There is one thing that every serious legal scholar, regardless of his or her opinion on abortion, can agree on: The 1973 Supreme Court ruling in Roe v. Wade is a goofy ad hoc abomination of a legal decision.
Every married couple understands the difference between hearing and listening.
You can hear your spouse express frustration or relay concerns, but if you aren’t listening and engaged with the topic at hand, the communication is going to be lacking.
South Carolina Republican U.S. Sen. Tim Scott is stepping up for retirement security for Americans.
The ranking member of the Senate Special Committee on Aging, Scott recently released a report titled “The American Dream in our Golden Years: Improving Retirement Security and Building Independence.”
As a special legislative panel considers a yet-to-be-revealed road funding proposal, the state Department of Transportation continues to plod along in fixing South Carolina’s bad roads and bridges while sitting on a massive reserve created with the 2017 gas-tax-hike law.
About a decade ago, a father said goodbye to his only daughter, a preschooler who loves her daddy very much. She was too young to understand that she would not see him again for six months.
He had been deployed by the U.S. military to the Middle East.
Once again, the state’s chief revenue forecasters have grossly overestimated the popularity of an income tax credit that legislators created with the 2017 gas-tax-hike law.
Last week, the S.C. Supreme Court suspended Oconee County probate judge Kenneth Johns for 18 months after he formally admitted – for the second time in five years – violating ethics rules for judges.
Long lines of voters generally won’t be a problem for this year’s off-year elections in South Carolina.
Already the state has an expansive system of early voting via absentee ballot, with the primary debate surrounding that process being the requirement for a mailed-in ballot to have a witness signature.
After four decades as barely a blip on the radar, inflation once again rears its ugly head.
The past year has illustrated how desperately communities across our state need a source for local, credible news. No source can be trusted to deliver such news more than the Palmetto State’s local newspapers.