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Why punish newspaper readers?

We have nothing against Sen. Darrell Jackson. He helped us raise money to tutor those who can’t read. His heart is in the right place except when he gets upset about The State newspaper raising … more

Can our elections be rigged?

 By Sen. Shane Massey Special to the Chronicle South Carolina’s election laws are strong and fair.  That was evident in 2020 with a record turnout and confidence in the … more

A love story

By Jerry Bellune JerryBellune@yahoo.com It’s not every day a cantankerous old newspaper editor gets handed a story like this. This was sent in by John Robert Young about his friends and a … more

The case for term limits for politicians

By Todd Limehouse Special to the Chronicle State lawmakers secretly steered hundreds of millions of dollars to their non-profits via hidden budget earmarks. This offers another reminder of … more

Stupid is as stupid does

You may remember Forrest Gump as slow but never stupid.  Forrest popularized the well-known phrase “Stupid is as stupid does.” “I do stupid stuff every day,” says our friend Jim … more

Has Dr. Fauci misled us about masks?

Have you received your covid-19 vaccine yet? We hope so because, if you have, you aren’t contagious, don’t carry the virus and should not get it from others. That’s the official word from … more

The world’s most exclusive club

As a taxpayer, you pay Nancy Pelosi $223,500 a year for what she does in Washington. Not exactly in the Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates Billionaires Club but it pays the bills. As a taxpayer, you pay … more

Should our state employees be back at work for us?

The lawsuit-happy American Civil Liberties Union has struck again. The ACLU of SC is suing Gov. Henry McMaster for exceeding his authority in ordering state employees back to work. But Judge … more

The legacy of Jim Holderman's fall from grace

To his admirers, former University of South Carolina president Jim Holderman was a visionary.  To his detractors, he was a con who used public funds to burnish his image as a man with … more

The case against the mainstream media

We will admit our suspicions about what the mainstream media is feeding you is based on our own perceptions and reporting. Facts are facts.  To their discredit, big daily newspapers, aided … more
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