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Stories by John Steinberger

Sanford challenger says illegal aliens could fund border wall

State Representative Katie Arrington (R-Summerville) told the Greater Lowcountry Republican Club Tuesday that funding for the proposed border wall could come from those who entered the country illegally. Arrington is

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Charleston City Council votes to preserve West Ashley plantations

Charleston City Council voted 13-0 to annex more than 5000 acres of property located between Drayton Hall Plantation and Magnolia Gardens Tuesday at City Hall. City attorney Frances Cantwell advised

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McMaster opponents challenge the status quo

Governor Henry McMaster was the only declared Republican candidate for the June 12 gubernatorial primary who declined to participate in the South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Convention candidate forum in

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Media legitimizes leftist grievances, ignores conservatives

I attended the Women’s March Saturday in Charleston. What I noticed was the event was much less about advancing the well-being of women than in was a diatribe against President

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Trump supporters plan counter-protest Saturday

Charleston-area supporters of President Donald Trump will arrive at Brittlebank Park Saturday, January 20 at 11:30 am to counter-protest the planned anti-Trump Women’s March. The group will assemble by the

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Myrtle Beach Tea Party Convention kicks of 2018 SC primaries

The 6th annual South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Convention will be held Saturday through Monday at the Crown Reef Conference Center, 2913 S. Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach.  The event

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West Ashley Master Plan advances to City Council

The City of Charleston Planning Commission voted to endorse the West Ashley Master Plan Wednesday. The nine-member commission is appointed by Mayor John Tecklenburg and is tasked with reviewing zoning

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CCSD School Choice fairs set for Saturday

The Charleston County School District is holding School Choice fairs Saturday, January 20 from 10 am to 1 pm at Burke High School, C.E. Williams Middle School, North Charleston High

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Planning Commission to take up West Ashley Master Plan Wednesday

The City of Charleston Planning Commission meets Wednesday at 5 pm at the office complex on 2 George Street.  At the top of the agenda is the West Ashley Master

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Federal tax cuts could lead to lower utility rates

The recently implemented Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has gotten more Americans to understand the impact of corporate income taxes.  The tax has three main impacts on the economy –

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