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Lowcountry Watchdog

Charleston County School Board endorsements

I get calls every day asking me who I support for Charleston County School Board. We have a complex governance structure for the Charleston County School District (CCSD). The nine

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Storm debris removal communications must improve

Hurricane Matthew passed through Charleston County with tropical storm force winds, but there was still a lot of debris to be picked up in the aftermath. The way the debris

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CO2 does not harm our health

One of the issues which was not covered in the three Presidential debates was climate change, which proponents say is caused by human carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. CO2 makes up

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I-526 was never part of sales tax increase referendum

One of the key votes we will take on election day in Charleston County is a referendum on whether to increase our sales tax from 8.5% to 9% to fund

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After the storm …

Despite dire warnings of an impending Armageddon, the lowcountry sustained mild damage in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.  Elected officials and media figures made it sound like Matthew was going

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Post and Courier obsessed with human-caused climate change

The (Charleston) Post and Courier has been banging the drum for years about the “climate change” agenda.  Those pushing the agenda claim that human carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are trapping

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We get the government we deserve

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) sponsors four Adopt-A-Highway litter pick-ups per year. For those who want to participate, there are only four dates during the year on which

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Students need more career information

I read an interesting feature in the Post and Courier by health reporter Lauren Sausser this week about former Miss South Carolina USA Sarah Weishuhn from Goose Creek. She graduated

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Charleston GOP hosts debate watch on USS Yorktown

As many as 100 million viewers are expected to watch the first Presidential debate Monday at Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY. The record high audience for a Presidential debate was

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Are we safer after 9/11?

Most adults can remember where they were and what they were doing when Al Quaeda terrorist crews seized commercial aircraft and flew them into American landmarks and killed 3000 people

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