With the GOP candidate for Governor of Colorado embroiled in a plagiarism scandal, former Rep. Tom Tancredo has been touted as a possible replacement candidate. Tancredo was the overwhelming choice of Colorado Republicans if the current candidate withdraws, according to a Survey USA poll conducted after the plagiarism allegations broke last week.

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There are Now 133 Members Pledged to Support Repeal

Eight more members of the US House signed on to support the plan to repeal Obamacare. That is more than half of the 218 members needed to pass the 435 member House.

The goal of the repeal bill is to “pull out by the roots” the legislation that, among other things, will require citizens to purchase “government-approved” health insurance whether they want it or not.

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World War II Combat Veteran Recalls Parachuting Behind Enemy Lines With 82nd Airborne Division

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Sitting in his office at his spacious White Horse Road home that sprawls across a grassy knoll, Melvin Wagstaff looked healthy and fit for a veteran of World War II as he smiled and greeted visitors. Our host soon revealed that the years have taken a toll on his 86-year old body that for most of those years was solid and healthy. He now has health problems that modern medicine cannot reverse. Declining health is difficult for an indestructible “fighting machine” whose physical strength served him well during lengthy periods of combat and remained strong and healthy throughout a long and productive civilian life.

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BJU---MugBob Jones University announced today the appointment of Dr. Eric Newton as Dean of Students.  Reporting to Dr. Gary Weier, Vice President for Administration, Dr. Newton replaces Dr. Jim Berg who held the position for 29 years.

Dr. Newton graduated from BJU in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history.  He continued his education at BJU and received a Master of Divinity degree in Theology in 2003 and a PhD in Theology in 2010.  His service at BJU began in 2001 as a graduate assistant in the history department.  He then traveled for a year as a BJU ministry team leader.   He has served as the assistant dean of students for three years.

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Go to azleg.gov and Click on S.1070

Butch-TaylorRobert G. “Butch” Taylor urged the Greenville County Legislative Delegation to pass a bill as soon as possible that is equivalent to the Arizona S. 1070 to deal with illegal aliens in South Carolina.

The cost of dealing with the illegal aliens is taking a toll on state funds and wearing on the patience of citizens who were born in this country or who have obtained citizenship legally.

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Will Complete Sentence of One Year and One Day in West Virginia Federal Prison Camp

Tony-TroutFormer Greenville County Councilman Tony Trout from Greer will complete his year and a day prison sentence for conviction on federal charges of wiretapping and computer spying on August 5th, 2010 and will be released from a West Virginia Federal Prison.

Once released, Trout will face Jury Tampering charges in South Carolina for allegedly attempting to influence a member or members of a Greenville County Grand Jury.

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Weak S. C. Laws Permit Unethical Procurement Practices

Ed-PaxtonEdward Paxton, an engineer familiar with various procurement practices and as a concerned citizen has been attending Western Carolina Regional Sewer Authority (REWA) board meetings, appeared before the Greenville County Legislative Delegation, Monday night at Greenville County Square, and requested that Lawmakers intercede in procurement of construction services for a $35 million REWA Piedmont Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant.

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