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If you support our national security issues, you may love and appreciate the United States of America, our Constitution with its’ freedoms, and our American flag.

If you support and practice our fiscal issues, you may value worldly possessions.

If you support and value our social issues, you may love Judeo-Christian values.

If you support and practice all these values, that is all good; an insignia of “Wisdom” . - Oscar Y. Harward

Thursday, March 31, 2016

America the beautiful; What Would Jesus Do (WWJD)

By Oscar Y. Harward

What is happening in the USA?  Is America becoming a nation whereas an overwhelming majority of citizens covet money more than the yearn for God’s guidance as instructed in our Holy Bible?

“For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.” 1 Timothy 6:10 (KJV)

Georgia’s Republican Gov. Nathan Deal ‘vetoed’ legislation that would support God’s Word; Deal saying economics (money) was justifiable for his veto.

The issue at hand?  Males and females must use separate bathrooms for protecting our children.

LGBT based organizations are pressuring businesses to discontinue spending money, and governments to ‘oppose’ legislation(s) in all states; in LGBT’s effort to compel these sick and immoral communities to use economics (money) as the basis to disguise their wicked issue.  LGBT is rejecting God’s law, as described in the Holy Bible.

Without leadership, Pastors, Priests, Vicars, etc. will be forced to cease teaching Christians Biblical Instructions.

Our Holy Bible rejects LGBT based government legislations: Leviticus 18:22 (KJV); Leviticus 20:13, and Romans 1:26-27.  Federalist Papers freedoms and values are expressed in ‘creating’ our US Constitution.

Our Founding Fathers’ Judeo-Christian values’ writings are expressed in the Declaration of Independence and our Constitution.

Americans must return to Biblical principles.  Scriptural teachings create ‘peace of mind’.  

Americans must restore Judeo-Christian values.  Constitutional freedoms and values will be restored.  WWJD?  Watch it!

Saturday, March 26, 2016

Republican Party money funds many Capitol Hill legislators who vote more with Democrats

By Oscar Y. Harward 

Republican Party money is dispersed to Republican Party candidates who often vote more with the Democrat Party on divisive issues than for voting with our own Republican Party.

Here are some reasons as to why our Washington based Republican Party is ‘screwed up’.

This nominee, Judge Garland, if approved, has essentially indicated he would vote to declare our 2nd Amendment as ‘Unconstitutional’.

Now we have several GOP Senators who are willing to ‘cross the aisle’ and meet with President Obama’s SCOTUS nominee, Judge Garland.  While some of these will again, stumble into the dirty pond, just agreeing to meet with another of President Obama’s SCOTUS nominee is a political failure on their part.

These GOP Senators who are willing to meet with Judge Garland are: Senate Judiciary Chair Chuck Grassley, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL), Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ), Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME), Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK), Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH), Sen. Thad Cochran (R-MS), Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), and Sen. James Lankford (R-OK) http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/republicans-scotus-nom-flake-inhofe-kirk-ayotte.

At the same time, the Republican National Committee (RNC) and its other GOP based Political Action Committees (PAC) will provide additional Republican Party monies as given by mostly Republicans to these ‘RINO’ Senators who will vote against our Republican Party’s Platform and against our US Constitutional 2nd Amendment.

Friday, March 25, 2016

Will Americans finally see Donald Trump as a wicked ‘bully’?

Donald Trump’s, attempt to slander 2016 Republican Party candidate, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) may be Trump’s effort and attempt to sidetrack his own issue of his own wife’s naked photo as posed by GQ. http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/article/donald-trump-melania-trump-knauss-first-lady-erections

Americans are learning, in my opinion, that Donald Trump, rather than acting Presidential, is acting more like a street gang ‘bully’ in his efforts to maintain any and all of his support.  Donald Trump is attempting to switch his own problem of addressing the naked photos of his own wife and being a Presidential candidate.

Donald Trump may believe he may mix the muddy water with other falsified issued on others; even if the opponents campaign information is all false.

Donald Trump, why do you contimnue to degrade any and all who challenge you on any issue or oppose yours own words?

Donald Trump, where are your tax records? The IRS does not oppose you to open your tax records.

“Donald Trump says he isn't releasing his tax returns yet because they are being audited, though the Internal Revenue Service says that's no barrier to disclosure.

In a statement Friday, the IRS said that federal privacy rules prohibit the agency from discussing individual tax matters, but “nothing prevents individuals from sharing their own tax information.”” http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/02/26/donald-trump-internal-revenue-service-audits/80996086/ 

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Can Americans support social, fiscal, and national security issues; then support Donald Trump

It is unfortunate as to how a ‘cheat’ may have the ability to deceive ‘law-abiding and trusting’ Americans just by using his untruthful mouth, and his financial resources to outlast his opponents using lawsuits, expensive lawyers, and continuations in judicial appeals.

I am tired of hearing 2016 GOP candidate Donald Trump use disparaging words to condemn each individual who examines Donald Trump’s political issues and policies, who question Trump’s support of his massive financial support of some 40 years; including recent candidates who support abortion, gun control, amnesty, etc.  Yet, Trump tells American voters he is a Conservative.

As the 2016 Republican Party nomination approaches, if Trump is nominated by the GOP, and if Trump wins the Presidency, I believe a majority of Americans will learn how they were misled into supporting a true ‘con’ as most listened and believed to the promises in his words as they surged from the mouth of Trump.

Americans will also discover that a President Trump will be the big personal ‘greed’ winner by greatly enlarging his own personal wealth; and the losers will be the Americans taxpayers.

Oscar Y. Harward

Monday, March 7, 2016

Matt Daly for NC Senate District 35

On July 4, 2002, I suffered a stroke. Upon awakening, I did not even know my own son.  My Neurosurgeon told me my brain was damaged and I would never work again.

A year or so later, I discontinued paying my NC Heating and Air Conditioning state license.

As a Union County, NC commercial and industrial Heating and A/C contractor, now Sen. Tommy Tucker, as a vendor, called on me to sell me HVAC equipment.  Knowing Mr. Tucker, I told him I could purchase equal of higher equipment at lower prices.

Some 12 years after my stroke and with God’s help and hard work, my health had improved.  I decided to return to the HVAC business as a licensee for another company so as to expand their business and create more jobs in our community; as I also needed the income.

In doing so, and inasmuch as a licensee for years, I had no blemishes on my record with the NC State Board, I submitted a plan to Sen. Tommy Tucker asking him to submit a simple change in legislation to the General Assembly so as I could recover my HVAC License without being forced to start over, just as most other professionals are allowed to do so.

Mr. Tucker called me to tell me the State Board laws had been in place for a number of years and he would not introduce any changes.  Over the years, Sen. Tucker has supported many, many changes within this State Board’s laws.  See a simple example for legislative changes in the 2013 Session and my 2014 legislative proposal: http://conservativechristianvoice.blogspot.com/search?q=Several+changes+in+the+NC+State+Board+by+NC+General+Assembly+in+one+session+of+the+2013+Session.

Senator Tucker went on to tell me he had checked my record and found that I had an ‘impeccable’ record with the NC State Board.  If Tucker had already made his decision, why did he check my record with the State Board?

With this grind, and after I have researched and endorsed GOP candidate Matt Daly for NC Senate District 35 from Waxhaw, NC, I am asking voters to consider your support for a young conservative Republican candidate, Matthew Daly for NC Senate District 35.

Matt Daly is a dedicated Pro-Life candidate, supporter of the 2nd Amendment, and strongly opposes amnesty for ‘illegal’ immigrants http://www.dalyforncsenate.com/.

Oscar Y. Harward

Sunday, March 6, 2016

Several changes in the NC State Board by NC General Assembly in one session of the 2013 Session.

Legislators are elected members to the General Assembly to make basic or other necessary changes in the law in helping people.  Changes to the law are continuously being made during each session of the General Assembly.
Here are some legislative changes in the last Session of the 2013 General Assembly; Article 2 and Article 4. 

Article 2.  -  Plumbing and Heating Contractors.

 § 87-21. (k)  Definitions; contractors licensed by Board; examination; posting license, etc.  (2013-332, s. 1.)

§ 87-22.2. (d) Licensing of nonresidents.  (2013-157, s. 21.)


§ 87-25.1.  Board may seek injunctive relief. (2013-332, s. 2.)


Article 4  -  Electrical Constructors


HVAC Changes in NC General Assembly:


§ 87-21. (k)   Definitions; contractors licensed by Board; examination; posting license, etc. 2013-332, s. 1


§ 87-22.2. (d)  Licensing of nonresidents. (2013-157, s. 21.)


§ 87-25.1.  Board may seek injunctive relief. (2013-332, s. 2.)


§ 87-43.1.  Exceptions.  (2013-58, s. 1; 2014-120, s. 42(a).)


§ 87-44.2. (d)  Licensing of nonresidents. (2013-157, s. 22.)

License fee; expiration and renewal; reinstatement.  

§ 87-22.  License fee; expiration and renewal; reinstatement. 

All persons, firms, or corporations engaged in the business of either plumbing or heating contracting, or both, shall pay an annual license fee not to exceed one hundred fifty dollars ($150.00). The annual fee for a piping or restricted classification license shall not exceed that for a plumbing or heating license. All persons, firms, or corporations engaged in the business of fire sprinkler contracting shall pay an initial application fee not to exceed seventy-five dollars ($75.00) and an annual license fee not to exceed three hundred dollars ($300.00). In the event the Board refuses to license an applicant, the license fee deposited shall be returned by the Board to the applicant. All licenses shall expire on the last day of December in each year following their issuance or renewal. Persons who obtain a license by passing an examination on or after October 1 of any year may receive a license for the remainder of the year by paying one-half of the usual license fee for that classification of license. It shall be the duty of the secretary and treasurer to send by United States mail or e-mail to every licensee registered with the Board, notice to the licensee's last known address reflected on the records of the Board of the amount of fee required for renewal of license, the notice to be mailed at least one month in advance of the expiration of the license. The Board may require payment of all unpaid annual fees before reissuing a license. In the event of failure on the part of any person, firm or corporation to renew the license certificate annually and pay the required fee during the month of January in each year, the Board shall increase the license fee by twenty-five dollars ($25.00) to cover any additional expense associated with late renewal. The Board shall require reexamination upon failure of a licensee to renew license within three years after expiration. The Board may adopt regulations requiring attendance at programs of continuing education as a condition of license renewal. A licensee employed full time as a local government plumbing, heating, or mechanical inspector and holding qualifications from the Code Officials Qualifications Board may renew the license at a fee not to exceed twenty-five dollars ($25.00). 

(Addition) (Insert) Exception: When and after a former piping, restricted classification license for a plumbing or heating license, and/or a fire sprinkler contracting licensee who held a previously Board issued license in good standing for ten or more years, and when a former Board issued licensee has become disabled and this disability has continued for three or more years, and the former licensee’s license were terminated by the Board due to the licensee’s failure to pay annual renewal fees and/or failure to attend continued education, if required, the former licensee shall be permitted for reinstatement of his/her Board issued license to a current status as provided in § 87-22, and as hereinafter defined.

The applicant licensee for reinstatement shall have had no Revocation or suspension of license for cause by the Board as referenced under § 87-23 within the entire term of his/her former license.

The applicant licensee requesting for reinstatement shall provide proof to the Board that the individual licensee was granted by the Board the identified license as the applicant currently now requests.  Proof is provided to the Board as the licensee shall present the Board issued license, an exact photocopy of the license, or the equivalent.  The Board shall verify the licensee’s records of his/her license for the necessary years of certification.

The Board shall reinstate a current license to an applicant licensee of the earlier recovery from the former licensee’s prior disability upon the aspirant petitioner’s license request providing and satisfying the Board proof of disability for a period of three years or more, the proof of license as described, and for the applicant licensee to complete a Board provided form of reinstatement that shall include the date(s) while describing relevant information relating to applicant’s disability.  The Board submitted form must be completed and signed by the applicant licensee and the patients’s Physician(s), and/or with medical records, if required by the Board and/or submitted to the Board with an authorization for the Physician and/or other medical records to release additional information as proof of disability to the Board.  Additionally, the applicant licensee must complete a minimum of twenty four (24) hours or the equivalent of Board approved continued education, pay a total sum equal to two years of current annual license fee costs not to exceed one hundred fifty dollars ($150.00) each; one year for the current year license and one year cost as a fee for the renewal.  (1931, c. 52, s. 7; 1939, c. 224, s. 4; 1971, c. 768, s. 5; 1979, c. 834, s. 8; 1981, c. 332, s. 2; 1989, c. 623, s. 2; 1989 (Reg. Sess., 1990), c. 842, s. 4; 1997-382, s. 2; 2001-270, s. 3; 2005-131, s. 2.)

§ 87-23.  Revocation or suspension of license for cause.

(a)        The Board shall have power to revoke or suspend the license of or order the reprimand or probation of any plumbing, heating, or fire sprinkler contractor, or any combination thereof, who is guilty of any fraud or deceit in obtaining or renewing a license, or who fails to comply with any provision or requirement of this Article, or the rules adopted by the Board, or for gross negligence, incompetency, or misconduct, in the practice of or in carrying on the business of a plumbing, heating, or fire sprinkler contractor, or any combination thereof, as defined in this Article. Any person may prefer charges of such fraud, deceit, gross negligence, incompetency, misconduct, or failure to comply with any provision or requirement of this Article, or the rules of the Board, against any plumbing, heating, or fire sprinkler contractor, or any combination thereof, who is licensed under the provisions of this Article. All of the charges shall be in writing and investigated by the Board. Any proceedings on the charges shall be carried out by the Board in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 150B of the General Statutes.

(b)        The Board shall adopt and publish guidelines, consistent with the provisions of this Chapter, governing the suspension and revocation of licenses.

(c)        The Board shall establish and maintain a system whereby detailed records are kept regarding complaints against each licensee. (1931, c. 52, s. 8; 1939, c. 224, s. 5; 1953, c. 1041, s. 5; 1973, c. 1331, s. 3; 1979, c. 834, s. 9; 1987, c. 827, s. 1; 1989 (Reg. Sess., 1990), c. 842, s. 5; 1997-382, s. 3.)