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Monthly Archives: March 2013

My name is Will Folks and I'm a narcissistic sociopath ... or so say the headlines. And I'm fine with that ... I've got a big ego, obviously. And I like to have that ego (and other big things of...

On Gruesome Injuries

We don't do gruesome injuries. It's not that we're faint of heart, we'd just prefer not to watch them. Of course while exercising our right not to rubberneck, we don't understand the "to show, or not to show" debate which...
Much has been made lately about Charleston County’s “Greenbelt” program by politicians looking to make political hay within the conservation community. While in many regards this program has been successful, that success has come at a tremendous price to...

Mark Sanford For Congress

To say this website has gone round the bend a few times with former S.C. Gov. Mark Sanford is an understatement. It's a lengthy, rocky history - one which has factored prominently in the Palmetto State's recent political past. In...

Republicans Strike Again!

Let's get something straight ... the values of fiscal responsibility, free market economic ideology and individual liberty are colorblind. They also don't care what your nationality is, whether you're gay or straight, short or tall, pretty or ugly, young...
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea - a.k.a. North Korea - continued to escalate its rhetoric in the wake of joint American-South Korean war games, which were held in response to prior threats from the socialist nation. North Korea's state media announced this...
Former S.C. Gov. Mark Sanford had an impressive performance in this week's first congressional district GOP debate with former Charleston County councilman Curtis Bostic. Of course he did make one costly mistake ... At one point during the debate, Sanford chided...
Our new favorite website ZeroHedge.com has an interesting chart up this week showing the status of disposable income in the United States - a.k.a. the amount of money people can invest in the economy after paying taxes. Disposable income, of...
South Carolina's unemployment rate edged down to 8.6 percent in February from 8.7 percent in January, data from the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce (SCDEW) revealed. Pacing the decline? A whopping 8,000 new government jobs - as well as...
During his closing statement against former Gov. Mark Sanford in this week's GOP runoff debate in South Carolina's first congressional district, former Charleston County councilman brought up a project called the "Greenbelt Bank." According to Bostic this "innovative" deal -...