So I attended the Spartanburg Tea Party monthly meeting in October, and it was REALLY good. It featured several candidates for state and local office, and not just from the Republican Party, but from the Libertarian and Constitution Parties too. (Extra super bonus points go to Timothy Moultrie who is running for Superintendent of Education, […]
Category Archives: Politics
Ramblings on politics from an old school Republican (think Barry Goldwater, Ron Paul).
So I finished my QSL cards. This post will serve as a placeholder showing my current QSL card (and any past ones), as well as an explanation of the items on the card. Pics and details after the jump!
Apparently his three previous mailings which all got no response wasn’t enough of a clue. Click the title of this entry to view the full page containing pics of the letter, and my response.
Enjoy this epic video. HR1207 (“Audit The Fed”) now has 271 co-sponsors, including all House Republicans and nearly half of the House Democrats.
The following is a fairly comprehensive paper on the total tax burden to the average US taxpayer. This includes federal, state, local, and excise taxes. This is, in effect, a best case scenario for taxation. Bare that in mind when the numbers and figures start to hit you. Please note this work is licensed under […]
First and foremost … a big thanks for the C4L members who setup and manned our booth at the event. There was a huge (42″?) TV/monitor with a Campaign for Liberty logo loop on it that really grabbed attention. The booth members ended up with a stack of signed HR1207 petitions probably 4″ thick. We […]
Remember Rick Beltram? He was the county chairman of the Spartanburg, SC GOP. After the GOP Presidential Debate in Columbia, SC where Ron Paul had a memorable exchange with Rudy Giuliani about blowback, Rick Beltram said this: “He can stay home… The door’s closed for him.” * * [Source: http://www.goupstate.com/article/20070704/NEWS/707040336/-1/LIFE ] Well the Spartanburg County […]
The following is a fairly comprehensive paper on the total tax burden to the average US taxpayer. This includes federal, state, local, and excise taxes. This is as a whole a very conservative estimate, as people on the lowest end of the spectrum skew the average down with low taxation and receipt of financial aid. […]