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Re: “Lana

Lana is my favorite. I could eat there every night. Food is always good, nice choice of Mediterranean dishes on the menu, none too weird, great service. The place is not too big or too small. Try to get a booth.

Posted by Louise10 on September 25, 2014 at 4:06 PM

Recent Comments

Re: “At Nehemiah Action, pastors demand policy change with confrontational techniques

The squeaky wheel gets the grease. The CAJM folks offered reasonable solutions to officials who have not been able to solve the problems of youth unemployment and the school-to-prison pipeline. Maybe they haven't tried very hard. The mayors and school officials are being held accountable by the very people who pay their salaries--meaning us! CAJM represents a large number of taxpayers, not just church goers. Of course the officials want to expound at length with a microphone...they're used to having that power. Supt. McGinley is the best we've had in Charleston County in my memory, but even she is accountable to us. Mayor Summey seems like a despot to me...maybe he's been in power too long to remember who he is accountable to.

7 of 13 people like this.
Posted by Louise10 on May 2, 2014 at 9:22 AM

Re: “Delusion and denial do not make sound opinion

Will, your compassion for others and understanding of the South are evident in every column you write. Your reasoning and conclusions in this column make a lot of sense--except, there's something else to consider. How can very poor immigrant families from Asia (Vietnam, India, China, etc.) come to this country, have children, educate them in U.S. mediocre schools, and in just one generation see those children succeed even beyond many white American children? This doesn't happen with immigrants from every country, but specific ethnic groups (Jews, for another example) consistently surge ahead despite big obstacles. My guess is that education is intensely valued by the parents, who expect their children to rise to the top and they do. Wish you would address this one day, Will.

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Posted by Louise10 on December 8, 2011 at 7:57 AM

Re: “Your humble columnist pledges to keep up the fight

Will Moredock is the best writer and the best thinker of any columnist in the state. We are lucky to have his observations every week in the City Paper. Give that man a raise!

Posted by Louise10 on May 1, 2011 at 1:29 PM
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