Eager to insulate U.S. President Barack Obama against the fallout from multiple scandals (IRS, USDOJ and Benghazi), one of his top former advisors is offering up an interesting excuse. David Alexrod, Obama’s former senior strategist, claims the reason Obama is unable to sufficiently keep tabs on all the corruption in Washington, D.C. these days is because … wait for [...]
In contrast to the political activism of topless jihad, some women want to bare their breasts in public because it’s comfortable.
Not to mention a statement on equality.
And in New York City, they can now do so without fear of being arrested. According to the city’s paper of record cops in the Big Apple have been instructed [...]
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 beef with the longtime liberal (and chief architect of South Carolina’s “Lost Decade“)? His refusal to send an Obamacare nullification bill that cleared the S.C. [...]
Last November, when the Powerball jackpot climbed above $500 million, we wrote a post entitled “Buy Your Tickets, Mouth Breathers!”
Suffice it to say, we’re not big on the whole mega-jackpot craze – in which mostly poor people (i.e. government dependents) blow their modest means on this government-run scam, with the vast majority of the proceeds [...]
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 Beretta says the new Maryland law – which bans the importation and warehousing of high-capacity magazines (among other restrictions) – will result in [...]
The arrest of S.C. Rep. Ted Vick (D-Chesterfield) on drunk driving charges – his second driving under the influence (DUI) charge in less than a year – is big news in the Palmetto State. Potentially bigger news, though? The story behind a remark that Vick casually made to the officers who arrested him on the grounds of [...]
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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 … does that mean he’s contemplating another bid for elected office?
“That’s a conversation for a later date but I will say that there will [...]
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 bombshell revelation in a scandal that continues to escalate.
According to J. Russell George – the U.S. Treasury inspector general whose report documented this discrimination – his superiors [...]
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? That the Palmetto State is already represented on this illustrious squad – by Greenville, S.C. native Collin Julia. The registered nurse [...]
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 408-foot spire, 1-WTC has reached its symbolic height of 1,776 feet – making it the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere and [...]
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 limited government groups.
“We were repeatedly told no such targeting was happening,” U.S. Rep. Dave Camp (R-Michigan) told acting IRS director Steven Miller. [...]