Case studies of state spending lots of money on programs with unproven benefits. I feel like a program to get all the old appliances fixed could have translated to huge cost savings for everyone. There has never been a shortage of excellent appliance repair services https://goo.gl/PU584D?appliance-repair
Hollywood was a big part of making my son the wonderful adult he's become. Made him make tough decisions like smoke or box, drink or box, party or box. Life is simple when you're in the ring: quit now and never fight again, get hit until they stop the fight or fight back with whatever you can find inside. Simple, but not easy. Thanks Al, for all those you steered right but haven't got around to tell you
Is there video or audio of this talk somewhere on line?
Harry Truman once said "you can't make money in politics unless you're a crook" or, maybe it was "an honest public servant can't become rich in politics"
Did you all see the trash left when they left? Sensitive to our earth? I think not.
Great step in the right direction, but a $100 fine for tickets people are making literally thousands on scalping for single events isn't enough. Should be mandatory 30 days in jail. Once again, glad someone is taking a step in the right direction in helping preserve an amazing music scene. Thank you Senator Matthews.
Sounds like racism against whites.
Survivalist communities? Ok, whatever your god told you must do, jump on it, as long as you don't involve tax-payer funds.
Jim Deminted, more like. Fomenting anger and mistrust in our NON-partisan Justice and Intelligence communities is anti-American and unpatriotic. Perhaps he, too, is complicit in collusion or at least complicit in supporting collusion.
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Fascinating! It's almost like a wizard from the1800's reached through, in infinite jest, to articulate whimsically through Dustin. Huzzah!
Fascinating! It's almost like someone was reaching through from the 1800's in infinite jest and manipulating articulate whimsy.
There will be no ventriloquists at the Charleston Day of Puppetry.
I was at that meeting. Elliott Summey ate crow and Henry Darby had a meltdown.
The people who got up to speak were genuinely pissed off. Darby and Summey were required to be at that meeting. Those speakers weren't. They were citizens who felt strongly enough about the issues (especially Summey's comments about Anna Johnson) to get up off the couch after a long day of work and come out to tell the council how they felt. They (the speakers) were not professional politicians. They were mostly ordinary people who spoke from the heart.
Vic Rawls should understand by now that : 1. Sometimes your boss yells at you. That's a good time to listen. and 2. Real democracy is noisy. And messy. If he doesn't get this maybe he belongs in another place ... perhaps in the 19th century.
Jessie, don't always agree with your political point of view but I would have to agree with your premise here, there is a time for everything. I've sat on many meetings where most of the people present knew exactly what was afoot and completely disapproved, but did nothing because they were afraid to take the heat from certain 'nice' power players. Civility and common courtesy in public discourse are important, there is something to be said for the southerner's way of calling someone a jackass without using that word, or being a jackass in the process, Mr. Summy however has certainly failed in that regard. We've all known since our days in junior high that civility and common courtesy can be handy tools for intimidation and manipulation. Interesting article, thanks.
You are my best friend in the head too!
Great article A++++ You nailed Hicks and his snarky hypocrisy perfectly, as well as the soap opera going on at Charleston County Council.
Salidude, laughing at the rubes is all well and good but the problem with living in a society is the strife these people inflict upon themselves ends up destroying everything around them as well. It's collateral damage we cannot afford.
Believe me, I do smirk at the thought of people who voted for Trump not realizing they are going to lose their healthcare and are not getting their coal mining jobs back, but their misery does not exist in a vacuum. Fear won the last election, and it's affecting all of us.
"You do know slaves were held in the north as well? Or that free men of color also owned slaves"
What's your point? Does that make it okay? Why aren't the descendants of those Yankees and "free men of color" constantly yammering on about their heritage then?
I liked this article though I support ones right to display the flag should they wish. To me, the flag doesn't not represent the hate, slavery or white supremacy, though I realize that to many, it does. I ,however, will not support someone being 'uncomfortable' with the flag as being just cause to remove it from a memorial. Fly the ANC flag if you wish, I do not like it, but will support your decision to fly it. Fly the NAZI flag if that is your preference, if nothing else, it lets me know where the people I stand against congregate. Just remember, the flag is a piece of colored cloth. What it stands for can change depending upon your point of view, and the environment in which it is displayed.
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