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Monthly Archives: July 2013

Airline Disses Boeing

Boeing claims to have cleared the accounts stemming from a three-month grounding of the company's next generation passenger jet - the 787 Dreamliner. However one of its customers - Poland's LOT national airline - says that's not true. "There were...
We received a statement this week from the Palmetto Family Council - one of South Carolina's leading social conservative groups - regarding the summer reading scandal that's currently engulfing the College of Charleston (a.k.a. the "College of Knowledge"). Below, in its...

New CSOL Headquarters?

A friend of ours was in Charleston, S.C. this week during the peak of the local law school drama and snapped a picture (above) that we think is worth a thousand words. It's an especially interesting juxtaposition in light of...
A few weekends ago, our founding editor's lovely bride Mrs. Sic Willie was scouring the internet for South Carolina summer "day trip" ideas when she found a picture of the gorgeous Old Sheldon Church Ruins near Yemassee, South Carolina....
If it wasn't time already, it may now be advantageous to fit yourself for one of those tin foil hats. In fact our founding editor has already called up lid-maker New Era and asked its employees to get busy...

Graham Tacks Right

Eager to shore up his "conservative" credentials in anticipation of a forthcoming GOP primary fight, U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham is shifting to the right on a key judicial appointment. Specifically, Graham is threatening to block an upcoming committee vote...

The New FITS

For those of you on summer vacation (or reading our braille editions), there have been some big visual changes to FITSNews this week. And while my crew is still working out all of the kinks, I gotta say I'm...
We don't watch network talent programs, but for the last decade it's been virtually impossible to turn on a television in the United States without seeing the smug face of British television personality Simon Cowell - longtime judge of...
State Senator Tom Davis - one of the leading fiscal conservatives in the S.C. General Assembly - spoke in Columbia, S.C. today in support of his teacher supply tax credit, one of the few free market academic reforms the...

US Economy Sputtering

The U.S. economy grew at an annualized rate of just 1.7 percent during the second quarter of 2013, according to the latest gross domestic product (GDP) data released by the federal government. That figure was slightly better than economists...