In November, South Carolina will make history by electing its first African-American to the U.S. Senate. And, if the polls are to be believed, it will be Republican Tim Scott.
Last weekend, I drove up to Carthage, North Carolina, to see some old friends. From Columbia, I took U.S. 1 from Camden through McBee to Cheraw, then into North Carolina.
As I write these words, I'm sitting on a rustic dock overlooking a beautiful, placid pond on a coastal South Carolina island. I'm surrounded by nothing but God's creations and natural beauty.
To the editor:
The world is shrinking and with the Internet we are now all hyper-connected. One result of this is that where once we looked at problems as local or maybe state and national issues, now we can see issues simultaneously on a local to global level...
One of my favorite movies is the 1969 classic “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.” Since it came out, I've probably watched it 20 times.
For some reason or other, I've always loved being around water. Why, when I retired, I held a state water and wastewater license.
The pulpit is calling. It's time to do a little preaching.The subject isn't fresh. The spin is different. The old sermon is about FOI. The new message is about FYI.
Let's get this out of the way at the top: I'm a Democrat and, as such, I hope that Democrats win elections and Republicans lose — locally, in South Carolina and nationally.
Is South Carolina really a “right-to-work state”? Of course it is, right?