For years, the “Quinndom” – the Columbia-based Richard Quinn & Associates political consulting firm, headed by Richard Quinn – has been an institution in S.C. politics. Recently, however, Quinn’s network of influence got an unexpected boost, when
U.S. Congressman Ralph Norman defended taking out a gun at a meeting with constituents last week. Norman said he didn't break any laws. Officials from the S.C. Democratic Party said they have asked the state law enforcement division to investigate.
Video released by the State Law Enforcement Division shows 5th Circuit Solicitor Dan Johnson filming his 2011 encounter with his ex-wife, Kana Rahman Johnson, and an FBI agent in a restaurant parking lot.
A group of Rockledge High School students from Florida gathered outside the school grounds to show support for gun rights and Second Amendment in response to Fla. governor Rick Scott signing gun legislation bills in response to the Parkland shooting.