Tyres Tatum

I’m running for President of the North Carolina Federation of Republican Men.
“I would greatly appreciate the votes from the membership of the NCFRM group”.
Top Ten Goals for NC Federation of Republican Men’s Group
Grow the NCFRM group to 1 to 2 groups per county, 100-150 affiliated clubs in NC.
Make the NCFRM a viable part of the Executive Committee of the NC GOP
Continue to aid in the election of good strong conservative Republicans candidates in each county and state elections.
Foster a common, one on one relationship with the NC General Assembly Republican members.
Develop a common working relationship with our Republican US Senators and US House of Representative Members.
Back and support the NC GOP platform.
Promote the outreach of the NCFRM, by the Executive committee members visiting every men’s group in NC, affiliated and non-affiliated.
Develop a working relationship with other fellow GOP organizations, i.e. NCFYR & NCFRW. 
Continue the efforts of statewide fundraisers.
Look at the potential idea of working toward the development of a National Federation of Republican men’s group.
I don’t have any endorsements,  nor did I seek any, I will rely on the delegates to decide the direction of the organization in 2021!

Our annual convention will be held on July 24th in Winston-Salem

I am pleased to announce that our annual convention will be held on July 24th in Winston-Salem. The actual location is:

Little Richard’s Smokehouse BBQ

336-999-8037

Registration will open at 10 am with the convention beginning at 11 am. Lunch will be at your own cost from Little Richard’s. We look forward to seeing you there.

At the last executive committee meeting and per section 3.01 (b), the committee approved the deadline to submit club rosters and dues as June 24th. The executive committee will meet again on June 30th to certify clubs based on their submissions by that date.

Submit payments to:

Dana Coulter

Concord, NC 28027

and send rosters and by-laws to NCFRMSecretary@gmail.com

For convention credentials, clubs are authorized one delegate for every 10 members and one alternate for every delegate authorized.

I ask that the Vice Presidents please pass this information to the clubs that are not currently in our database. When they submit their rosters, we will of course add them so they receive any future correspondence.

Thanks and see you July 24th,

Bob Pruett- President, NC Federation of Republican Men
http://ncfrm.nationbuilder.com/

The truth about an Article V Constitutional Convention

The article below explains why NC HJR 172 is a very BAD idea.  https://www.ncleg.gov/Sessions/2021/Bills/House/PDF/H172v2.pdf

“It is idiotic to assert that you can rein in a federal government which ignores the Constitution by amending the Constitution! – Publius Huldah.

Article V of the U.S. Constitution

The Congress, whenever two thirds of both houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose amendments to this Constitution, or, on the application of the legislatures of two thirds of the several states, shall call a convention for proposing amendments, which, in either case, shall be valid to all intents and purposes, as part of this Constitution, when ratified by the legislatures of three fourths of the several states, or by conventions in three fourths thereof, as the one or the other mode of ratification may be proposed by the Congress; provided that no amendment which may be made prior to the year one thousand eight hundred and eight shall in any manner affect the first and fourth clauses in the ninth section of the first article; and that no state, without its consent, shall be deprived of its equal suffrage in the Senate.

As anyone can read there are no rules, regulations, guide lines, etc. on how to run a Constitutional Convention. NO GUARANTEES. Anything can happen. Do any of you really want to take a chance of losing the Constitution as it now stands? The possible lost of the Bill of Rights? Again, there are NO GUARANTEES as to what we will get if, a Constitutional Convention is convened.

Fremont V Brown III

To learn more about an Article V see this video  https://youtu.be/dPRQLlkQf2A

And this webpage https://tarheelteaparty.org/?page_id=1186

NC’s Stealth Voting Machine Monopoly

[Update June 5, 2018–SB 486 passed a second and third reading in Monday night’s legislative session. No lawmakers offered to amend the portion of the law addressed in this article. ~ jd]

Jun 4, 2018 (Raleigh) — Tonight at the Legislature, North Carolina’s lower chamber will conduct a third vote on an election reform bill that’s full of surprises, but one quiet little $10 million nugget will effectively mandate a single source for our state’s election machines, forcing all 100 counties to buy the same brand of equipment at non-competitive prices.

Peeling back the bill’s hidden meaning.

While common sense says that companies selling election equipment should warranty their work, up to the cost of a new election. The bone of contention involves how big an election.

For decades, North Carolina has required competing companies to post a bond covering the cost of a “statewide” election, specifically $10 million. While that all seems fair at first blush, it’s a red herring designed to drive out all competition. The failure of a voting machine in any given county would never require a new statewide election. Such a failure usually results in a manual recount. At worst, it forces a new county-wide election.

Vendors [must post a] bond or letter of credit …in the amount determined by the State Board as sufficient for the cost of a new statewide election or in the amount of ten million dollars ($10,000,000),
whichever is greater.” (SECTION 3.6A. G.S. 163A-1115(a)(1))

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North Carolina Adds 85,000 Jobs Over Year

Raleigh, N.C. – Employment figures released by the state Department of Commerce this week show North Carolina added 85,879 jobs over the last year.

The number of people unemployed decreased by 20,263 over the year.

The employment growth data follows a positive revenue outlook released by the state legislature’s Fiscal Research Division in January showing tax collections on track and an economy in a stable growth pattern.

State House Speaker Tim Moore released a statement:

“The General Assembly kept a commitment to North Carolina families to put their needs first,” Moore said. “The result is sustained economic success and a state on solid financial footing.”

“It’s more good news that tens of thousands of new jobs opened across North Carolina over the last year. We will maintain our proven approach to building a state economy that benefits working people and businesses.”

The North Carolina General Assembly enacted historic tax relief this decade to save state taxpayers billions of dollars, encourage economic growth and spur job creation.

Since 2011 the General Assembly has levied a lower sales tax rate, income tax rate and corporate tax rate on North Carolina families and businesses, while raising the standard deduction for low-income earners.

NC SPIN Guest State Treasurer Dale Folwell Video

Most every man, woman and child in North Carolina is impacted directly or indirectly by the Office of
State Treasurer so on this special edition of NC SPIN we asked State Treasurer Dale Folwell to come report
to the people of our state and discuss some of the relevant issues impacting North Carolina.
Topics: Overview, Investments, State Health Plan, State Retirement System, and Other Duties and Responsibilities.