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Nikki Haley

Tim Scott to Replace Jim DeMint

December 17, 2012

South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley named conservative Congressman Tim Scott to replace the departing Jim DeMint in the Senate.  For those keeping track, Scott will be the seventh black senator in the history of the Senate and from South Carolina of all places!  Goes to show you how far things have come, if you care [...]

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RNC Speeches Day 1: Ann and Christie Have Arrived

August 29, 2012

After yesterday afternoon’s debacle on the RNC floor, I was feeling much less enthusiastic going into last night’s prime time RNC speeches.  I started watching around 7:30pm EDT only to see Reince Priebus, Establishment tool, trying to excite the crowd.  It wasn’t working beyond the token uttering of “Mitt Romney” which consistently elicited obligatory applause [...]

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Outgoing Union Leader Bashes Haley Effigy

May 23, 2012

Another proud moment for the AFL-CIO in South Carolina — if you can’t beat ‘em, bash ‘em: I’m sure this was fun (or at least “union” fun) for the few people who were there, but it doesn’t do much to elevate the debate.  Just because Governor Haley plays “political hardball,” it doesn’t imply you bring [...]

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Romney Wins Endorsements; Primary Voters Yawn

December 19, 2011

Mitt Romney has been on a roll picking up endorsements in the last couple of days.  Friday, Romney was endorsed by South Carolina Governor and Tea Party favorite, Nikki Haley  Yesterday, The Des Moines Register lined up behind the Massachusetts Governor while today brings news that 1996 GOP nominee Bob Dole is joining the party [...]

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Nikki Haley Calls for Abolition of NLRB

September 1, 2011

South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley gave the nation something to think about today when she called for the abolition of the National Labor Relations Board. As you may recall, the NLRB caused a controversy when it blocked Boeing from building a plant in the Palmetto State because of its right to work laws.  As Governor [...]

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