It’s obvious and now official: The United States economy is mired in a recession. Like a jetliner that has lost power, the productive forces that drive the nation have sputtered into a bone-jarring landing. Dusting themselves off, Americans can thank President Biden and his fellow Democrats for fueling a flight toward misfortune.
Want to start restoring confidence in the South Carolina system of justice? Disregard both banks of lawyers in the murder case against Alex Murdaugh and demand that the business of the court remain public, not gagged.
People across South Carolina have much to celebrate with the Palmetto State’s successful primary election, the first conducted after Republicans and Democrats came together to pass comprehensive voting reform that has expanded the opportunity to cast a ballot, while making that ballot more secure.
It’s not uncommon in many situations to hear people ask: “How can I help?”
In the case of children in the family court system because of abuse and neglect, there is a definitive way. Become a “voice” for these children by volunteering as a guardian ad litem.
Every summer we look forward to July fourth because it’s filled with fun things to do, like barbecuing, picnics, games, family gatherings, camping, and fireworks.
It didn’t take the release of Supreme Court’s long-awaited abortion law re-do for outbursts of emotion to sweep across the United States: Abortion itself has been maddening the nation for decades.
Just days before a legislative conference committee approved a compromise tax-cut bill, South Carolinians expressed strong support for tax relief in a poll released by the South Carolina Policy Council.
Inflation and gas prices are among the most pressing concerns for South Carolina voters, according to a new poll from the South Carolina Policy Council. Voters also feel positive towards legislative reform efforts focused on taxes, education, elections and transparency.
For a president whose chief of staff reportedly begins each morning by checking the average price of gasoline , Joe Biden’s administration is awfully dismissive of warning signs that the nation’s electrical grid can’t handle the summer heat.
Memorial means to “remember” and every year on the last Monday in May, we honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice with their lives in the line of active military service while protecting and defending the country they loved.