This will be my last mid-term general election contribution. At least in my state of South Carolina, it ain't pretty.
For the first time in this mid-term election cycle, South Carolina politics suddenly got interesting. The state's just been politically "Ervinized."
Dutifully, Republicans have stepped up to meet their base's demand to be corrupt, and dishonest, and it is evident in the preponderance of Republican governors under investigation for all manner of corruption.
Amidst the bad progressive karma, some good news. No matter how horrific the party policies, the Republican stranglehold on South Carolina continues. Enjoy it SC right-wing radicals; it's your last hurrah.
South Carolina has the lowest percentage of women in its legislature of any state in the union. The supreme irony is that the only elected woman whose voice remotely counts in the state is arguably the worst governor in the nation, and that's saying something.
Political pundits are wont to claim Republicans obstruct governance and oppose policies and agendas that benefit the entire nation because they are clueless and lack issues, policies, and agendas, but that is not the case.
An open carry bill that would have allowed citizens to openly carry firearms in public without a permit, was resoundingly rejected in SC.
Let our Democratic candidates run on a platform of both mercy and pocketbook practicality. The issue is out there for the taking
Dennis S. attended Truthful Tuesday, a demonstration in Columbia, SC on Tuesday and provided a detailed breakdown of the event.
On Thursday morning, the day after Christmas, Republican Governor Nikki Haley of South Carolina tweeted out a picture of one of her Christmas presents.
Havana-born Roan Garcia-Quintana doesn't want America to be for others what it has been for him
South Carolina is a prime example of right-wing attempts to destroy the public school system and replace it with private school profiteers
The 2012 GOP convention will be headlined by the least popular nominee in 28 years, but the RNC is also filling their speaking slots with many more unpopular Republicans.
The National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW) held its annual fall Board of Directors meeting in Charleston, S.C. last weekend and naturally, trouble ensued. Of the Confederate kind. And the tax-payers paid for this little shindig. Nothing like celebratin’ slavery to say “freedom and liberty”, eh?