Comedian Rodney Dangerfield’s famous line was he “got no respect.”
You’ve probably heard much discussion lately about the condition of South Carolina’s roads and bridges, and how to fund repairs and maintenance.
The issue of road funding – or, to put it slightly differently, the question of how South Carolina should fix its broken road system – is now a constant topic in politics and the media.
It’s tempting to say that Bobby Harrell’s criminal indictment on nine corruption counts demonstrates that our ethics law works just fine.
A conviction would mean, in much the same way as it did with Ken Ard and Mark Sanford and Robert Ford and Jake Knotts, that the law was violated, and the violator was punished.
One of the keys to quality government is the ability of citizens to see how decisions are made and how tax dollars are spent.
Timothy Jones’ murder of his five children earlier this month made international news and shocked parents around the world. If you haven’t heard, the Lexington County father killed his kids, ages 8, 7, 6, 2 and 1, then drove to Alabama to dump their bodies.
Q: My wife and I have a friend we met through the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. She has a 1-year-old child, and she recently asked us for some money. We don’t really approve of how she’s choosing to spend her money—she’s spending a lot of it on alcohol and cigarettes—but she does need financial help. What should we do?
Liberal Democrat Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee and conservative Republican Senator Ted Cruz. Newt Gingrich and Al Sharpton. What agenda could possibly unite these political odd couples?
In March of 2006 then-U.S. Senator Barack Obama offered an impassioned rebuke of runaway GOP deficit spending during a debate over the nation’s debt ceiling.
10413RL-4820224 SCDOT NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSDecember 10, 2013 Regular Highway Letting