What's Happening NOW: "The Meeting After the Meeting" - December 11, 2020 | Beaufort County Now | BCN's "What's Happening NOW" is thrilled, once again, to meet with Beaufort County Commissioner Hood Richardson and discuss, with BCN publisher and County Commissioner Stan Deatherage, the business of Beaufort County's government.

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BCN's "What's Happening NOW" is thrilled, once again, to meet with Beaufort County Commissioner Hood Richardson and discuss, with BCN publisher and County Commissioner Stan Deatherage, the business of Beaufort County's government: Above.    Click image to expand



Beaufort County Commissioner Hood Richardson explains it all in real terms, while mixing it up with friendly BCN Publisher Stan Deatherage: Below.



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( December 19th, 2020 @ 10:21 am )
 
Thanks William. Mr. Deatherage, translated as Stan, would be very interested in interviewing, by discussion, young conservatives.

In fact, once this pandemic abates, I would like to do a show with as many as three to four young Republicans and discuss the future of Conservative politics and governing.

When I became a Republican in 1991 or 1992, I left the Democrat party with a mission, recognizing that outside of Mitchell Norton - Beaufort County DA, I had not voted for a Democrat for years, and wanted to get more Republicans elected in Beaufort County.

Now, I am not so much interested in getting Republicans elected, I am moreover interested in getting Conservatives elected and forever changing the Republican party to a more serious instrument of doing some real good for our Republic.
( December 19th, 2020 @ 9:13 am )
 
I love this platform as it sets the stage perfectly. Has Mr. Deatherage considered interviewing some of the younger "Heavy Metal" Conservative Republicans as well?

I know of one who would definitely unload and take the conversation to another level! This is the future of the GOP.



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