When will it bother the GOP that they are using the destruction of a church building to score points?
If you live in County Commission districts 1 (Portland) , 2 (Westmoreland) , 3 (North Gallatin, Bethpage, and Castalian Springs), or 4 (Gallatin, Salem, Cottontown, and Union Elementary), go vote for your next county commissioner! Check your voter registration card or call the County Election office at 452-1456 if need to know where to vote. Don’t […]
The SCDP is invited to a reception in support of Congressional Candidate Ben Leming, Tuesday May 4th, 4:30 – 6:30pm, at the home of Ms. Dixie Taylor-Huff, 6025 U.S. Highway 231 S, Castalian Springs, TN 37031 (about 11 miles outside of Gallatin, at the intersection of Hwy 231 and Hwy 25.) Campaign contributions greatly appreciated […]
An Iowa Congressional candidate brings up an obvious thing to do if you think “illegals” aren’t human beings: “I think we should catch ’em, we should document ’em, make sure we know where they are and where they are going,” said Pat Bertroche, an Urbandale physician. “I actually support micro-chipping them. I can micro-chip my […]
I read that, while answering a question about the term “Islamic extremist”, the Honorable Diane Black said: “Failure to name the enemy as the enemy just shows this administration’s inexperience in foreign policy,” Black said. “We have got to have people who know how to handle a war. If we do not do that, we […]
In case you missed it late last week, The Gallatin News Examiner published Brett Carter’s candidacy announcement. Says Carter: We have a lot of problems today, and voters deserve someone who will work across party lines to solve the issues that matter most to the middle class. Read the whole thing here.
from the Murfreesboro Post Annapolis, MD – Despite being 700 miles away, Sarah Leming held a press conference for media and supporters in Tennessee’s 6th District today to explain why her husband Ben Leming wants to serve in the U.S. Congress. “Ben has served all his life and see’s this as an opportunity to continue […]
We’ve been told that there is no permitting process for the using the Hendersonville City Hall parking lot. So it would seem the TEA Party is having their party without the taxpayer’s permission. We’re all for civic gathering (we should all celebrate the Recovery taxcuts!), but it does raise some questions… Don’t you need a permit […]