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Stories by John Steinberger

Mainstream media increasingly viewed as “fake news”

While the term “fake news” is believed to have been originated by the leftist group First Draft in an attempt to discredit conservative websites like Breitbart, President Trump popularized the

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Templeton explains the meaning of “buzz saw”

Gubernatorial candidate Catherine Templeton told people at a Berkeley County GOP breakfast Saturday the origin of the term “buzz saw” used to describe her management style. Templeton said the Post

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American natural gas exports strengthen national security

Due to the emergence of the hydraulic fracturing technology, commonly known as fracking, America has become a leading exporter of natural gas. President Donald Trump recently announced at a summit

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I-526 project lacks transparency

Charleston County recently submitted a local funding proposal for the completion of I-526 to the SC Transportation Infrastructure Bank (STIB) board this week, consisting of $62 Million from the 2006

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Trump wants to make vocational educational cool again

President Donald Trump delivered a speech on his proposed infrastructure plan in Northeast Ohio Thursday with a emphasis on vocational education programs.  The address was given at a job training

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SCANA is only a good deal for shareholders

SCE&G (owned by parent company SCANA) electric customers pay the highest rates in South Carolina. At 13.6 cents per kilowatt hour, SCE&G customers pay 23% more than Duke Energy customers

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Griffin opposes annexation of property near West Ashley Walmart

Charleston City Councilman Harry Griffin told the Greater Lowcountry Republican Club Tuesday that he opposes the annexation of property located behind West Ashley Walmart, contending that the increased density allowed

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Ryan budget aimed at de-railing Trump agenda

In a move reminiscent of the 2010 House vote on Obamacare, Speaker Paul Ryan furnished members with copies of the 2200 page 2018 omnibus spending bill only 16 hours before

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Sanford to explore funding for Church Creek Basin projects

Congressman Mark Sanford said Friday that he would explore federal funding options for the projects outlined in the Church Creek Drainage Basin Study. The study report outlined seven engineering upgrades

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Free parking gives West Ashley businesses a competitive edge

The City of Charleston recently decided to double the parking fee for its 1700 metered parking spaces to $2 per hour.  WTMA radio host Charlie James received more than an

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