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Why was America in the Revolutionary War era, with 3 million people, able to generate leaders of the quality of Benjamin Franklin and George Washington, while today's America, with 333 million people, generates the likes of President Joe Biden and … more
We all know the feeling of having something on our minds that we have a difficult time letting go of. Similar to an image or a catchy song that gets stuck in our head, commonly called an earworm, negative thoughts can be very difficult to remove, … more
It was heartbreaking to watch the Sumter County Council meeting on April 9, 2024. The big topic of the meeting was paving roads in the county. I do not know how the county's chairman and the city's mayor sleep at night after hearing Sumter citizens … more
On a recent visit to one of my providers, I noticed that it is not routine to provide a statement of charges for the examination and the procedures that were done. The care that I received was excellent and professionally done. As I approached the … more
Low- to moderate-income communities in downtown Sumter are faced with some of the same issues that plague our rural neighbors in Sumter County, only this is in close proximity to the downtown central business district oddly. These communities … more
Post and Courier April 15 S.C. alone gets this one totally wrong. Stop sending runaways to jail. We've long known that the best way to transform someone who happened onto the bad side of the law into a violent criminal is to lock him up … more
If the South Carolina General Assembly doesn't get the Confederate battle flag off the Statehouse grounds after what happened in Charleston this week, then we may as well replace the Palmetto Tree on the proper state flag - the beautiful blue one - … more
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