Opinion

Letters to the Editor

Myrtle Beach is not a good steward of taxpayer money

According to Mark Kruea, public information director for Myrtle Beach: “When RIDE III kicks in county-wide on May 1, it will add one additional penny’s worth of tax to everything on the list except unprepared food, which will remain at zero. Beginning May 1, the county’s retail sales tax then will be 8 percent; Myrtle Beach’s will be 9 percent.”

Letters to the Editor

Ban and boycott all those who oppose Trump

America spoke on Nov. 8, and a new president was elected, a new president who did what some thought was impossible and successfully turned blue states red for the first time in decades. He tirelessly visited every state, sometimes four states in one day. His mission was to speak to the people, not the elitists, and those people turned out in masses and historically voted for him to be president of our great country.

Editorials

The real voter fraud is the falsehood that it’s common

President Trump, who refuses to believe he lost the popular vote to Hillary Clinton in November by 3 million votes, must be overjoyed at an outrageous sentence imposed on a Texas woman, Rosa Maria Ortega, 37, for voter fraud. Ortega, a mother of four brought to the United States as an infant, was sentenced to eight years in prison and fined $5,000 for voting illegally in elections in 2012 and 2014. She'll also likely be deported.

Letters to the Editor

Flynn is just the first target

If we are to believe the Trump White House, National Security Adviser Michael Flynn just resigned because he lied about his conversations with Russia’s ambassador to the vice president. As White House senior counselor Kellyanne Conway told NBC’s “Today Show” on Tuesday: “Misleading the vice president really was the key here.”

Letters to the Editor

If Trump succeeds, we succeed

Does President Donald Trump trust communist Russia but distrust our intelligence agencies? Will Trump stand up to Russia, an adversary of the United States, a country that wants to spread its communist totalitarianism to Europe, the Middle East and North America?  

Videos

Walter Wysk Hosts Asian Exchange Students

Walter Wysk is hosting two 16-year-old exchange students. Yu-Kuei "Arthur" Chen , of Taiwan (right) and Wasawat (Pooh) Wongcharatrawee of Thailand.
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Walter Wysk Hosts Asian Exchange Students

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