The food has always been great at Finz. I have been going there since they opened and found the food exceptional. The portions were really big too. Try the grouper Poboy!
No one needs a gun to protect themselves until they really need one.
Guns are a great deterrent to home invasion. Burris Liquor store employees on Meeting St have been carrying firearms for decades. Guess how many robberies they have had. Zero!
AlexM please let us all know where the tons of affordable housing is in Mt Pleasant.
This obviously must be a problem created by the new mayor problem. Charleston has had a visionary leader for the last 40 years and is a model for other cities across the country.
I wonder who Mr. Moredock blames gentrification of Charleston on?
In 1980 the population of Charleston was majority black with 2/3 of the residents African American. By 2010 only half of the the total number of blacks present in 1980 were in the city was now 2/3 white.
Certainly the visionary leader of the city, elected in 1975, supported and encouraged policies encouraging this rampant gentrification, while receiving a huge amount of black votes and support. yet I have never heard Mr Moredock mention it. If the Demographic trend continues there will be very blacks at all on the peninsula by in another ten years or so.
Roger Pinckney Sanford... Sanford a hero...???.. stole taxpayer money to fund his personal crisis and trips to Argentina. you or I would likely be in jail if we had committed fraud like he did..... As Gov. joined the SC National Guard as an officer without basic training because of his position, and then underwent training and drilling for a medical unit at taxpayer expense "to set an example for his sons" and then quit the Guard when his unit got deployed to Iraq, because he was "too important".....As a Congressman in the 90's Sanford said Bill Clinton should resign the presidency, not because he broke the law, but because he broke his vows of marriage. Did Sanford resign when he broke his vows of marriage? No because he is a self absorbed hypocrite who has failed his country as a politician and as "soldier". Some hero indeed. More like someone who wants to live the good life off the taxpayers. I remember him railing against career politicians, which he now is one.
Of course the Clintons thought Trump was a great guy when he donated to their campaigns and foundation, enough to go golfing with him and attend his most recent nuptials.
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