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The Charleston Post and Courier reports, "1 million people expected to visit South Carolina for the Aug. 21 solar eclipse. Here's what's going on around the state." Events are planned or in the planning stages in most municipalities along the … more
George Yancy, a professor of philosophy at Emory University, asks, "Is Your God Dead?" His commentary appeared in The New York Times. I don't mean the God of the philosophers or the scholars, but, as Blaise Pascal said, the "God of Abraham, God … more
In The Sumter Item, reporter Caitlan Walzer reports that the "P-15's 'Foul Ball' Shirley still calling 'em as she sees 'em." P-15's baseball games are underway, and that means with every foul ball hit, the well-known chant of "Foul Ball Lady" … more
In "Big Pharma gives your doctor gifts. Then your doctor gives you Big Pharma's drugs," Dr. Nicole Van Groningen writes in The Washington Post: The last time you left your doctor's office with a new prescription, you probably assumed she … more
Mac Thornberry, a Texas Republican, is chairman of the House Armed Services Committee. In The Wall Street Journal, he writes, "The Trump Budget Still Shortchanges The Military: After the stagnant '70s, Presidents Carter and Reagan boosted spending … more
The Wall Street Journal's "Washington Wire" outlines "Eight Things We Learned From the Comey Hearing." 1. Mr. Comey, in his most forceful comments on his firing to date, said the White House "chose to defame me" and lied when it said that the FBI … more
The Charleston Post and Courier discusses "Funding the infrastructure gap." Various studies of the nation's unfunded needs for infrastructure - roads and bridges, seaports and airports, telecommunications, water projects, rail projects, the … more
In The New York Times, John Tierney writes, "We May Not Be Able to Stop a North Korean Missile." He is the executive director of the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation. When the collision with the mock intercontinental ballistic … more
The Wall Street Journal takes note of President Trump's recent ill-informed comments about U.S. automakers in an editorial titled, "Driving Under the Influence of Trump: The President needs a tour of foreign-owned auto plants in the … more
In "The Alienated Mind," David Brooks of The New York Times writes, "The campaign of 2016 was an education in the deep problems facing the country." Angry voters made a few things abundantly clear: that modern democratic capitalism is not working … more
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