Videos NC TEA PAC conference January 19


Here are the links to the video clips from last Saturday’s TEAPAC Conference in Greensboro for those who could not attend:

Candidate Forum

Part 1
http://youtu.be/bPUDFVU0SaA

To wrap up the conference, a forum was conducted to discuss how the grassroots groups can impact the leadership and direction of the NC GOP to better promote their conservative values. Both Jack Brosch and “Major Dave” responded to questions from the floor regarding their views and interests in serving in a key leadership role within the Party, and how they would act to improve relationships among and between the grassroots groups and the Party.

Part 2
http://youtu.be/Ap_LCy1MzCs

TEAPAC attendees continued posing questions about future party leadership and the relationship between the GOP and grassroots organizations.  (Click for more videos.)

Part 3
http://youtu.be/8ZWfos3IlWk
TEAPAC attendees continued posing questions about future party leadership and the relationship between the GOP and grassroots organizations.

Part 4
http://youtu.be/4wyqOoZ7m6M

TEAPAC attendees continued posing questions about future party leadership and the relationship between the GOP and grassroots organizations.

Part 5
http://youtu.be/0IEqTzkSE9U

TEAPAC attendees continued posing questions about future party leadership and the relationship between the GOP and grassroots organizations.

Tyler Younts and Bill Flynn explain the history behind our State and Federal Constitutions

Part 1
http://youtu.be/4ciyaKJImS8

In Part 1, Tyler Younts, a staff attorney at the NC Institute for Constitutional law (www.ncicl.org) provides an overview of the history of our constitutions and the evolution of the interpretation of them by our Courts and the People.

Part 2
http://youtu.be/_MZSXmdASto

In Part 2, attorney Tyler Younts continues his presentation on the evolution of our State Constitution since colonial times, and the impact those changes have had on the role and scope of government in North Carolina.

Part 3
http://youtu.be/OAB6dDyhMdw

In Part 3, attorney Tyler Younts continues his presentation on the evolution of our State Constitution since colonial times, and the impact those changes have had on the role and scope of government in North Carolina.

Part 4
http://youtu.be/RdLCl20TU20
In Part 4, local talk radio host Bill Flynn explores our history as it reveals the religious beliefs of our Founding Fathers and the impact they had on our founding documents. You can listen to Bill weekdays on AM980 The Eagle in the NC Triad area or online at www.eagle980.com mornings from 7 – 10am.

Part 5
http://youtu.be/fFJZmrmeOjU
In Part 5, Bill Flynn continues his presentation of our founding documents and the religious basis behind them.

Guy Smith presents the NC GOP Plan of Organization

Part 1
http://youtu.be/hC62F4e9IQw

In Part 1, Guy Smith from the 9-12 Project explains the purpose of the Plan of Organization, how it is developed and approved, and explains how everything the Party does begins at the precinct level.
Part 2
http://youtu.be/-IEb3GsQF-E

In Part 2, Guy Smith from the 9-12 Project explains how the District operates under the Plan of Organization, how their convention is conducted, the role they play in recruiting candidates for office, and their oversight of county GOP organizations.

Part 3
http://youtu.be/tJIJUHq6SVM
In Part 3, Guy Smith from the 9-12 Project explains how the state convention operates, what delegates and party officials do, and how registered party members can become delegates to the convention.

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