It's a bit of a hike (1 hr n. of MTP) but the best dog-friendly beach is actually in Georgetown County. North Litchfield Beach on the northern end of Pawleys Island allows dogs all day everyday. Dogs are supposed to be leashed but there's very little enforcement because the patrol is so laid-back and friendly there. The beach is beautiful, spacious, safe for swimming, alcohol-friendly, and uncrowded. Perfect for families because it's not over-run with knuckleheads. Here is a dog-friendly vacation beach home that's close to the beach that we love: www.ShackNLB.com.
I hope Charleston hosts one of these!
Jack Hunter is wrong.
According to the NY Times: "(The Club For Growth's) portrayal of him (Huckabee) as a wild-eyed spendthrift is hardly apt." http://www.nytimes.com/2007/12/02/us/politics/02huckabee.html?_r=1&fta=y&oref=slogin
Huckabee, a fiscal conservative, pushed through the Arkansas Legislature the first major, broad-based tax cuts in state history — a $90 million tax relief package for Arkansas families. He led efforts to establish a Property Taxpayers' Bill of Rights and created a welfare reform program that reduced the welfare rolls in the state by almost 50 percent. He also doubled the standard deduction to $2,000 for single taxpayers and $4,000 for those who are married. He proposed The Property Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights which established a uniform notice and due process procedure to guarantee that all Arkansans will be treated fairly in property tax assessment.
In total, Huckabee cut taxes and fees over 90 times during his ten and a half years as governor, saving the people of Arkansas almost $380 million. When he left office, Arkansas had over $800 million in state surplus, which he believes should go back to the people in the form of either a tax rebate or tax cut.
Mike Huckabee is a good man and would make a great American President. Go to www.mikehuckabee.com to learn more about him.
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