Tag Archives: Cherokee County

The County Sheriff – Keith Lovin

Guns in the hands of individual citizens represent the greatest single threat to tyrants . . .  And they know it.  Without the Second Amendment, the remainder of the Constitution is unenforceable, since the federal government’s primary interest is increasing its … Continue reading

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Cherokee County, NC Passes Resolutions for the 2nd Amendment and Firearm Privacy

Cherokee County, NC passed two resolutions on Monday, February 18, 2013 at their Board of Commissioners’ meeting. The PDF of the resolutions can be downloaded here. They now join with Beaufort, Lenoir, Pitt and Franklin Counties passing legislation to uphold … Continue reading

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Cherokee County Commissioners’ Public Hearing – Budgeting for Agenda 21

The above video was filmed in Murphy, North Carolina on June 18, 2012. This commissioners’ meeting was presented as a public forum to give input on the upcoming fiscal year’s county operating budget. Dr. Dan Eichenbaum gives a presentation on … Continue reading

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Mark Meadows on Agenda 21

Mark Meadows is in a runoff primary to be the Republican nominee for the US House of Representatives for the 11th district in November. He spoke at the June 18th Cherokee County Commissioners’ meeting concerning Agenda 21.

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Lorraine Meltz: Putting Up with Dr. Eichenbaum

The following video occurred after the Cherokee County Commissioners’ meeting on June 18, 2012. Lorraine Meltz explains to Mark Meadows how she had to put up with Mr. (not Dr.) Eichenbaum for 1-1/2 hours detailing why the county should not … Continue reading

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Cherokee County Commissioners’ Meeting – Thou Shalt Not Steal

The following videos are from the Cherokee County Commissioners’ meeting on February 20, 2012 in North Carolina. The issue being debated concerns a contract with an outside vendor to audit the business property  listings with the state in order to collect … Continue reading

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