Former SC Corrections Director Michael Moore was reviled by many, but our prisons would be far more dangerous today if not for the policies he adopted to prepare for the explosive growth of inmates stripped of all incentive to behave.
Gun supporters dismiss young people who are advocating gun control as liberal puppets, Tide-Pod eaters and now condom-snorters, in order to change the subject. This SC March for our Lives leader says his generation won’t back down.
As a teacher and a mother, I start each day wondering if this will be the day I get a call that something awful has happened at my son’s school or my daughter’s college campus — or they will get a call about a shooting at my school.
The class of 1968 was plunged into America’s year of tumult, with the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy and street riots and an unpopular war in Vietnam. 50 years later, we seem to b e moving in the wrong direction.
The Columbia Holocaust Education Commission has expanded its reach throughout South Carolina with the 24-panel ‘Holocaust Remembered’ exhibit and educational events with the exhibit. It refutes the ‘big lie’ that Adolph Hitler propagated.
Part of Santee Cooper’s job is economic development, but it has hurt job growth through its participation in the SC nuclear reactor debacle, helping SCE&G cover up the problems and overcharging the Mount Holly aluminum manufacturer.
Greenville attorney James Carpenter has filed more than 100 lawsuits against local and state agencies on behalf of clients who believe there has been a violation of state law. One of his first tools is the Freedom of Information Act.