Nikki Hardin, yes I tried to call his office, had to leave voicemail. No assistant to field calls. Tried an email on his website. There was a box to check if I wanted a response -- I checked it. There was also a box to check if I wanted to receive his email newsletter -- I checked it. I got no response, but I did get his email newsletter.
So I guess he doesn't have to worry about South Carolina schools for a while. How's school choice going to go when a local charter school has had 8 principals in a many years? Does anyone feel confident about that? Hey kids in downtown Charleston that can't afford private schools, you want vouchers to schools far from your home that won't have buses? How far can you walk? Remember everyone: education is for the rich.
$175.00!! Too much for this SOB. When those on the lower peninsula are being priced out -- the city is really being turned over to the ultra-rich tourists. You'll be seeing me at the Tavern. Or Churches Fried Chicken.
Thank you for your hard work Virginia Bush. I am amazed at the anger found in these comments. Why are some people coming to live in Charleston if they want to turn it into Tuscon, Charlotte, Orlando, or Las Vegas?
One can put on a white pillow case and sing a Christmas song and no one should be offended. One can put on a white pillow case and sing a song in front of a mirror, and unless this hooded person takes a selfie and sends it off, then no one should be offended. But eight people putting on pillow cases and looking at seven others doing the same and nothing seems offensive to any one in the group???? Perhaps those eight singing fools should continue their education at a slower-track school.
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