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September Luncheon Speaker — Loren Spivack — 9-24-2014

CMRW’s September meeting will feature “Free Market Warrior” Loren Spivack. Mr. Spivack is a popular author, political activist and highly sought after speaker on economics and small government.
Mr. Spivack was expelled from Concord Mills […]

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Obama Talks Up Jobs Numbers

Myths and Realities If you take 500 apple pies and cut them in half, you end up with 1000 pieces of pie. Can you now say that you have more pie? Obviously not. How […]

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August Luncheon Speaker — Come Hear Your Congressman, Robert Pittenger

The man who would be king

By Robert Pittenger

As President Barack Obama once again announced his intention to bypass Congress and govern through executive order — this time with Monday’s announcement on immigration – history will ask, is […]

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Obama “Deeply Disappointed”

The US Supreme Court today limited a president’s power to make recess appointments when the White House and the Senate are controlled by opposite parties, scaling back a presidential authority as old as the […]

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