Ever since Barack Obama first surfaced in public, he expressed opposition to the private ownership of guns by American citizens, and has been working ever since to limit that ownership with the goal of eliminating it altogether.

In 1996, when Obama ran for the Illinois State Senate, he was asked if he supported legislation to “ban the manufacture, sale and possession of handguns.” He answered simply: “Yes.” He also wanted to ban “assault weapons” (semi-automatic firearms) and supported mandatory waiting periods, along with background checks, in order to make it more and more difficult for Americans to exercise their gun rights guaranteed by the Second Amendment.

In his third term in the Illinois Senate, he supported a package of bills that would have limited the state’s citizens to buying only one handgun a month, while allowing civil liability lawsuits in the event of injury or death caused by handguns.

In 2004 during his run for the U.S. Senate, Obama said once again that he supported mandatory background checks of buyers everywhere in the country: at gun shows, through the Internet, and private face-to-face transactions.

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California Gov. Jerry Brown has Set Model for Election Fraud

California Governor Jerry Brown has signed a new Motor Voter law that will make it easy for non-citizens to cast ballots.

The new Motor Voter Act automatically registers to vote all eligible voters when they obtain or renew their driver’s licenses at the Department of Motor Vehicles, instead of requiring them to fill out a form.

The stated goal is to ease barriers to voting, but election-integrity advocates warn that the measure could inadvertently add millions of illegal aliens to the rolls, given that California allows undocumented aliens to obtain a driver’s license.

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Sen. Ted Cruz and Dr. Ben Carson tied for first place in a poll of Greenville County Republican Committeemen, Monday night. Those eligible to participate in the poll represented every precinct in the county. They represent the views of more informed party activists that may be more familiar with the candidates than the average voter.

Donald Trump came in third, with 18 votes, trailed by Carley Fiorina with 14.

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The Greenville County  Republican Party Executive Committee passed a “Refugee Resettlement Resolution” proposed by Dean Allen at their Monday meeting.

The Resolution stated that: “The Greenville County Republican Party respectfully calls upon Governor Nikki Haley to immediately suspend the further resettlement of refugees in South Carolina “ until certain specified conditions are met.

1. SLED investigates the impact of similar refugee resettlement programs in Tennessee and surrounding states on local law enforcement, and is able to certify to the Governor the proposed refugee resettlement program will not have an adverse impact on law enforcement in South Carolina, and will not require any additional funding for law enforcement.

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The Vietnamese American Community in Greenville, SC, joined the Vietnamese American Community, USA, along with other groups: Tibetan, the Uighurs at Xinjiang, the Inner Mongolian, Taiwanese, Hong Kong people, Filipinos in protesting on the Chinese President Xi Jinping visit to the United States.  In front of the White House thousands of protesters carried their flags and banners, chanting “China out” and “Freedom for Tibet.”

The White House constructed temporary walls to prevent Xi Jinping to see his unwanted sights as protesters covered the La Fayette Park with pictures, flags and banners to show their side of Chinese Government leadership. Many political leaders of these groups stated that the White House is afraid of showing how Americans appreciate Freedom to practice the 1st Amendment by covering up their eyes and ears with black curtains and white veil.

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CarlyForinia1Carlie Fiorina addressed the Greenville County Republican Women’s Club during her second campaign stop in Greenville in a little more than a week. The only woman in the Republican race, she could not resist taking a couple of swipes at front runner Donald Trump, who had commented negatively on her appearance, and appeared insincere in his apology.

The candidate’s staff prescribed the structure for the luncheon and rushed her across the hall to a book signing at the conclusion of her presentation that was delivered with precision, but contained no new material.

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Confederate Flag supporters greet Heritage Action Forum Attendees as they protest against South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley for removing Confederate Flag from State House grounds monument.

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