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Post and Courier Sept. 16 Don't be fooled by updated snake oil, even if our legislators are A reporter for S.C. Public Radio summed up the public display that occurred at the Statehouse on Tuesday with this social media post: "Turned … more
Throughout my career as a military officer, I received formal feedback from senior officers as part of the Army's highly regimented annual evaluation process, known as the Officer Evaluation Report, or OER. However, the most relevant, candid and … more
Letter read at Tuesday's Sumter City Council meeting: Reading this new code was shocking. It appears to be written by someone who has never owned chickens, has not researched owning chickens, and who has a very distinct desire to rid chickens … more
Our devotion for today is "Speaking the Truth in Love." My text is Ephesians 4:14-15, where we read, "That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, and cunning … more
Are non-white voters really moving away from the Democratic Party? To partisan Democrats confronting this question on Twitter (sorry, X), it seems preposterous that the party of former President Donald Trump, whom they routinely call a racist, could … more
Why does the City of Sumter look for excuses not to pick up yard debris? Yard debris has not been picked up consistently on a weekly schedule (as stated on rear of water bill) from 209 Crescent Ave., Sumter. The city picked up yard debris one time … more
Three days after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, the worst and most murderous attack on the United States in history, President George W. Bush declared "a National Day of Prayer and Remembrance." He went to the National Cathedral and … more
Fear has a name in the Democratic Party, and that name is Cornel West. The former Harvard professor is one of the nation's most prominent progressive intellectuals, and he's seeking the Green Party nomination for president. If he gets it, … more
You could blame Victor Hugo. In 1846, the French novelist observed a young man being arrested for holding a loaf of bread he stole. Deeply touched, he fashioned his novel "Les Miserables," published in 1862, around the character Jean Valjean, who … more
Our devotion for today is "God Places Emphasis on the Truth," and my text is Zechariah 8:16-17, where we see these words, "These are the things that ye shall do; Speak ye every man the truth to his neighbour; execute the judgment of truth and peace … more
You know the type. He or she is the loudest at parties, always showing off at work, boasting about their accomplishments to anyone who will listen, or acting as the know-it-all. There is no specific age, occupation, or education level that … more
Is Senator Mitch McConnell too old to serve in the United States Senate? The same question is being asked of California U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein, President Joe Biden, and even former President Donald Trump. How old is too old? Some people … more
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