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Let us resolve to return sovereignty to the people of South Carolina. It will not be easy. A revolt has taken place within government, a revolt against our Constitution. Government of, for, by the people has been overthrown. To reclaim our rights we will contend with a foe as powerful as the British monarchy our founders confronted. We will need their courage and perseverance in adversity. But we too can be victorious.

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America has the best health care in the world, however, the physician/patient relationship is being politicized and is under attack.

Kendall---Thomas-KendellAbout 100 people showed up to hear Greenville family physician Tom Kendall speak this past Saturday at the semi-annual luncheon of the Americans for Constitutional Government study group. The ACG usually meets every fourth Monday of the month at the Symmes branch of the Greenville County Public Library on Pelham Road. The next meeting will be on the 4th Monday in February at 10:00 a.m.

Dr. Kendall began his remarks by greeting those in attendance “in the name of the Great Physician.” His topic was the current state of health care in America. He said that God was stirring him to be more vocal in the public arena about the trends he sees in health care and how government is adversely impacting these trends. He said that he felt compelled to speak out.

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Pay Attention to Sovereignty, Transparency, Constitutionality

There are several things I want you to pay attention to as you start another legislative year, Robert G. “Butch” Taylor instructed the Greenville County Legislative Delegation during their meeting on Monday evening.

The first is State Sovereignty to protect us from intrusion from the federal government.

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The Greenville County Legislative Delegation made several appointments to boards and commissions during their January 4 meeting in Greenville. All five currently serving members of the Greenville County Election Commission were reappointed without opposition. The commissioners are Robert C. Schaffner, Bobby Black, Wilton E. Bagwell, Markylena Tolbert-Wydman and Bunny M. Phillips.

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Parent Previously Sought Help From Sheriff’s Dept. and Greenville County Council

Cynthia Zerga-Patnall appeared before the Greenville County Legislative Delegation, Monday evening, proposing specific legislation designed to prevent teen hoodlums from harassing law-abiding citizens on city streets and in neighborhoods and other public places. She proposed state laws that would hold parents responsible and accountable for all of their children until the age of 18 years.

Zerga-Patnall had addressed the delegation previously regarding teens in her neighborhood using abusive and threatening language when addressing girls and ladies on the sidewalks in the neighborhood.

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Five Republican Candidates for Governor to Debate in Port City

The South Carolina Republican Party has announced that MSNBC Host Joe Scarborough will moderate the state GOP’s first gubernatorial debate to be held January 28th in Charleston.

The debate will take place at Memminger Auditorium in Charleston. Details of the debate and whether it will be televised for viewing in the heavily Republican upstate have not been revealed.

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Citizen Ed Paxton was the only person to sign up to speak at the December 2nd meeting of Greenville County Council.

Paxton speaks slowly and deliberately. There is no mistaking what he says and he typically does not use words lightly.

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