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The "National Security Five" (Westmoreland, Bachmann, Franks, Gohmert and Rooney) are under assault for a recent letter questioning radical Islamists and their role in the United States government. Why do the elites on the left have such a fear of questioning and understanding the motives of the radical Islamists? Specifically in question is the association of certain staff members of the Obama Administration and their ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. The letter did not attack Muslims nor did it attack any religion, instead it brings into question the motives behind the Muslim Brotherhood and those serving in the Obama Administration and what their ties really are.
Is Stan Wise just another in a long line of unethical PSC members?
With the upcoming election and a plethora of important votes coming up for Georgia Power, it is in our best interest to make sure those that we elect can be trusted. We make no judgement here, but would like to present the case so that you may judge Mr. Wise as a voter when entering the polling both.
The facts behind Stan Wise's role on the PSC is presented by way of Kristi E. Swartz and the Atlanta-Journal Constitution.
If you’ve been shopping for a sizable reason to vote against metro Atlanta’s transportation sales tax next month, but have been unable to find one that’s XXL or larger, try this on:
The tax and the people behind it are part of a United Nations plot called Agenda 21.
Laugh if you like. The topic is now center stage in Cobb County, as part of the debate over the penny sales tax, and the contest for chairman of the county commission as well.
As the U.S. military withdraws its forces from Iraq, the families of more than 4,000 fallen American soldiers cope with another holiday season without their loved ones. Robert Stokely, the father of a fallen soldier, wanted to bring a sense of closure to his loss by visiting the location in Iraq where his son was killed. His son, US Army Sgt. Mike Stokely, was killed by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) attack on August 16, 2005 while serving in the Georgia National Guard.
Tell the politicians that you don't want a trolley, who is going to pay for the drivers of the trolley? You guessed it, the property tax payer. The SPLOST law does not allow salaries to be paid for by SPLOST, which means that you, the property owner will be paying for at least 4 Trolley Driver's salaries!
Vote 'NO' to a TROLLEY by voting 'NO' to SPLOST.
Save 3 cents on every gallon of gasoline - Vote 'NO' to SPLOST to save 3 cents on every gallon of gas, if gas hits $4 per gallon, you will save 4 cents on every gallon of gas. Better than a Kroger Card!
Find out 'Why SPLOST is a Liberal Ideal' at the end of my article.
Our local Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce has been handing out 'Talking Points' cards in favor of the upcoming SPLOST vote scheduled for Tuesday, March 6th. We have answered their talking points and would encourage everyone to download the answers and send them to everyone on your email list. It is important that we counter act this material that is getting distributed by this pro-tax organization. The Chamber of Commerce has supported every single SPLOST that has come up for vote in Coweta County including ESPLOST, SPLOST and the upcoming TIA otherwise known as TSPLOST.
Scott Bradley, a candidate for the United States Senate in 2006 and 2010, holds a Ph.D. in Constitutional Law. He is the founder and chairman of the Constitution Commemoration Foundation, Inc., and is the author of a book and DVD/CD lecture series entitled To Preserve the Nation.
"Toward the preservation of your Government and the permanency of your present happy state, it is requisite . . . that you resist with care the spirit of innovation upon its principles, however specious the pretexts. One method of assault may be to effect in the forms of the Constitution alterations which will impair the energy of the system, and thus to undermine what can not be directly overthrown . . . Liberty itself will find in such a government, with powers properly distributed and adjusted, its surest guardian." (Messages and Papers of the Presidents, George Washington, vol. 1, 210)
"In tendering this homage to the great Author of every public and private good . . . No people can be bound to acknowledge and adore the invisible hand, which conducts the affairs of men, more than the people of the United States. Every step, by which they have advanced to the character of an independent nation, seems to have been distinguished by some token of providential agency." (Messages and Papers of the Presidents, George Washington, "First Inaugural" Address, vol. 1, 44-45)
The Republican Party has a tenuous hold on the conservative movement in America. At present the only home for the 40 per cent of the electorate that identify themselves as conservative is the Republican Party, but it appears that those who are nominally identified as the "Republican Establishment" are doing all they can to alienate the vast majority of the current base of the Party.