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Lawmaker Faces Ouster Over Duel Threat

Easley Patch | Carolyn Farr Smith and Greg Hambrick | Posted 07.14.2012 | Politics

Folks' links to his own 2010 post, where he noted that Haddon claimed, via Facebook, that Knotts had challenged him to a duel. Folks alleges that the ...

How Would Jesus Vote?

Herb Silverman | Posted 03.14.2012 | Politics
Herb Silverman

My state wasted about $100,000 trying to keep me from becoming a notary public. Most of the political leaders in South Carolina, and the lawyers advising them, knew they wouldn't prevail legally. Yet, those same politicians showed that they would rather waste time and money on a lost cause than risk the wrath and lose the votes of the state's well-organized religious right. South Carolina is known as a state that fights lost causes.