Category Archives: LEGISLATIVE ISSUES

Issues currently in the news.

Sen. Rose to report on healthcare exchanges


State Sen. Mike Rose, who recently attended a conference in New Orleans of legislators from all 50 states in order to learn what other states are doing about health care in general and health insurance exchanges in particular, will give … Continue reading

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Obama says he’s ready to compromise…


But does he mean it?  For the first time, in this press conference he used the term “Progressives” twice.  His progressive socialist agenda is becoming more and more clear for all to see, if only they would. Later in his … Continue reading

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Scott impressive at LowCountry meeting


The crowd of nearly 90 listened carefully as Rep. Scott gave his stance on raising the debt ceiling (there will have to be matching spending cuts), the war in Afghanistan (we won’t be out of there anytime soon) and how … Continue reading

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Freedom 21 is where we should be spending our time


1. John Perna lives in Columbia and has a very informative site you should visit. 2. The following text is a response I sent to someone else earlier and the info is worth sharing. He asked if A21 was being … Continue reading

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11 Countries sue Georgia re ID issue


Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Peru filed court papers last week against the state of Georgia’s new illegal immigration law. The ACLU and Southern Poverty Law Center had already filed lawsuits. I … Continue reading

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Is The Secretary of Health the most powerful woman in America?


Rich Lowry, editor of National Review magazine, believes she is.  Read his column on the power Sec. Kathleen Sebelius now wields.  It was in the Post & Courier but you can read it on the National Review website: http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/255980/rule-sebelius-rich-lowry

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It’s time for a new SC Speaker of the House


Who should be the next SC Speaker of the House By Kendra Linkowski If you understand the impending dollar collapse and the gold/ (and silver) standard, then you will see why Mike Pitts is preferred over Ralph Norman as Speaker … Continue reading

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