The movie “Selma” takes us back half a century to one of the most stirring and momentous events of that era: the march that helped secure passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, finally bringing
We won’t know if Dr. James B.
You wouldn’t have expected a meeting of the House Ethics and FOIA Ad Hoc Study Committee to be a good show. But it was.
Our South Carolina General Assembly returns to work in a couple of weeks to deal with the important issues facing our state.
We are genuinely proud of the community in which we live and serve, but sometimes that pride is especially evident.
Even before his election earlier this month as House speaker, Jay Lucas had signaled that he wanted to pursue important policy initiatives from a new perspective — overhauling an ethics law without
The Michael Brown and Eric Garner decisions have created combustible racial tensions throughout the country.
Anytime elected officials seek to raise their pay it’s imperative that they do so openly and allow taxpayers, who are picking up the tab, sufficient time to digest the proposed increases and provid
Throughout our history, we have failed to educate all of the children in our state.
“For a people who are free, and who mean to remain so, a well-organized and armed militia is their best security.”