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Lowcountry Watchdog

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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Post and Courier fires cheap shot at Moffly

Media outlets are not supposed to advocate for or against candidates in news stories. That activity should be confined to the editorial pages. Charleston’s only daily newspaper launched an attack

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Lottery is predatory to the poor 🔊

The key issue in the 1998 South Carolina Governor’s race was whether to implement a state lottery. Republican incumbent David Beasley was against the lottery, and Democrat challenger Jim Hodges

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Post and Courier shills for unpopular bike lane

The Post and Courier is using bullying tactics to try to dissuade Charleston County Council members from defunding the unpopular Charleston City Council plan to use county transportation sales tax

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Local government embracing “green” agenda

The sales tax increase referendum which will appear on the November 8 ballot reflects the “green” agenda, with $600 million slated for mass transit and more than $200 million for

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