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Pisgah Inn Rally this Saturday

Oct 10, 2013   //   by Christian Hine   //   Carolinas, Christian Hine  //  37 Comments

Pisgah Inn Rally this Saturday, 10/12 at noon.  Caravan at 11 AM. The Pisgah Inn is re-opened as of today, 10/9.  Why?  Government has backed down!  Across America, citizens are  tossing aside the barricades to our monuments and saying ‘enough is enough!’  Let’s make Pisgah Inn the inspiration for other businesses across the country to push […]

The ACA: Cost of Compliance

Sep 19, 2013   //   by Christian Hine   //   Carolinas, Christian Hine, National  //  8 Comments

This past Tuesday, the John Locke Foundation held a luncheon in Charlotte which focused on Obamacare. The headlining speaker was Sharon Kasica.  Her presetation entitled “The Affordable Healthcare Act: The Cost of Compliance” uses the governments own publicly available numbers to show exactly what American citizens and industry are in for over the coming years, […]

Americans for Prosperity Asks Senator Hagan to Clarify Position on Carbon Tax

Sep 13, 2013   //   by Christian Hine   //   Carolinas, Christian Hine  //  3 Comments

Americans for Prosperity is asking Senator Kay Hagan (D) to clarify her position on past and potential carbon tax legislation in the US Senate. At the heart of the issue are two votes on the Senate Democrat budget proposal, in March of this year. First, Sen. Hagan voted against Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse’s (D-R.I.) amendment, which […]

Where are the GOP Honey Badgers?

Aug 8, 2013   //   by Christian Hine   //   Carolinas, Christian Hine, National  //  17 Comments

The national fight over the looming implementation of Obamacare has been headquartered right here in North Carolina over the past two days.  Indeed, longer than that, as nearly three weeks ago freshman Congressman Mark Meadows of NC’s 11th District began circulating Utah Senator Mike Lee’s letter calling for a defunding effort that would be tied […]

Lindsey Graham About to Get Maced

Aug 5, 2013   //   by Christian Hine   //   Carolinas, Christian Hine, National  //  8 Comments

After months of speculation, South Carolina’s version of John McCain now has an official primary challenger. At a rally on Saturday in Charleston, Nancy Mace, daughter of Brigadier General James E. Mace and the first woman to graduate from the Citadel, outlined her vision for her race against Lindsey Graham. Thanks to Chuck Suter of Constitutionalwar.org […]

Win for Gun Rights

Jul 24, 2013   //   by Christian Hine   //   Carolinas, Christian Hine  //  27 Comments

It’s not exactly a secret that I’ve had some serious disagreements with our new “super-majority” in Raleigh.  The GOP has indeed let me down on a number of issues.  (Ahem, toll roads, ahem.) That said, when something good happens, I’m just as happy to lavish praise as I am criticism.  Frankly, I’d sleep better at […]

NCGOP Responds to New York Times Editorial

Jul 16, 2013   //   by Christian Hine   //   Carolinas, Christian Hine  //  19 Comments

In response to the editorial ‘The Decline of North Carolina’ published by the New York Times editorial board on July 9, 2013, newly elected Chairman Claude Pope of the North Carolina Republican Party submitted an open letter to the New York Times. The pleasantly snide commentary is a welcome retort.  While elected officials often have to […]

The Great Quorum Conspiracy: Secret Audio from HOT Lane Discussion at NCGOP Convention

Jun 13, 2013   //   by Christian Hine   //   Carolinas, Christian Hine  //  10 Comments

Early this morning, a PunditHouse source provided us with the audio from the now famous Executive Committee debate on an anti-HOT lane resolution during this past weekend’s NCGOP Convention. There have been several stories posted to date regarding the shenanigans that led to the resolution not passing the committee.  This post by Kurt Naas of […]

Restaurant/ Campus Carry Heads For Senate Floor

Jun 12, 2013   //   by Christian Hine   //   Carolinas, Christian Hine  //  22 Comments

This just in from Grassroots North Carolina: Senate improves on HB 937 House Bill 937 passed the NC Senate Judiciary I Committee yesterday and will head for the Senate floor as early as today. Please see below for immediate actions required. Due to the efforts of Senator Buck Newton (R- , GRNC ****), Senate President Pro Tem Phil […]