’s MIDNIGHT! So here are four stories from The Nerve about happenings in Columbia. You’ll have to read [...]
I was happy to share this email from the Shealy campaign: Did you know that the senator who brought national shame to our state and the Republican Party by calling our governor a вЂњragheadвЂќ is up for re-election? ThatвЂ™s right вЂ“ our own SC Senator Jakie Knotts is seeking re-election. Not only is he an [...]
From Mick’s Facebook page: Today, a conference committee met to discuss H.3241, the public charter school, in a public meeting. I attended the meeting and voiced my support for clean bill that strengthens public charter schools. After some debate and discussion, the conference committee adopted a bill that really is a home run for the [...]
South Carolinians for Responsible Government reports: Legislation helping low-income and disabled students attend independent schools has passed out of the South Carolina’s House of Representatives by a vote of 65 to 49. “Parents have the most information and best motivation to make decisions for their own children,” explained Representative Eric Bedingfield (R-Greenville), one of the [...]
If you were not able to go to this month’s county council meeting, here’s the video. Even if you don’t have time to view the entire thing, just click on it to see the nifty new opening!!!
CLICK here for Councilman Nutt’s March Newsletter. Or read below: The goal for these articles over the last year or so has been to shed some light on the workings of your county government and to try to keep you as informed about the issues as possible. Much has gone on over the last two [...]
Transcripts and Audio here.
John Sexton at Breitbart.com sums it up: Unable to get cap and trade through Congress, President Obama has settled for just the cap via regulation by the EPA. Today, his EPA will issue new limits on the amount of CO2 which can be produced by new power plants — and they may shut down coal [...]