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In "District finance committee recommends closing 2 schools, DeLaine and Mayewood," Sumter Item reporter Bruce Mills spells out the latest on the Sumter School District. Sumter School District Board of Trustees' finance committee recommended … more
The Charleston Post and Courier urges state lawmakers to "Put gas tax into high gear." It really is uncanny how South Carolina's elected leaders manage to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, year after year. It happened repeatedly with ethics … more
Tax advocate Nina Olson writes in The Wall Street Journal, "Complexity Is the Root of All Evil (at Least in the Tax Code)." As the national taxpayer advocate, I oversee an independent unit within the Internal Revenue Service that has helped more … more
The Charleston Post and Courier warns of a "Sanctuary state showdown looming." A constitutional brawl of antebellum proportions is brewing, and Southerners should be glad to be sitting this one out. A bloc of six Southern states, including … more
Last year about this time, South Carolina ETV did a great series titled, "From the Jazz Age to the Digital Age: Pulitzer Prize Winners in South Carolina celebrating Pulitzer novelist Julia Peterkin." It's available on YouTube if you missed it: … more
In The Charleston Post and Courier, Neil Robinson Jr., a Charleston attorney and chairman of the S.C. Education Oversight Committee, writes, "S.C. schools shouldn't settle for last place." It was hard not to get caught up in the recent March … more
The New York Times writes of the former South Carolina governor, "Once a Trump Critic, Nikki Haley Casts Herself as His Leading Diplomat." UNITED NATIONS - Before and after he became president, Donald J. Trump made it pretty clear that he didn't … more
This is part of an editorial that appeared in Wednesday's edition of The Charleston Post and Courier. Senate opponents of a gas tax increase to help pay for road and bridge improvements are once again threatening to undermine a bill to raise … more
In "Reach Across the Aisle, Mr. President," The Wall Street Journal's Peggy Noonan writes, "For health-care reform to succeed, it requires buy-in and compromise from both parties." All the emphasis seems to be on cutting. We will cut CPB, NPR, … more
In "The Republican ObamaCare Choke," The Wall Street Journal's Dan Henninger asks, "If they blow health-care reform, why would anyone vote Republican again?" Less than three months into full control of government and the chance to reshape the … more
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