After several years of major damage in our area from hurricanes, Florence spared us. But she didn’t spare our neighbors just up the coast. We were nervous and mesmerized at the same time as we awaited another shift in direction, and watched the power of Mother Nature unleashed once again.
Cindi Ross Scoppe has been The State’s opinion writer for 20 years, providing a pragmatic approach to SC state government; she was a reporter for 10 years before that. Her last day is Aug 31. Today she says good-bye.
South Carolina must do a better job educating poor children, and the Legislature needs to give power to the governor, free city and county councils to run their communities and overhaul a special-interest driven tax system
The SC Legislature may be able to ignore the laws it writes, thanks to a 1905 US Supreme Court ruling that says one legislature can’t bind another. That means lawmakers don’t necessarily have to repeal the Heritage Act, among other things.
The Russia conspiracy is classic Hillary Clinton, as detailed in my new book, “Resistance Is Futile!” Throughout her career, Hillary has always blamed her troubles on bad people conspiring against her.
Traffic in highly congested areas in York County is increasing and will continue to increase as more housing developments and businesses move into the county. This video gives statistics about population increases and traffic accidents.