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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
Here are two Notable Sports stories this week in The Sumter Item involving ace college pitchers Charlie Barnes of Clemson and John Patrick Sears of The Citadel. CLEMSON - Former Sumter High and Sumter P-15's standout Charlie Barnes tossed 6 … more
The Wall Street Journal proclaims "Washington Goes Nuts" and asks, "Can the intelligence committees act like grown-ups?" The political brawl over Russia, the Trump campaign and U.S. intelligence has reached the point where basic questions about … more
"Jeff Sessions Needs to Go" says Richard W. Painter, a professor at the University of Minnesota Law School and chief White House ethics lawyer under President George W. Bush from 2005 to 2007. It appeared as a column in The New York Times. In the … more
The Washington Post reports that President Donald Trump critic Van Jones of CNN called the president's address: "One of the most extraordinary moments you have ever seen in American politics, period." What follows is his full commentary: "There … more
The Charleston Post and Courier outlines the "Numbers against offshore oil" for South Carolina. The numbers speak for themselves. Tourists spent more than $20 billion in South Carolina in 2015, setting a record high for the state. That number … more
In "Trump vs. Trump," The Wall Street Journal's Dan Henninger writes, "Trump the president is looking like he's trapped inside Trump the campaigner." Donald Trump is right that the media is making a mountain out of every Trump molehill. Despite … more
The Wall Street Journal's Dan Henninger on "Trumpian shock and awe." "Shock and awe," a term of art from U.S. war doctrine, has been deployed by advocates of Donald Trump to describe the pace of executive actions the past two weeks. That is … more
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