What's the problem with government-funded economic development? Actually there are three of them ... which we explore in a piece on one of the few states dumber than South Carolina.
Aside from their chronic betrayal of taxpayers, why can't "Republicans" capitalize on the Democratic weakness? Look at their nominees in Virginia for an answer ...
Do you hear voices? Are they telling you not to trust the government? If so, Barack Obama would like you to ignore them. They're just trying to "gum up the works."
A top former strategist to U.S. President Barack Obama was trying to provide some cover for his embattled former boss ... but wound up making a point we've been making for years.
The odds of winning Saturday's Powerball jackpot were one in 175 million. Too bad most South Carolinians can't count past seventeen ...
In contrast to the political activism of topless jihad, some women want to bare their breasts in public because it’s comfortable. Not to [...]
From the "people are starting to get it" file, a group of protestors recently picketed the Pee Dee real estate office of powerful S.C. Senate finance chairman Hugh Leatherman (RINO-Florence). Their
The state of Maryland passed a knee-jerk gun control law last week making it extremely difficult for one of its most loyal employers to do business within its borders. In fact gun manufacturer
The South Carolina Senate is set to vote on a budget amendment next week regarding the contentious issue of school choice. The amendment, if passed, will allow parents to take state tax deductions
The arrest of S.C. Rep. Ted Vick (D-Chesterfield) on drunk driving charges – his second driving under the influence (DUI) charge in [...]
Former S.C. Treasurer Thomas Ravenel gave an extensive interview to WTMA (Charleston, S.C.) radio host Tara Servatius this week in which he made it abundantly clear he's not done with politics. So
S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley - then running as a “Tea Party” reformer - pledged on the campaign trail in 2010 that she wouldn’t stop until South Carolina had a “conservative House” and a
A day after South Carolina Republicans made some nice hay over a dubious endorsement by the S.C. Democratic Party's likely 2014 standard bearer, they found themselves on the receiving end of a similar
This website gets lots of tips, comments and questions regarding stuff we write … and stuff people want us to write. Got [...]
The administration of U.S. President Barack Obama learned nearly a year ago that the Internal Revenue Service was discriminating against limited government organizations - and did nothing, the latest
The outgoing head of the Internal Revenue Service - who was fired this week by U.S. President Barack Obama - was grilled by lawmakers in Washington, D.C. regarding his agency's practice of targeting
We hate Obamacare. Hate it, hate it, hate it ... In fact back when the mainstream media was parroting the false claims associated with this socialized medicine proposal, we were bashing
San Diego Chargers linebacker Melvin Ingram tore his ACL earlier this week at an organized training activity event for the team. Ingram, readers will recall, was an All-American defensive end for the
U.S. Sen. John McCain (RINO-Arizona) is proposing legislation which would subject NFL teams with taxpayer-subsidized stadiums to new television regulations. Specifically, these teams would be banned
As we contemplate the decline of the American Republic, there are a few holdovers from better managed eras that provide us the occasional comfort. These are points of longitudinal and latitudinal
U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford got a rude reception upon his return to the halls of Congress this week. According to Roll Call, his own staff couldn't even spell his name correctly - incorrectly listing him
When it comes to assessing beauty, you've got to hand it to "Republicans." Seriously, you could slap a blonde wig and some heels on pretty much anything (say ... the statue of Ben Franklin outside
This website has run hot and cold with likely 2016 Republican presidential contender Bobby Jindal. However he said something during a recent interview with The Washington Times that we believe to be
Until To'day, we'd never heard of Aubrey O'Day. Who is she? Well, according to her official bio she's a singer-songwriter who is "destined to spend her life on stage and in the public eye." "She
I took my first steps in a hotel room off of Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, people ... which means I don't walk so much as I 'samba.' Yeah ... let that visual soak in. I'm also quite the
With the exception of smokin' hot Taylor, we have very few Instagram connections. In fact if you asked us for our Instagram user name and password we couldn't tell you (username: SCMilfMan password:
Earlier this month we picked up on Camden, S.C. native Sallie Pierce's bid to become a member of the world famous Dallas Cowboys' cheerleading squad. What did we neglect to point out at the time?
Here's an awesome video of workers installing the final section of the spire atop One World Trade Center - a.k.a. the "Freedom Tower." With the addition of this final section of the building's
Remember Colton Hodge? As we described him recently, he's an "unemployed no talent ass clown who landed on our radar screen last summer when he sang an angry Metallica ballad to S.C. Gov. Nikki