Jeff Morris of the Palmetto Chapter of Folds of Honor Will Speak to the Upstate Republican Women
- By Upstate Republican Women
Make your plans to join us!
Please mark your calendars for Monday, August 19, 2019 for our upcoming meeting.
RSVP by August 15 at 6pm
We will have our Jeff Morris of the Palmetto Chapter of Folds of Honor
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16th Regiment SCV Camp 36 Annual Picnic
- By Barry Kay
16th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp 36 had their annual picnic on July 27th. It was a good, relaxing time of food and fellowship with the blessing of good weather as a bonus.
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Motives in Recent Mass Shootings Should Include Impact of Violent Video Games
- By Bob Adelmann - The New American
As hundreds of law-enforcement personnel and forensic examiners explore the three shootings over the past week, searching for motives behind the violence, one common element keeps bubbling to the surface: anger.
It surfaced when the Garlic Festival shooter, 19-year-old Santino Legan, told a witness that he was shooting people there “because I’m really angry.” He left a clue on Instagram, referring his readers to a rancid, racist, and anti-Semitic book that was so hateful and vitriolic that it was banned for several years.
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Places with the Best Budgeters South Carolina
- By Steve Sabato
The above map highlights the counties with the best budgeters. This study takes into account consumer expenditures as a percent of personal income, net wealth as a percent of personal income and bankruptcies per 1,000 people. Scroll below to view the results of our data analysis, as well as the methodology for the study.
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- By Tony Dunn
With each new day, Greenville gets a little larger. Construction gonig on over the city. Pictured here on the site of the old Greenville News building contruction continues on Falls Tower Camperdown.
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Billy Graham Rapid Response Team Chaplains Respond to Mass Shootings
- By Christian Newswire
CHARLOTTE, N.C -- Teams of crisis-trained chaplains with the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team (RRT) are on their way to El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, following a pair of shootings over the weekend. News reports say 20 people have died and 26 others were injured in El Paso. In Dayton, an additional nine people were killed and 26 people were hurt. RRT chaplains at both sites will work alongside government officials, churches, first responders and with the community at large to provide emotional and spiritual care.
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Gillette Comes within a Whisker of Disaster
- By Tony Perkins - Family Research Council
"Your stupid boycotts will never make a dent in a company like P&G," one liberal scoffed back in January. Turns out, they didn't just make a dent. After a string of male-bashing, transgender shaving ads, the parent company of Gillette got nicked so badly, market experts wonder if the brand will survive. Gillette's CEO insists the radical activism was "worth the price." Let's hope so -- because so far, that price is a whopping $8 billion dollars.
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