Tim-ScottA reception was held at the home of Tex Small for State Rep. Tim Scott, a Republican candidate for Lt. Gov. of South Carolina. Rep. Scott resides in Charleston and represents District 117 that includes Charleston and Berkly Counties. He served for 12 years on Charleston County Council.

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Dr. Jerome Corsi Denied Access

The Copenhagen Global Climate Convention that is billed as “a major step forward in global governance” is set to begin Monday, December 7, 2009. It is ironic that the conference that could result in the loss of freedom for Americans begins on the anniversary of the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941.

President Obama is scheduled to speak on the opening day and make promises to the world for the American people to keep.

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Hatred of Confederate Flag Based on Ignorance of Factual History

The Sate newspaper reported on November 20 that two candidates for Governor Mullins McCLeod a Charleston attorney and Sen. Vincent Sheheen of Camden, both Democrats seeking their party’s nomination for Governor of South Carolina, have announced as part of their platform, they want to get the Confederate battle flag off State House grounds.

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Final Vote Set for December 1, 2009

On a voice vote, Greenville County Council agreed to move the County’s comprehensive land use plan to a third and final reading and vote set for December 1, 2009. Amendments to the plan will be permitted at that meeting.

Prior to the vote on Tuesday, November 17, Jim Burns, chairman of the committee sponsoring the bill held a public hearing. Thirty minutes of comments each were permitted for those in favor of the plan and those opposed.

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The Republican Party of Charleston County has voted to censure Sen. Lindsey Graham, according to county GOP Chairman Lin Bennett.

“U. S. Sen. Lindsey Graham in the name of bipartisanship continues to weaken the Republican brand and tarnish the ideals of freedom, rule of law, and fiscal conservatism,” the resolution stated.

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Hold Public Meetings on Infringement of Private Property Rights, Free Enterprise

In a letter to Greenville County Council Chairman Butch Kirven, Robert G. Taylor, president of the Greenville County Taxpayers Association, requests that “Council return (the Greenville County Comprehensive Land Use Plan) to Committee to hold public meetings that identify all areas that infringe on Private Property Rights and the Free Enterprise System.”

Taylor states that the Association supports sound professional planning, but is opposed to “exploitive planning, which is conducted to produce a predetermined outcome. As an example, Imagine Greenville is almost a copy of previous plans dating back to Visions 2000 and 2005.”

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Many Americans ask how dangerous international policies can suddenly turn up in state and local government, all seemingly uniform to those in communities across the nation and around the globe.

The answer – meet ICLEI, a non-profit, private foundation, dedicated to helping your mayor implement all of his promises. Originally known as the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI), today the group simply calls itself "ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability."

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