Hands off my Healthcare Rally 6/30

June 28th, 2012 by NC Tea Party Staff Categories: Featured, State No Responses

Saturday, June 30, 2012
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Crabtree Valley Marriott
4500 Marriott Drive, Raleigh, NC

from Triangle Conservatives Unite:
Please join Americans for Prosperity and the Civitas Institute for our Hands Off Our Healthcare rally, and tell President Obama we need free market healthcare solutions, not another government takeover.

Join us Saturday, June 30th at noon at the Crabtree valley Marriott. Doors open at 10 A.M. with activities for children and a chance for adults to join the fight against President Obama’s destructive health and economic policies. The event is free.

Please join us at high noon on Saturday, June 30th at the Crabtree vally Marriott as we tell President Obama to keep his hands of our health care.

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STOP Agenda 21 in NC

May 11th, 2012 by NC Tea Party Staff Categories: Hot Topics, State, Agenda 21 5 Responses
STOP Agenda 21 in NC

North Carolina refused to ratify the Constitution until there was a Bill of Rights to protect our freedoms, it is time for us to again stand for freedom. In the short session of the Legislature beginning on the 16th two bills will be introduced one to block Agenda 21 and the other to nullify the NDAA indefinite detention provisions.

This is were your help is needed to spread the word because 2/3 of the House will be need to approve the resolutions to bring them to the floor in the “short session” otherwise they will die in committee.The House leadership wants to wrap this session up quickly so they can get back out on the campaign trail and tell you what wonderful things they have accomplished and how they are looking out for your interest.

Well, its time to let them know that our interest include Agenda 21 and NDAA and we expect them continue the tradition laid out by the founders of our state and to stand up for our rights and for freedom.

They will not move unless we push them, so call, email and write, be courteous but be insistent, we need this done before they quit work for the year.

The Time for Action is Now, Not Tomorrow Today!

— William Kennedy, as posted in our discussion group

Rep. Glen Bradley is working on this now. Since this is a short session, the rules need to be changed so the the Agenda 21 bill can be brought to the floor. It will that 2/3 of the 120 House members to approve the resolution.

We are taking the fight right to the root, resolutions and bills are now prepared and ready for introduction on the May 12th opening of the Short Session, Stopping Agenda 21 in NC, and opposing the Indefinite Detention piece of the NDAA!

— Jacque Esslinger

SEE PREVIOUS POST with full details concerning  this topic, bill numbers, etc


Paul Ryan on the Budget, Obamacare, and Cyber Terrorism

April 30th, 2012 by NC Tea Party Staff Categories: Featured, Economy, Jobs, US NC Congressional Races 2012, Uncategorized No Responses
Paul Ryan on the Budget, Obamacare, and Cyber Terrorism

In this week’s address, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan discusses the House Republican Budget, The Path to Prosperity. It is a responsible budget that tackles our fiscal crisis and protects future generations from a crushing burden of debt. This weekend (April 29) marks exactly 3 years since the Democrat-controlled Senate last passed a budget. That’s inexcusable. We must stop Washington’s reckless spending to save our country from fiscal collapse.

He did not mention what all cyberterrorism bills they passed. However we know that CISPA was passed last week, and that’s an area of concern for patriots.

Virginia Foxx Rebukes Obama

April 30th, 2012 by NC Tea Party Staff Categories: Hot Topics, State, Other Videos, US NC Congress Watch, Uncategorized No Responses
Virginia Foxx Rebukes Obama

Congresswoman Virginia Foxx talks with Neil Cavuto on FOX Business about student loans, and President Obama’s bully pulpit at UNC- Chapel Hill. She points out that the people he was speaking to, would not even be affected by the hike in interest rates coming in July. (Talk about misleading!)

What do you think? Is there any reason college students should voluntarily pile themselves down with debt? Do you believe keeping the rates artificially low if profitable for Americans?

WS Journal Endorses Folwell for Lieutenant Governor, more

April 16th, 2012 by NC Tea Party Staff Categories: Featured, State, Candidates No Responses
WS Journal Endorses Folwell for Lieutenant Governor, more

Five candidates are seeking the Republican nomination, among them Forsyth’s Rep. Dale Folwell. The Journal has long admired Folwell’s practical legislative service. For most of his career, he has eschewed flamboyant issues, choosing instead to seek helpful ways of improving state government and services. His ideas range from a later start date for kindergarteners to programs to increase organ donations.

Maybe to curry favor with his party’s right wing, Folwell moved into social issues this term, and that was disturbing. Should he win his party’s nomination for lieutenant governor, we trust he will tack back to the middle. The Journal endorses Dale Folwell for the GOP’s second spot.

Three Republicans are seeking their party’s nomination to challenge Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin, a Democrat who is running uncontested in his primary. Former state Rep. Richard Morgan, the House co-speaker for two tumultuous years, was an effective legislator who led with moderately conservative stands. Morgan’s wide range of government experience would make him a viable challenger to Goodwin. The Journal endorses him for his party’s nod.

Four Republicans seek their party’s nomination to challenge Secretary of State Elaine Marshall, a Democrat who is running uncontested in her primary. Kenneth Gardner, a former Wake County commissioners’ chairman, had a strong record in the capital county. A conservative with good business sense, Gardner knew how to work across party and ideological lines to help his community. The Journal endorses Gardner for the GOP nomination.

Five Republicans seek to challenge Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson, who has no challengers in the Democratic primary. Ray Martin, a Garner middle- and high-school teacher for the past 24 years who is a retired U.S. Navy veteran with almost 20 years of service, is a strong believer in public education who would well represent his party’s conservative leanings to improve, not destroy, public schools.

source: journalnow.com

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