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More than 70,000 people attended event

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Apr 132015
 

NASHVILLE (CNN) –

A pack of 2016 Republicans made their pitch for president Friday before the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting in Nashville, blasting the Obama administration for what they described as an erosion of freedom while punctuating their remarks with sharp enthusiasm for Second Amendment rights.

The contenders also used the principles behind gun rights to fire off criticism of President Barack Obama’s handling of national security, further signaling the influential role that foreign policy is expected to have in the presidential election.

More than 70,000 people descended upon Music City to attend the convention, but tickets to see the candidates speak in a five-hour long forum was limited to about 5,000 people.

Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas was the only declared candidate on stage Friday. Other potential contenders included former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina and Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.

1. Candidates show off gun credentials

As tradition at the annual NRA gathering, the speakers tried to establish their own longstanding history with guns in different ways. Santorum held up his concealed carry card before the audience and boasted that his wife requested ammunition for an upcoming birthday.

Walker talked about bow-hunting, while Huckabee perused the firearm vendor hall and later listed on stage the guns he grew up with, including his first BB gun at the age of five. “I still have the same gun in mint condition,” he said.

Perry screened a video showing off his shooting skills (the same video was also shown at the 2013 NRA convention). The former governor also crowed about the gun manufacturers he recruited to Texas from other states.

For Bush, the NRA meeting was a chance to tout his record, including his A+ rating from the NRA, before a conservative crowd that’s largely skeptical of him due to his more moderate positions on immigration and Common Core.

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Rand Paul: 'I'm putting myself forward as a candidate for president'

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Apr 082015
 

Since riding the tea party wave into the Senate in 2010, Paul has carefully built a brand of mainstream libertarianism — dogged advocacy of civil liberties combined with an anti-interventionist foreign policy and general support for family values — that he bets will create a coalition of younger voters and traditional Republicans to usher him into the White House.

The test of that theory began Tuesday when the Kentucky senator made official what has been clear for years: He’s running for president.

“Today I announce with God’s help, with the help of liberty lovers everywhere, that I’m putting myself forward as a candidate for president of the United States of America,” Paul said at a rally in Louisville.

Paul immediately hit the campaign trail for a four-day swing through New Hampshire, South Carolina, Iowa and Nevada — the states that traditionally vote first in the primaries and caucuses.

A poster from the Rand Paul for President campaign.

READ: Can Rand Paul escape his father’s shadow?

In his speech, he called for reforming Washington by pushing for term limits and a constitutional amendment to balance the budget. He argued that both parties are to blame for the rising debt, saying it doubled under a Republican administration and tripled under Obama.

“Government should be restrained and freedom should be maximized,” he said.

The line-up of speakers who introduced Paul sought to paint the senator as a nontraditional candidate with diverse appeal, and by the time he got on stage, he was the first white man to address the crowd.

The speakers included J.C. Watts, a former congressman who’s African-American; state Sen. Ralph Alvarado, who’s Hispanic; local pastor Jerry Stephenson, who’s African American and a former Democrat; and University of Kentucky student Lauren Bosler.

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Rand Paul launches presidential campaign

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Apr 082015
 

For Rand Paul, it’s all led to this moment.

Since riding the tea party wave into the Senate in 2010, Paul has carefully built a brand of mainstream libertarianism — dogged advocacy of civil liberties combined with an anti-interventionist foreign policy and general support for family values — that he bets will create a coalition of younger voters and traditional Republicans to usher him into the White House.

The test of that theory began Tuesday when the Kentucky senator made official what has been clear for years: He’s running for president.

“Today I announce with God’s help, with the help of liberty lovers everywhere, that I’m putting myself forward as a candidate for president of the United States of America,” Paul said at a rally in Louisville.

Paul immediately hit the campaign trail for a four-day swing through New Hampshire, South Carolina, Iowa and Nevada — the states that traditionally vote first in the primaries and caucuses.

In his speech, he called for reforming Washington by pushing for term limits and a constitutional amendment to balance the budget. He argued that both parties are to blame for the rising debt, saying it doubled under a Republican administration and tripled under Obama.

“Government should be restrained and freedom should be maximized,” he said.

The line-up of speakers who introduced Paul sought to paint the senator as a nontraditional candidate with diverse appeal, and by the time he got on stage, he was the first white man to address the crowd.

The speakers included J.C. Watts, a former congressman who’s African-American; state Sen. Ralph Alvarado, who’s Hispanic; local pastor Jerry Stephenson, who’s African American and a former Democrat; and University of Kentucky student Lauren Bosler.

“He goes everywhere. It doesn’t matter what color you are. Rand Paul will be there,” Stephenson said, firing up the crowd.

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Rand Paul poised to launch presidential bid

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Apr 072015
 

For Rand Paul, it’s all led to this moment.

Since riding the tea party wave into the Senate in 2010, Paul has carefully built a brand of mainstream libertarianism — dogged advocacy of civil liberties combined with an anti-interventionist foreign policy and general support for family values — that he bets will create a coalition of younger voters and traditional Republicans to usher him into the White House.

The test of that theory begins Tuesday when the Kentucky senator is expected to make official what has been clear for years: He’s running for president.

The formal announcement will come at a rally in Louisville and he’ll immediately hit the campaign trail, swinging through New Hampshire, South Carolina, Iowa and Nevada — the states that traditionally vote first in the primaries and caucuses.

In a preview of his likely message, Paul’s political operation released a video saying that on Tuesday, “one leader will stand up to defeat the Washington machine and unleash the American dream.”

So far, Paul joins only Texas Sen. Ted Cruz as a declared candidate for the GOP presidential nomination. But the field is certain to grow in the months ahead with Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Scott Walker, Lindsey Graham and others eyeing a campaign. Marco Rubio, a Florida GOP senator, is expected to launch his campaign next week.

For now, the nomination is up for grabs with no clear front-runner. Paul came in third place at 12 percent in a CNN/ORC International Poll of Republicans. Bush led the pack at 16 percent while Walker came in second at 13 percent.

Ron vs. Rand Paul

Paul, the son of former Texas congressman and three-time presidential hopeful Ron Paul, will build on his father’s legacy as a candidate eager to bring civil liberties to the forefront of the national dialogue. He’s already used his perch on Capitol Hill to draw attention to those issues, including a 13-hour filibuster two years ago blasting the Obama administration’s drone policies and a lawsuit against the National Security Agency’s phone metadata collection effort.

But Paul, 52, will split from his father in one important way: his approach to the campaign. Where Ron Paul often focused on creating a libertarian movement, Rand Paul is planning a more strategic, less purist operation that could have a hope of competing in a general election.

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Rand Paul poised to launch presidential campaign

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Apr 072015
 

Since riding the tea party wave into the Senate in 2010, Paul has carefully built a brand of mainstream libertarianism — dogged advocacy of civil liberties combined with an anti-interventionist foreign policy and general support for family values — that he bets will create a coalition of younger voters and traditional Republicans to usher him into the White House.

The test of that theory begins Tuesday when the Kentucky senator is expected to make official what has been clear for years: He’s running for president.

The formal announcement will come at a rally in Louisville and he’ll immediately hit the campaign trail, swinging through New Hampshire, South Carolina, Iowa and Nevada — the states that traditionally vote first in the primaries and caucuses.

A poster from the Rand Paul for President campaign.

READ: Can Rand Paul escape his father’s shadow?

In a preview of his likely message, Paul’s political operation released a video saying that on Tuesday, “one leader will stand up to defeat the Washington machine and unleash the American dream.”

So far, Paul joins only Texas Sen. Ted Cruz as a declared candidate for the GOP presidential nomination. But the field is certain to grow in the months ahead with Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Scott Walker, Lindsey Graham and others eyeing a campaign. Marco Rubio, a Florida GOP senator, is expected to launch his campaign next week.

For now, the nomination is up for grabs with no clear front-runner. Paul came in third place at 12% in a CNN/ORC International Poll of Republicans. Bush led the pack at 16% while Walker came in second at 13%.

Paul, the son of former Texas congressman and three-time presidential hopeful Ron Paul, will build on his father’s legacy as a candidate eager to bring civil liberties to the forefront of the national dialogue. He’s already used his perch on Capitol Hill to draw attention to those issues, including a 13-hour filibuster two years ago blasting the Obama administration’s drone policies and a lawsuit against the National Security Agency’s phone metadata collection effort.

But Paul, 52, will split from his father in one important way: his approach to the campaign. Where Ron Paul often focused on creating a libertarian movement, Rand Paul is planning a more strategic, less purist operation that could have a hope of competing in a general election.

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'Duck Dynasty' star to win first amendment award

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Feb 182015
 

Tuesday, February 17, 2015 – 10:43am

“Duck Dynasty” Star Phil Robertson will receive Citizens United’s first amendment award at the Conservative Political Action Conference, known as CPAC, next weekend in Maryland.

The controversial television star who was suspended for controversial remarks in 2013 has become a hero to conservatives supporting freedom of speech.

“In a time where conservative Christians are under attack by the media and pop culture, Phil Robertson continues to courageously stand by Truth and his convictions,” said David N. Bossie, President of Citizens United in a release. “I can think of no better person to present the “Andrew Breitbart Defender of the First Amendment Award” to than Mr. Phil Robertson.”

The award is named after Breitbart, former editor of the eponymous site who passed away in 2012. Conservative Radio star Mark Levin received the award last year.

Robertson, a devout Christian, was briefly suspended from the show for remarks he made about homosexuality in GQ magazine.

“It seems like, to me, a vagina—as a man—would be more desirable than a man’s anus. That’s just me. I’m just thinking: There’s more there! She’s got more to offer,” he said. “I mean, come on, dudes! You know what I’m saying? But hey, sin: It’s not logical, my man. It’s just not logical.”

After public protest, A&E Networks lifted the ban and let Robertson continue filming the highly successful show based on their lives in Louisiana.

CNN also learned Citizens United’s next Freedom Summit will be held in South Carolina this spring. After the success of their Iowa Summit in January, which launched Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s current lead in some polls, the group is aiming to impact the first-in-the-South primary state as well.

The group came into the mainstream during the 2010 Supreme Court case, Citizens United vs. Federal Election Committee, which gave way to the creation of Super Pacs, groups that can take unlimited donations independent of a political candidate or party.

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Jordan Becomes House Freedom Caucus Chairman

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Feb 112015
 

By Matt Fuller Posted at 8:48 p.m. on Feb. 10

Jordan will head the new caucus of House conservatives. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

The House Freedom Caucus finally has a chairman, and it is, as expected, Jim Jordan.

Members of the HFC met late Tuesday in an unnumbered Cannon House Office Building conference room to vote on the chairman and bylaws, as well as to discuss issues currently before Congress.

Jordanwas nominated to be chairman by fellow founding member Mick Mulvaney of South Carolina, who is heading up a smaller group within the HFC to work on bylaws. In his nomination speech, Mulvaney noted that Jordan was a former Republican Study Committee chairman. But it wasnt as if Mulvaney had to make any real pitch; Jordan ran unopposed.

Already, Jordan was unofficially leading the caucus. Tuesdays unanimous vote just gives the Ohio Republican a more formal title and further cements the50-year-old lawmakers standing as a leading conservative voice in the House.

Earlier Tuesday, when CQ Roll Call asked Jordan if tonight was the night the HFC would select its chairman which was on its agenda Jordan cagily replied, You never know.

Mulvaney, who was walking alongside Jordan, jumped to his defense:Could be a chairwoman,Mulvaneytheorized.

Chairman or chairwoman questions aside, Jordan didnt seemconcerned about the vote.Were trying to actually impact policy and decisions, he said, mentioning that part of the agenda would also be discussions on Department of Homeland Security funding and the budget.

The HFC, which has cast itself as a more conservative version of the much larger RSC, already claims it forced GOP leaders to pull a border security measure from the floor last month. Since then, a number of Republicans have expressed frustration that the group could be more of a force for thwartingRepublican leadersattempts to governthan for imparting a conservative vision.

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Hambycast: Searching for freedom in Iowa

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Jan 312015
 

Standing before a conservative audience at the first annual Iowa Freedom Summit, in an auditorium usually reserved for the Des Moines ballet, the firebrand Senator from Texas distilled the state’s prized leadoff role in the presidential nominating process down to its essence.

“In a Republican primary, every candidate’s going to come in front of you and say I’m the most conservative candidate to ever live,” he said. “‘Gosh-darnit-who-diddly, I’m conservative!’ Well, talk is cheap.”

Cruz did his thing, stroking the id of Iowa’s right-leaning Republican electorate with a burst of conservative bromides, trying to prove that he’s more than just talk, a high bar for a lawyer-turned-senator best known for a 21-hour pseudo-filibuster just before the 2013 government shutdown. But judging by the waves of applause, it worked.

Depending on how elastic your definition of “candidate” is, there were anywhere between eight and 12 potential presidential contenders who came here to perform the same kind of conservative ego-stroking as Cruz. Familiar attacks against Obamacare and “amnesty for illegals” and Hillary Clinton erupted in speech after speech from a cast of characters that included celebrities like Donald Trump and Sarah Palin, and people actually running for president, like Chris Christie, Rick Perry and Rick Santorum.

Reality check: Jeb Bush’s conservative record

Like many of these political gatherings, the event was organized around a cascade of speeches from White House hopefuls we heard 10 hours of them! And as is the case with many of these political gatherings, there was no actual news to be had, just storylines that needed to be fed.

Where was Jeb Bush? Is Mike Huckabee really running or just selling books? Is Scott Walker the second coming of Tim Pawlenty? Is Chris Christie, who has styled himself as Mr. Electability, really this tight with Steve King, the polarizing immigration hardliner who hosted the event? What is Sarah Palin talking about? Can we get dinner reservations at Centro?

Romney gives GOP advices on minority outreach

These were questions the hundred or so journalists in attendance, shoehorned into a balcony space above the stage, answered with an avalanche of links, tweets and live shots. The Freedom Summit offered a feeding frenzy of quotes, color and interviews for the press.

But it was, first and foremost, a Republican pageant show. Reporters dubbed it the starting gun of the 2016 Republican presidential race. They were right. But it’s only the first of many similar events to come in 2015 in New Hampshire, in South Carolina, in Washington and elsewhere.

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Offshore Oil Drilling in the South Could Affect Jersey Shore Beaches – Video

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Jan 302015
 



Offshore Oil Drilling in the South Could Affect Jersey Shore Beaches
Oil drilling has been approved for 50 miles off the coast of Virginia, North and South Carolina and Georgia. Some worry if there is a spill, it could compromise the Jersey Shore. For more New…

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Dr. Steve Moysey Second Amendment Speech Part 2 of 2 – Video

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Jan 302015
 



Dr. Steve Moysey Second Amendment Speech Part 2 of 2
Dr. Steve Moysey, President of America Informed, speaks about the Second Amendment at the 2015 South Carolina Tea Party Convention. This is Part 2.

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Clawhammer Banjo in the Sea-Islands of South Carolina – Video

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Jan 292015
 



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SC lawmaker fighting to bring gun education to classrooms

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Jan 172015
 

A South Carolina lawmaker is fighting to bring Second Amendment education to classrooms. Representative Alan Clemmons proposed the bill to change the zero tolerance gun policy in schools across the state.

The bill proposes that three weeks out of a school year schools will teach students gun rights and gun safety. Representative Clemmons said students will benefit from this curriculum.

They can learn about sex, so why can’t they learn about guns? I think whenever it’s appropriate they learn about that, they should be able to learn about guns,” parent Iva Lands said.

Lands is on board with the Second Amendment Act of 2015.

If you teach a child how to use it properly, you’re not going to have the accidents. If you educate them, you’re going in the right direction,” she said.

Others said it’s not the school’s responsibility to educate students on guns, nor teach them how to use it.

Those that do grow up around guns, the parent should be responsible enough to teach them up until old enough to understand. I really like my child taught that in school,” parent Sandra Hodges said.

Rep. Clemmons said the purpose of the bill would allow students to express the second amendment at schools without fear of punishment.

If anything comes up in a school setting that has to do with firearms, then it’s a suspendable offense and criminal charges can ensue,” he said.

He believes if the state doesn’t educate students on their right to bear arms, and teach them how to practice the amendment safely, there will be repercussions.

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Bill to bring second amendment education to classrooms

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Jan 062015
 

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – A proposed bill is looking to change the zero-tolerance policy South Carolina schools have toward guns by requiring specific second amendment curriculum.

“The second amendment should be freely debated in schools and instead the second amendment is being squelched in our schools,” said Rep. Alan Clemmons, R – Horry County.

Rep. Clemmons said he first thought of the idea after hearing about the Summerville student who was punished for turning in a fictional story about shooting his neighbor’s dinosaur.

The Second Amendment Education Act of 2015 would give students the opportunity for reasonable expression of the second amendment at school without fear of punishment.

“If we let that go unchecked, the second amendment will cease being a freedom enjoyed under the United States Constitution,” Rep. Clemmons said.

Three weeks of a high school student’s coursework on the Constitution would be dedicated to learning about why the right to bear arms was included in the Bill of Rights.

The state superintendent of education would be responsible for developing the three-week high school curriculum using the National Rifle Association as a resource.

Clemmons is also proposing making December 15 “Second Amendment Awareness Day” for students at all grade levels. Students would be encouraged to submit essays and posters highlighting the second amendment to the General Assembly Sportsman’s Caucus to judge.

“At one point we just got so afraid of anything that had the word gun in it that we pulled it away from children, and I think it’s time that we get back into it and bring it back,” said Robert Battista, owner of 707 Gun Shop in Socastee.

However, some say what schools really need is more gun safety education rather than spending classroom time on solely the second amendment and its history.

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Liberty Property Expands in Greenville-Spartanburg Market – Analyst Blog

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Nov 282014
 

LibertyProperty Trust ( LPT ) is accelerating its industrial expansion plans in the Greenville-Spartanburg market – a large metropolitan area in upstate South Carolina. The investors responded positively, with an increase of 0.89% during the trading session on Nov 26, on this real estate investment trust’s (REITs) portfolio enhancement efforts.

In particular, Liberty Property disclosed the commencement of speculative development of the warehouse at 130 Caliber Ridge Drive in Caliber Ridge Industrial Parkin Greer. The property will span 156,000 square foot and is expected to be ready for occupancy in April 2015. Notably, this is the fourth development of Liberty property at Caliber Ridge Industrial Park.

Previous Expansion Moves

In the beginning of 2014, the company has stated its plans to build three properties at the park. Of these, 110 Caliber Ridge Drive building (spanning 156,000 square feet) was finished in February 2014. The other two buildings at 120 and 140 Caliber Ridge Drive (stretching 312,000 total square feet in total) are anticipated to be completed by 2014. The assets are 80% leased in aggregate.

Along with these developments, in Jan 2014, Liberty Property bought a warehouse facility at 25 Brookfield Oaks Drive in Mauldin, SC. The asset, spanning 90,000 square foot, is fully housed by three tenants and complements Liberty Property’s assets in the area.

Our View

Given the thriving industrial market of the Greenville-Spartanburg region, the abovementioned transaction bodes well for the company in the future. Post-development of this 130 Caliber Ridge Drive property, Liberty Property’s industrial portfolio in the Greenville-Spartanburg market will span to a total of 1.6 million square feet. The company’s properties seem to benefit from the rising demand for premium quality industrial space in the Greenville-Spartanburg region, with pre-leasing of its under-construction buildings.

Liberty Property currently carries a Zacks Rank #3 (Hold). Other better-ranked stocks in the REIT industry include Cousins Properties Incorporated ( CUZ ), Prologis, Inc. ( PLD ) and Duke Realty Corporation ( DRE ). All stocks have a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy).

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Top NSA spy is leaving position after conflict of interest accusations

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Oct 262014
 

FORT MEADE, Md., Oct. 25 (UPI) — Teresa Shea has been the director of signals intelligence, or SIGINT, at the National Security Agency since 2010, but she will no longer maintain that position. Reports of a possible conflict of interest arose recently, though the NSA claims that’s not the reason she will be leaving her job.

Buzzfeed’s Aram Roston has followed Shea’s career, and released several reports pointing to a complex web of associations with NSA contractors. An NSA spokesman reportedly confirmed to Buzzfeed Shea will be leaving her position at SIGINT.

SIGINT is a part of the NSA that intercepts communications, which includes the domestic surveillance program revealed by Edward Snowden. SIGINT is often involved in breaking very complicated encryptions to access private communications around the world.

DRS Signals Solutions is a company that provides products and services to the NSA, and Shea’s husband is its vice president. Her husband is also involved with a company — based out of their home — that has connections with SIGINT. Further, Roston found she owns an “electronics business,” as he puts it, that owns an airplane and a condominium in South Carolina and also runs out of her home, but he has not established exactly what that company does.

Roston reports Shea could stand to profit from her businesses based on her position at the top of SIGINT.

The NSA spokesman told Buzzfeed Shea leaving her position was “planned well before recent news articles,” and that she remains employed by the agency.

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People Against Obama and Illuminati NWO Pt 162 – Video

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Oct 162014
 



People Against Obama and Illuminati NWO Pt 162
California Drought, FUKISHIMA Wormwood, Radiation Leak in South Carolina, W VIRGINIA Water CONTAMINATION all Purposed by the ILLUMINATI to DE POPULATE THE ANTICHRIST has the …

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People Against Obama and Illuminati NWO Pt 134 – Video

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Oct 152014
 



People Against Obama and Illuminati NWO Pt 134
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Freedom Outreach – "Prison Ministry: Letter Writing" – Pastor Wanda Langley – Video

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Oct 062014
 



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Liberty Mountain immerses audience in Battle of Kings Mountain

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Oct 022014
 

KINGS MOUNTAIN When the curtain rises Saturday on the new historical drama Liberty Mountain, director Caleb Sigmon hopes audiences will feel like theyre in the middle of the real battle of Kings Mountain.

The play by former WBTV anchorman Robert Inman features a cast of 70, and some of them will spill in the aisles of the 300-seat Joy Performance Center, shouting battle cries and firing blanks from muskets.

I want this to be a unique experience unlike anything people have experienced in the theater before, said Sigmon, 21, of Boone. I want them to feel part of the show.

Sigmon, a graduate of the UNC School of the Arts in Winston-Salem, is a guest teacher there when hes not traveling the Southeast to work on theatrical productions.

He knew little about the legendary Revolutionary War battle on Oct. 7, 1780, until the Kings Mountain Little Theatre Inc. hired him to direct Liberty Mountain.

He and Inman researched the battle that Thomas Jefferson described as a turning point in the American Revolution. They also walked the trails at the Kings Mountain National Military Park. One of Inmans ancestors, Col. James Williams, a South Carolina militia leader, was killed in the battle.

Sigmon became immersed in Kings Mountain lore.

It was a learning experience, he said. Im the most excited about history than Ive ever been.

The city has a tradition of dramas about the Kings Mountain battle, which actually took place just across the state line in South Carolina. A Patriot force defeated loyalists commanded by British Maj. Patrick Ferguson, who was killed in the action.

In the late 1940s, the original play The Sword of Gideon was performed in the national park amphitheater. During the 1976 bicentennial celebration, dozens of local residents took part in a historical pageant held in the Kings Mountain High School stadium. Beginning in 1980, another original drama, Then Conquer We Must, played two summers at the national park amphitheater.

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Delethea Quarles Liberty Athletics Hall of Fame speech – Video

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Sep 302014
 



Delethea Quarles Liberty Athletics Hall of Fame speech
South Carolina Assistant Head Coach Delethea Quarles' induction speech for the Liberty Athletics Hall of Fame on Sept. 30, 2014.

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