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Editor’s Note: This Letter to the Editor Originally appeared on January 7, 2020 it is re-posted here for continuity in our transition.
What is a Republican? Locally all it means is that the person in question wrote an “R” in a box. It means nothing more or nothing less. Some say a Republican stands for, “God, country and family”. Others might say a Republican stands for “limited government, limited spending, and low taxes”.
Nearing the end of Black History Month, the Democratic presidential nomination contest is in a full envenerating gallop towards South Carolina: the first opportunity for a significant black population, the party’s most loyal constituency, to vote in these contests.
I was very disappointed when I read recently that Councilmember Michael Blue is going to co-sponsor an increase of $1 in Recordation Fees. You might think I’m being stingy, and rightly so. Right now our Recordation Fee is $6.00 per $500, if passed the $1 increase would take it to $7.00 per $500.
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In his 2018 book “The Increasingly United States,” Daniel J. Hopkins summarizes the circumstances surrounding state and local politics. In it, he looks at the factors that have made national politics the dominant focus for American citizens. The gist of his book is that Americans’ interest in politics at the national level has remained steady over the years, while interest in state and local politics has declined considerably.
HB 4 – LONG GUN REGISTRATION “BACK-GROUND CHECK” BILL Similar to the handgun board fight, the same last two weeks have been packed with fighting a dangerous registration bill of rifle and shotgun transfers requiring back-ground checks, which the Democrats have touted as their premier “gun control” legislative goal.
CONCEALED CARRY HANDGUN BOARD VOTE FALLS ONLY FIVE VOTES SHORT OF SUSTAINING THE GOVERNOR’S VETO