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Re: “The Southern Poverty Law Center counted 14 hate groups in S.C. last year, up from 12 in 2016

The responses to this article prove the Splc's point. You can hear the hate in the letters. The increase in hate crimes across the nation since Trump's election is a indication of the rise of hate groups and increased membership. Trump encouraged this with his "They are some good people" comment in Charlottesville. The latest school massacre shooter had an association with a hate group and was a Trump supporter.

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Posted by charlestowne2 on February 24, 2018 at 10:13 AM

Re: “Charleston GOPers: Abolish the school district

Moffly's statement that low performing schools are the result of the teachers in the school has no basis in fact. Scientific studies have found two factors that determine the performance of a school. They are poverty level and the mothers level of education. The only way to overcome these to factors is money for extra student support. You will find the same performance gap in every large municipality not just Charleston County. Also a county wide tax distributed evenly would not work. More effluent areas would not want their tax dollars to go to districts their children did not attend. Sharing support staff would be a disaster. How many bosses can one person have? The only way this would be feasible is a complete break up of the district into 5 completely autonomous districts. That would cause racial segregation and districts with uneven finances. This is a great solution for wealthy areas and a poor outcome for less wealthy areas. But maybe that is the whole purpose of this suggestion.

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Posted by charlestowne2 on February 28, 2015 at 3:32 PM

Re: “Why aren’t the Dems putting up a candidate against Mark Sanford?

In the last election Elizabeth Colbert-Bush was closer to republican then democrat. If you read her policy statements, she was for a balanced budget amendment, for changing the Affordable Health Care Act and for charter schools. Her stands on policy issues were almost as far to the right as Stanford's. The only place there was a substantial difference was being pro choice. She actually is on record to have contributed to republican candidates. She could have run as a republican and had no problems. Sanford could have been a child molester and still have won because of the R behind his name.

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Posted by charlestowne2 on October 17, 2014 at 11:27 PM

Re: “When it comes to sprawl, our leaders make one dumb decision after another

Maybe you should reconsider using "shystering " That is a reference to Shylock from the Merchant of Venice which is considered to be antisemitic. If you haven't read it, perhaps you should.

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Posted by charlestowne2 on September 25, 2014 at 3:16 PM

Re: “Labor organizing underway at Boeing, MUSC despite anti-union climate in S.C.

Unions exist for the workers. Unions give workers a voice. The reason wages are so low paying in South Carolina is the lack of unions and the right to work laws. Right to Work laws should be retitled the "Right to Work at Low Wages and no Benefits Law". Where there are unions you will find a higher a higher standard of living.

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Posted by charlestowne2 on August 20, 2014 at 5:14 PM

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