Hold onto your hats because a flurry of personal attacks is forecast against Myrtle Beach candidates who are perceived to be a threat to those who want to maintain the unacceptable status quo. This media storm will be made possible by hundreds of thousands in PAC money.
The NRA should not just be an association that wants to put guns into the hands of everybody. It should be an association that helps us protect ourselves. This includes keeping guns out of the hands of people that shouldn’t have them. While we can ask ourselves, does the government have the right to decide who should and shouldn’t have guns, there is little doubt that the private sector should be able to help make that determination.
I am writing this letter with a heavy heart, after reading the letter in your Oct. 5 edition from the Myrtle Beach mother with sons with Autism. The mom reported that she had been embarrassed and humiliated in the school car line, and that, in effect, the schools no longer would educate her children. She wrote: "Teachers no longer teach; they just judge."
As we all are well aware, President Donald Trump made his feelings known with respect to professional athletes kneeling during the playing of our national anthem to protest perceived social injustice. As expected, players took a knee.
Recently, I was visiting Myrtle Beach and planned to pick up tickets for the Temptations early from the will call window at Alabama Theater to avoid a last-minute rush. With no one in parking lot at that time of day, I ran over an island that designated the next row of parking was at a different angle than the one I was on. Needless to say, two tires and beneath my car had a lot of damage.
In the midst of a nation in a state of uncertainty and chaos, a Supreme Court decision maybe one that brings some stability to our electoral process. It could be the end to gerrymandering and restoration of a core principle of the Constitution, "one person; one vote."
I’m extremely disappointed in Georgetown County Council candidate Bill Hills for trying to take credit for the U.S. 17 Business pedestrian crosswalk project in Murrells Inlet. In a recent letter to the editor, he wrote of the project, “I worked and it happened.”
The Resistance began following Donald Trump’s inauguration as millions of Republicans, Democrats, the Armed Forces, CEOs, world leaders, actors, sports stars, journalists and others have joined forces to defend a democracy at risk.
As we all are well aware, President Trump made his feelings known with respect to professional athletes kneeling during the playing of our national anthem to protest perceived social injustice in this country. As expected, players took a knee, not in protest of social injustice, but in reaction to the president’s saying that this disrespect is worthy of them being fired.
Seth June entered the 15th Circuit drug court, resisting the path to sobriety that was set before him. A year later, he says, the program saved his life. He is now a top honor student at Horry Georgetown Technical College, a realtor and a peer counselor to others battling addiction.
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