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  • During the stage of production where machines are being made the copa hot melt adhesive web
    Because of the temperature, the glue has a texture that is very fluid after it has been applied, and this quality remains after it has dried. This is primarily the result of the selection of the material as well as the quantity of glue that was applied to KETAEBO when it was being assembled in order to hold the pieces together. The shorter the amount of time that KETAEBO takes for the glue to...
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  • SC CONSERVATIVES! HERE'S OUR CHANCE TO DRAIN THE SWAMP!

    NOTE: This is the ReOrg video for 2021. We are preparing a new video for 2023 which will add the success stories from 2021 ... and the "plan" for 2023!!!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eb6mNoMUvPc&t=47s
    SC CONSERVATIVES! HERE'S OUR CHANCE TO DRAIN THE SWAMP! NOTE: This is the ReOrg video for 2021. We are preparing a new video for 2023 which will add the success stories from 2021 ... and the "plan" for 2023!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eb6mNoMUvPc&t=47s
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  • DRAIN THE RINO SWAMP IN SOUTH CAROLINA!!! JOIN US!!!

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    DRAIN THE RINO SWAMP IN SOUTH CAROLINA!!! JOIN US!!! https://www.myscgop.com/
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  • SC CONSERVATIVES - AN IMPORTANT HEADS UP! - SCGOP REORG - What Does An Executive Committeeman Do In The SCGOP? - AN EXPLANATION OF THE "PROCESS".

    During the Republican reorganization process, that happens every two years in South Carolina political parties, 3 positions are elected: Chairman, Vice Chairman, & Executive Committeeman. Executive Committeeman is probably the least understood elected position within county Republican Party groups.

    This is an interview with a candidate for the Charleston County EC position, Dennis Browne, to discuss what the EC does, what he hopes to accomplish, should he win, and what he sees as some of the failures in SC party politics over the past few years. You definitely don't want to miss this one!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvuN5S1WLMg
    SC CONSERVATIVES - AN IMPORTANT HEADS UP! - SCGOP REORG - What Does An Executive Committeeman Do In The SCGOP? - AN EXPLANATION OF THE "PROCESS". During the Republican reorganization process, that happens every two years in South Carolina political parties, 3 positions are elected: Chairman, Vice Chairman, & Executive Committeeman. Executive Committeeman is probably the least understood elected position within county Republican Party groups. This is an interview with a candidate for the Charleston County EC position, Dennis Browne, to discuss what the EC does, what he hopes to accomplish, should he win, and what he sees as some of the failures in SC party politics over the past few years. You definitely don't want to miss this one! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvuN5S1WLMg
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  • SCPC Praises Bipartisan Support For Critical Education Reform

    The South Carolina Policy Council (SCPC) applauds the 28 state senators who voted this week for a bill to allow generous individuals and companies to provide thousands of South Carolina students with scholarships to attend private schools of their choice and pay for critical education resources, a plan that will not create additional burdens on state taxpayers or undermine traditional public education.

    The Academic Choice in Education (ACE) bill (S.285), which passed 28-9 on Wednesday, would provide privately funded scholarships to four student categories: 1) low-income students, 2) special-needs students, 3) homeschool students, and 4) a broad section of K-12 students. Those who donate to scholarship-granting organizations would receive tax credits, though the program would not be funded directly by taxpayers.

    S.285 (ACE) would realize major education achievements that include:

    Providing more school choice for South Carolina families

    Increasing educational opportunities for disadvantaged, special-needs and homeschool students, in addition to students more broadly

    Allowing education funding to follow students to schools of their choice and help pay for important education resources

    Recognizing the critical role parents have in shaping their children’s education futures

    The vote comes roughly a month after SCPC published a report detailing the benefits of two separate school choice measures, one of which the Senate passed in February. Passing both bills is critical to maximizing the scholarship opportunities available to students and ensuring we have a highly skilled and educated workforce to support our growing economy.

    SCPC recently detailed the need for reform when it comes to the state’s broken system of educating special-needs children. The bipartisan scholarship bill passed this week by the Senate would replace the current system and offer more opportunities for students in need.

    “We applaud the 28 state senators who said it is no longer acceptable for South Carolina to fail its most vulnerable students,” said Bryce Fiedler, senior policy analyst at the S.C. Policy Council. “In particular, we want to commend Senators Jackson and Malloy, who crossed party lines to vote for this measure. These two public servants, along with the other senators voting yes, have put students first and are refusing to support a failing status quo.”

    S.285 is now with the House, where it will need to advance through the committee process before reaching the floor. We will continue to monitor the bill’s progress and other school choice measures as they move forward.
    SCPC Praises Bipartisan Support For Critical Education Reform The South Carolina Policy Council (SCPC) applauds the 28 state senators who voted this week for a bill to allow generous individuals and companies to provide thousands of South Carolina students with scholarships to attend private schools of their choice and pay for critical education resources, a plan that will not create additional burdens on state taxpayers or undermine traditional public education. The Academic Choice in Education (ACE) bill (S.285), which passed 28-9 on Wednesday, would provide privately funded scholarships to four student categories: 1) low-income students, 2) special-needs students, 3) homeschool students, and 4) a broad section of K-12 students. Those who donate to scholarship-granting organizations would receive tax credits, though the program would not be funded directly by taxpayers. S.285 (ACE) would realize major education achievements that include: Providing more school choice for South Carolina families Increasing educational opportunities for disadvantaged, special-needs and homeschool students, in addition to students more broadly Allowing education funding to follow students to schools of their choice and help pay for important education resources Recognizing the critical role parents have in shaping their children’s education futures The vote comes roughly a month after SCPC published a report detailing the benefits of two separate school choice measures, one of which the Senate passed in February. Passing both bills is critical to maximizing the scholarship opportunities available to students and ensuring we have a highly skilled and educated workforce to support our growing economy. SCPC recently detailed the need for reform when it comes to the state’s broken system of educating special-needs children. The bipartisan scholarship bill passed this week by the Senate would replace the current system and offer more opportunities for students in need. “We applaud the 28 state senators who said it is no longer acceptable for South Carolina to fail its most vulnerable students,” said Bryce Fiedler, senior policy analyst at the S.C. Policy Council. “In particular, we want to commend Senators Jackson and Malloy, who crossed party lines to vote for this measure. These two public servants, along with the other senators voting yes, have put students first and are refusing to support a failing status quo.” S.285 is now with the House, where it will need to advance through the committee process before reaching the floor. We will continue to monitor the bill’s progress and other school choice measures as they move forward.
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  • South Carolina Carry wants to defend and expand gun rights in the state of South Carolina, but we can't do it without you. Sign up to volunteer, and we'll work with you to make the most out of your efforts to protect the Second Amendment.

    https://www.southcarolinacarry.org/volunteer/
    South Carolina Carry wants to defend and expand gun rights in the state of South Carolina, but we can't do it without you. Sign up to volunteer, and we'll work with you to make the most out of your efforts to protect the Second Amendment. https://www.southcarolinacarry.org/volunteer/
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  • Vision '24 National Conservative Convention Comes To Charleston, SC March 18th - Interview With Mitch Prosser Of Palmetto Family (Special Deal On Tickets!!)

    https://theovertonreport.substack.com/p/vision-24-national-conservative-convention
    Vision '24 National Conservative Convention Comes To Charleston, SC March 18th - Interview With Mitch Prosser Of Palmetto Family (Special Deal On Tickets!!) https://theovertonreport.substack.com/p/vision-24-national-conservative-convention
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    Vision '24 National Conservative Convention Comes To Charleston, SC March 18th
    Interview With Mitch Prosser Of Palmetto Family (Special Deal On Tickets!!)
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  • Do You Know Minecraft - Minecraft Guide to Exploration
    Minecraft is a popular sandbox video game that was created by Markus Persson and released by Mojang Studios in 2011. It is available on multiple platforms, including Windows, macOS, Linux, Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android. In Minecraft, players explore a vast 3D world made up of blocks of different materials, such as wood, stone, and dirt. They can gather resources, craft...
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  • NOW, LITTLE LINDSEY WANTS THE US TO SHOOT DOWN RUSSIAN AIRPLANES? REALLY??? THIS GUY IS TRULY INSANE!

    https://youtu.be/l65VfeLILTc
    NOW, LITTLE LINDSEY WANTS THE US TO SHOOT DOWN RUSSIAN AIRPLANES? REALLY??? THIS GUY IS TRULY INSANE! https://youtu.be/l65VfeLILTc
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