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Time To Celebrate Freedom In Charlotte

With the conventions of both parties passing into history and with the candidates resuming their campaigns, this weekend presents the perfect opportunity for Charlotte area resident to celebrate our most cherished American value….freedom. Constitution Day Charlotte 2012, scheduled for this Saturday, September 15th in uptown, will be a celebration of the signing of the United [...]

September 11, 2012 | Posted in Mike Love | Read More »

A Perspective On Job Creation

With the Bureau of Labor Statistics(BLS) announcement that over 200,000 jobs were created in December,  the main stream media has taken to reporting the favorable opinions of administration officials and politicians that fell mostly into the “stay the course” and the “ we’re on the right track” type of comments.  Lacking from the reports was [...]

January 16, 2012 | Posted in Mike Love | Read More »

The Real Reason For The Chiquita Payola

You wouldn’t know it to listen to Michael Smith of Center City Partners or to Governor Beverly Perdue, while they were basking in the floodlights of just having bought, not brought, 400 jobs to Charlotte by spending  millions of  dollars, but the real reason we taxpayers are now on the hook for funding the job [...]

December 19, 2011 | Posted in Char-Meck Beat,City Beat,Mike Love | Read More »

The ObamAlinksy Playbook

It has been well documented that President Barack Obama is a student and advocate of the Saul Alinsky style of  radical socialism and organizing for change.  Aaron Klein, among others, in his “The Manchurian President” work, traced Mr. Obama’s tutelage in the Alinsky,  community organizing and “work from within for change,” methods under Alinskyites Gregory [...]

October 26, 2011 | Posted in Mike Love | Read More »

Tea Party Benefits Ms. Water’s Constituents

Much is being made of California Representative Maxine Water’s recent town hall speech in which she called out the “Tea Party” as the source of America’s problems and encouraged all party members to visit the infernal regions.  While many reacted to her comments in their own untactful manner, hurling racial or personal slurs, the correct [...]

August 29, 2011 | Posted in Mike Love | Read More »

The Tyranny of the 536

The current debate over raising the federal debt limit brings into focus the brokenness of our “Rule of Law”, the United States Constitution. Never in the original design of the document were 536 citizen legislators (One President, 100 Senators, and 435 Representatives) intended to have the power to pass laws that would put our country [...]

July 25, 2011 | Posted in Mike Love,National | Read More »

Racing Down The Tracks To Fiscal Ruin

It’s time to rally true conservatives and Tea Party members across the state to the cause; not of defeating some liberal politician, but of reminding our GOP leaders in the state Senate and House to the fact that they were elected last November to save America from financial ruin – the financial ruin caused by [...]

May 17, 2011 | Posted in Carolinas,House Guests,Mike Love | Read More »

Obama 2012: Will The Truth Get Out This Time?

President Obama, this week, began his 2012 reelection campaign in earnest with stops across the country to reinvigorate his base and to raise war chest funds for the months ahead.  In stops from Annandale, Virginia to San Francisco, California, the President tuned up the delivery and the message that served him so well in 2008.  [...]

April 25, 2011 | Posted in Mike Love | Read More »

Radical Islam: The Question We’re All Asking

With Representative King’s hearings completed in the House of Representatives on Islam’s ties to terrorism, and with the ousting of President Mubarek in Egypt and news that the Muslim Brotherhood, the oldest radical Muslim terrorist group in existence, is participating in designing the future government of Egypt, many Americans are again asking the question to [...]

April 4, 2011 | Posted in House Guests,Mike Love | Read More »

An Appropriate Role For The NAACP In Charlotte

Kojo Nantambu, the head of the Charlotte chapter of the NAACP, made local, regional, and national headlines recently with his claim that Charlotte is a bastion of racism.  Mr. Nantambu moved to have Charlotte punished by losing lucrative basketball tournament income from the CIAA and the NCAA.  Many Charlotte political leaders, while late to the [...]

January 24, 2011 | Posted in Mike Love | Read More »

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