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Remembering Pug Ravenel And What Could Have Been

April 4, 2017

The recent death of Charlestonian Pug Ravenel has friends fondly remembering the good he did, but lamenting what could have been.

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Statehouse’s Culture Of Coziness Doesn’t Automatically Mean Corruption

An ongoing ethics investigation at the Statehouse has elected officials twitchy, looking over their shoulders in attempts to figure out what’s...Read More



Sanford Takes Lead On Healthcare

 

The Affordable Care Act (ACA), commonly known as Obamacare, was passed in March 2010 without a single Republican vote in the...Read More



State Continues to Underfund Public Education

There’s a bunch of money in the proposed House version of the state budget for education, but it’s still not what the law requires.

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Indivisible Charleston Manipulates Town Halls

Addressing a crowd of vocal members of the left-leaning group Indivisible Charleston, Sen. Tim Scott conducted a Town Hall meeting in the...Read More



South Carolina Needs To Stop Shooting Itself In The Foot

There’s some high-fiving going on in Columbia as state lawmakers are pushing through measures to raise the gas tax and fix the state employees’...Read More



Indivisible Charleston Manipulates Town Halls

Addressing a crowd of vocal members of the left-leaning group Indivisible Charleston, Sen. Tim Scott conducted a Town Hall meeting in the...Read More