After 54 years, and 7 million copies…

| April 15, 2011

54 years after it was written, and 7 million copies sold (half million last year alone), Atlas Shrugged, the movie, will premier tomorrow at over 300 theaters nationwide (The King’s Speech premiered at 4). Shrugged is ranked as the second most influential book (the Bible was first) in people’s lives in a survey by the […]

First in Freedom

| April 13, 2011

No other group of citizens can claim our heritage; it is our shoulders to which the current defense of liberty now falls

Message from Henry Rearden

| April 12, 2011

Exercise power over your own life, a new message from Henry Rearden.

Announcement from Bureau of Economic Planning

| April 11, 2011

An important announcement from the Director of the Bureau of Economic Planning and Development, Wesley Mouch.

NC & SC Theaters showing Shrugged

| April 6, 2011

Following are theaters in NC & SC showing Atlas Shrugged

And thus a new step…

| March 14, 2011

With the completion of this report, my responsibilities as your chairman will be fulfilled, as will my public service to this Grand Old Party.

The Shelby Dynasty today…

| January 22, 2011

The conservative tradition of the Shelby Dynasty continues

It Appears that Political Games may be Afoot

| January 13, 2011

Scheduled this week in Cleveland County was the first of a series of public discussions on a plan to save the taxpayers of the county 63% of the cost of each election, which can be as much as $100,000 in some years. In addition to the savings to the taxpayers, the plan would increase the […]

Is the GOP prepared to lead?

| August 22, 2009

Obama offered change, and we got it. But it was not the change America thought it to be. So what is it the people of the nation and the state searching for?

Change you can count on…

| August 5, 2009

I have always been against term limits; I have always believed that terms are limited to two years for Congressmen, and six years for Senators. The reality is that money is so influential that these limits are irrelevant.