Calling out Politicians for FAILURE.
I am frequently very hard on our politicians in South Carolina; Let me explain why. I have interviewed a number of them. Most of them really are a bit delusional. Their hearts are in the right place on issues, but they have an unrealistic view of how to get things done for the residents. Many South Carolina politicians are living in the 1980s. I grew | Read More »
An SC Conservative’s Big Election-year problem.
There is a big mess with the South Carolina Department of Social Services. The leader of that Agency is a lady by the name of Lillian Koller. She has been asked to come and testify at our State House about some of the issues that Department of Social Services have been facing, which include Children dying and inappropriate actions by Social Workers. She tells us | Read More »
Keep the Trees in SC; let the people Die.
Bryan apologizes for his Attack on I26 six trees I owe some of you an apology. I made the mistake over the last several months of assuming that most or all of my audience is compassionate and cares about the fellow man. Recently, a post on Facebook and a mention on the radio show yesterday focused on the trees that I observed coming back from | Read More »
2013: Police result ot bike theft in Charleston, SC to enforce new laws…
As I look back at 2013, two small legal initiatives emerged that have big consequences: biking and texting. First, there’s the new “trial” bicycle parking law in downtown Charleston, that says you can only park your in so-called bike corrals. You can’t chain it to city property — lampposts, trees, signs — except in designated areas. This city is trying to clean up the sidewalks | Read More »
Stirring up a hornets nest of liberals in Charleston, SC
I recently published an article in the Charleston City Paper about some of the affiliations I’ve discovered in our failing SC Schools. Man! Did it stir up a hornet’s nest of liberals, name-calling, anti-religious rants and otherwise blistering comments showing a lack of class, intellect and open-mindedness. This article teaches me that any Conservative who thinks they’re going to sway the other sides view of | Read More »
South Carolina: SPECIAL ELECTION – A POLITICAL CONTEST OR POPULARITY CONTEST?
In a district where Republican Tim Scott won the seat with sixty-eight percent of the vote, you would think that a two-term former Governor, Mark Sanford, would be a “shoe-in.” After all, the First District of South Carolina hasn’t elected a Democrat in thirty years. On May 7, voters will choose between Democrat Elizabeth Colbert-Busch (otherwise known as “Lulu”) and Mark Sanford. In a recent | Read More »
The Obama-ites in the Senate continue their reckless behavior.
The Democrats and the Republicans remain far apart on the fiscal mess this Country faces. The Senate passed it’s first budget in a late session on Saturday 50-49. All republicans and four Democrats voted against it. It likely has no chance, but underscores the continuation of the Socialist agenda. The four democrat Senators who voted against it, I would like to applaud, but can’t since | Read More »
Governor Sanford making comeback in District One Congressional Race.
After some confusion on redistricting and polling locations, it was encouraging to see that voters, in SC District One, today, had to present a photo ID to vote. With ID in hand, I placed my Republican vote in the Congressional Primary to replace (now, Senator) Tim Scott. I see no issue whatsoever with handing over my driver’s license before I vote. The only problem with | Read More »
SC District One Primary – Dangerous!
This is a defining moment for South Carolina Politics and the Nation for that matter, as liberal policy and socialist movements seem to be overtaking our Country. On Tuesday, voters in South Carolina District One go to the polls for a special primary election to replace the vacated seat of, now, Senator Tim Scott. Polls put former Governor, Mark Sanford, at 35% just last week. | Read More »