As a resident of Oak Terrace Preserve (just a few blocks away from Mixson), the new Mixson plans look terrific to me.
We saw Porgy and Bess on Saturday. I am by no means an opera buff; I wanted to go because it's a part of Charleston culture.
I'm glad Celeste Pottier commented that the words were hard to understand and that it would help to know the whole story beforehand. My sentiments exactly, and her comments made me feel less of a plebeian.
They can't come up with a few million to rehab a ship and they want to raise $100 million to build a museum? Good luck with that.
Here's the total quote from President Obama, not just the snippets Jack Hunter extracts to make his anti-Obama point: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=192oEC5TX_Q
Paulius: yes, you're correct. All of those laws were and are constitutional (at the time, as appropriate) simply because the Supreme Court said/says they are. There is ultimately only one way to know whether a law is constitutional: a ruling by the Supreme Court. Like it or not, that's the way our system works. If person A on the street says a law is constitutional and person B says it's not, what does that mean? Exactly nothing. There is only one ultimate authority.
There are other words to describe decisions besides "unconstitutional". Immoral? Unethical? Take your pick.
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