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Obama Imposing Vague New Gun Restrictions PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bob Dill, Publisher   
Wednesday, 06 January 2016 00:00

Opponents see abuse of power, Ignoring  Second Amendment

President Obama announced unilateral plans to work around Congress and expand background checks to cover more guns sold at gun shows, online and anywhere else.

The devil is in the details:

regulations and procedures developed and issued by agencies. The Justice Department’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and  Explosives will be one of the agencies issuing updated guidance that says the government should deem anyone “in the business of selling guns to be a dealer,” regardless of where the gun or guns are sold.

The Joy of Christmas with the Daybreak Singers at Daybreak Community Church PDF Print E-mail
Written by Tony Dunn   
Wednesday, 30 December 2015 00:00



Music Director Ann Ewards leads The Daybreak Singers as they present The Joy of Christmas at Daybreak Community Church on Hillcrest Drive in Greenville where Marshall Sargent pastors.

The Rise of American Fabian Socialism PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bob Dill, Publisher   
Wednesday, 30 December 2015 00:00

“But they are all equally culpable in waging a campaign that sooner or later, must destroy civilization, if allowed to run its ruinous course.”

Socialism. Progressivism, Fabianism and Communism have the same goals. They simply had and have different means of achieving those goals.

The Marxist socialists and German national socialists under Hitler were impatient and willing to kill thousands to achieve their goals quickly.

The European Fabian Socialists believed in achieving power gradually. The Communists failed to achieve victory over the United States using external military force and failed to make progress with the American people because the population is armed. Therefore, for several decades, the Communists have used the gradual approach so as not to panic the armed American people.

Republican Woman of the Year PDF Print E-mail
Written by Thomas C. Hanson   
Wednesday, 30 December 2015 00:00


Geri Warren, at left, was named South Carolina Federation of Republican Women’s Republican Woman of the Year. The above presentation was made by Linda Slaton, President of Greenville County Republican Women’s Club at the Poinsett Club. Warren is a Past President of the club.

“Forced Diversity” Housing Coming to Suburbs PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bob Dill, Publisher   
Wednesday, 30 December 2015 00:00

“They're Going to be Destroying Every Suburb That they Move into, Just as they've Done the Inner Cities”

“The Obama Administration is now redistributing poor inner city families to American Suburbs,” said Jesse Lee Peterson. “They’re going to be destroying every suburb that they move into, just as they’ve done the inner cities.”

The government is implementing the program mostly in secret. They are using third parties to purchase houses in the suburbs for single black mothers with children.

WND reported that the Housing Authority of Baltimore is secretly relocating Section 8 Subsidized housing families from the inner city into suburban homes.

Schlafly: “Donald Trump Last Hope for America” PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bob Dill, Publisher   
Wednesday, 23 December 2015 00:00

“He will fight for the issues that we really care about and are very hot at the present time, such as the Immigration Issue. I don't see anyone else who is eager to fight.”

On the eve of a presidential election year and the Iowa Caucuses less than two months away, there are danger signs on the horizon.

Hillary Clinton is the likely Democrat candidate. Her mendacity and alleged crimes are not a problem for her constituents who plan to win by “hook or crook.”

With Senator Lindsey Graham out of the race, there remain 13 Republican candidates. Most of the candidates are clinging to the moderate wing of the Republican Party that lost the last two elections to Barack Obama. Only Donald Trump and Ted Cruz stand out from the crowd as separate from the Republican Establishment.

Clinging to His Roots PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bob Dill, Publisher   
Wednesday, 16 December 2015 00:00


David Quemere, at left, Grew up in New York City and spent his summers with his grandfather and numerous cousins in northern Greenville County, including Judy Walker and Robert Taylor in the photo above. David and his wife reside near Boston. He heads back to Greenville County at every opportunity. He owns the Rev. Hartwell Beacham home place and is planning to restore it for the enjoyment of future generations of the Beacham bloodline.


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