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The current president of the Greenville County Republican Women's Club and six past presidents attended the Club's annual Christmas Luncheon at the Poinsett Club. From left to right, Mary Beth Green, Recently installed President for 2016 – 2017; Linda Slaton, 2014 – 2015; Debbie Spaugh, 2012 – 2013; Kathy Davis, 2010 – 2011; Geri Warren, 2008 – 2009; Betty Poe, 2006 – 2007; and Joanne Meadows, 2003 – 2005. Under the leadership of these ladies the club has grown to be the largest Republican Women's Club in the Palmetto State and one of the more active and influential.

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Cruz Close Behind and Leading in Iowa, Establishment Candidates Getting no Traction

The latest polls indicate that Donald Trump is “building a commanding national lead” over his opponents. The only opponent showing a threatening surge is Texas Senator Ted Cruz.

Many concerned citizens are flocking to Donald Trump because they are convinced that the establishment Republicans are not committed to closing the borders and protecting citizens from an onslaught of foreigners that include an unknown number of committed terrorist.

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Rafael Cruz, father of Senator Ted Cruz, poses with volunteers and guests at Cruz Headquarters in Greenville.

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“Ted Cruz will always tell the truth and do what he says he will do.” ~ Rafael Cruz

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Senator Ted Cruz of Texas jumped to first place in the latest Iowa poll. Cruz sailed by both Donald Trump and Ben Carson in the latest Monmouth University poll released Monday, December 7, 2015.

Cruz took 24 percent of the votes from a survey of 425 Iowa voters likely to attend the Republican presidential caucuses in February.

This marks the first time that Cruz has held a lead in any of the crucial early primary states.

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“It is Impossible to Defeat an Enemy you are Unwilling to Identify.”

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On Sunday morning following the radical Islamic attacks on innocent civilians in Paris, Dr. Robert Jeffress Pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, dispensed with political correctness and provided a special message to his congregation. Dr. Jeffress and Pastor Donnie Swaggart have demonstrated boldness and courage that most pastors and elected officials have not yet exhibited.

The message now on U-tube lasts only 6 minutes and will be quoted as near verbatim as possible.

I feel like I need to address the tragedy we all witnessed this weekend in Paris. What should be our response to that tragedy? Certainly, as Christians, we should be praying for the victims and the victims families. Psalms 34 says, The Lord is close to those who are broken hearted.

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Trump Holds Strong Lead in all three Early Primary States, Cruz Passes Carson in Iowa. Stop Trump PAC Forming.

“I think it will come down to Trump and Cruz, to tell you the truth,” said former Alaska Governor and Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin in an interview with WBT-FM in Charlotte, North Carolina last Thursday.

“People are really tired of professional politicians who won’t call it like they see it and maybe don’t have life experiences that allow them to prove a track record of success.

“That’s refreshing about Trump. He’s a fighter. We know he’s going to put America first. And he really nailed it early on what the main problems are in America right now.”

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