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Is Biden a president for all?

Whether you voted for him or not, you might cut Joe Biden a little slack. The new President faces severe problems after the most contentious election since Abe Lincoln’s time.  He … more

Can't anybody here play this game?

When Casey Stengal took over as manager of the hapless New York Mets, he asked, “Can’t anybody here play this game?” Looking at our so-called health experts makes you feel like Casey did. … more

Nancy Pelosi’s brave new world

Are we headed for a single party system with Democrats dominant like the Communist Party in China? House Speaker Nancy Pelosi seems headed that way. We have seen what dominant party politics … more

Your court of last resort

Have you ever found an injustice you feel needs to be corrected? Have you run into red tape or bureaucratic indifference that made you angry enough to call or write the local newspaper editor? … more

How to make it easier for all of us to vote

Here we go again. If you thought voting irregularities last November swung the outcome, hang on. Just wait until you see what could happen next. Congressional Democrats aim to pass the … more

Big Tech 's assault on the 1st Amendment

Big Tech's social media censorship is only part of an orchestrated attack on the 1st Amendment. That's the assessment of Patrick Wood, director and founder of Citizens for Free Speech. Wood … more

What's the greatest question you can ask?

My grandmother must have been relieved to see my mother come home from work each day. We lived with my grandparents and my mother worked for my grandfather while my father was away in school.. … more

Legal immigrant protests president's immigration order

Chronicle reader John White emailed this with a request to share it wth other readers: Agnes Gibboney, whose son Ronald da Silva was shot and killed by an illegal immigrant in 2002, told … more

Democracy, Republic or?

In many ways, you may feel for new President Joe Biden. He has to walk a fine line between the moderates in his party and the hard line socialist left. That latter includes his VP choice … more

Who falls next in SCANA scandal

Kevin Marsh and Stephen Byrne have been caught in the largest robbery in state history – the $2.2 billion fleecing of 1 million SC Electric & Gas and Santee Cooper ratepayers. Our … more
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