Editorial
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One of the burning issues of the day is media bias. Is there media bias? Is the pope a Catholic? Was Bill Clinton lying when we saw his lips moving? But first, let's define "media." For the purposes of this column, I am referring to the … more
When our first child was born, we basically invested in hand sanitizer. As new parents, my husband and I constantly slathered the stuff on our hands to be sure to not pass on our germs to our little one. Jacob, now 5 years old, eats boogers … more
Think of this as a manifesto for the future involving your local community newspaper. Not all communities have dependable, trusted local media these days, and that's a dangerous problem across the country. Too many people and communities are … more
Monday is Memorial Day and I’m using this space to recognize and honor one of my cousins who served with distinction in the U.S. Navy as a pilot for 11 years. I had a lot of cousins who served … more
While visiting Murrells Inlet and the Grand Strand this week I ran across an article in the Myrtle Beach Herald about a legendary establishment I frequented in my younger days: The Bowery. It's a honky tonk, one of the very finest in Myrtle … more
What has become baffling to most South Carolinians is why the state Senate along with the governor won't get off their collective rear ends and do something about the deplorable condition of our state's roads. Our friends at The Charleston Post and … more
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