Greenville GOP October 2021 Meeting

Date was Changed: Greenville County Republican Party October Business Meeting will be held on OCTOBER 11th, 2021.

Open to public - bring a conservative friend and neighbor - GET INVOLVED!!!

Join us at the 6PM "Action Hour" to meet fellow Republicans, learn about volunteer opportunities and join GCGOP Committees

GCGOP Business Meeting

6:00PM - ACTION HOUR & Credentialing

7PM - Meeting Starts

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In a rare move last month, attorneys asked a judge to order the “civil” arrest of prominent Hampton County lawyer Alex Murdaugh to compel him to pay their clients – the sons of a Murdaugh family housekeeper who died in 2018 after a reported fall in his home – from a multimillion-dollar settlement stemming from the death.

State law generally bans arrests in civil actions. But under an obscure law – the origins of which date to the 1800s – cited in the Murdaugh case, an arrest can be made in a civil case for “money received or property embezzled or fraudulently misapplied” by certain public or private officials, including attorneys.

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Post 214 The Blood Connection

Saturday 9 October, American Legion Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. held their first blood drive.  The Blood Connection had a good turn out.  - Photo by Tony A. Dunn.

Tony Dunn Gives Blood at Post 214

Tony Dunn was one of many to give blood on behalf of Post 214.  - Photo by Stuart McClure

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1st Annual Community Parking Lot Sale
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Fall For Greenville 04

The rains went away and the crowds of people turned out for Fall for Greenville 2021

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Any parent who has watched or testified before a school board meeting understands how challenging it is to be heard and how often the work of the board bears little resemblance to the will of the people. Even with sympathetic elected officers, engaging the educational industrial complex is hard work. And recent action by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is making the job even harder.

On October 4, 2021, the DOJ announced an effort to determine if "a disturbing spike in harassment, intimidation, and threats of violence" at school board meetings requires federal intervention by law enforcement. Citing no specific examples of such threats, Attorney General Merrick Garland explained:

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Last week, the Clemson University Board of Trustees gave president Jim Clements a five-year contract extension and an $86,200 raise through the university’s private fundraising arm, bringing his total annual salary to nearly $1 million, according to media reports.

About a third of his new salary – $318,781 – comes from the state of South Carolina. And Clements isn’t the only six-figure employee at Clemson and the University of South Carolina – the state’s two largest colleges.

The Nerve’s review of the state salary database, maintained by the S.C. Department of Administration (SCDOA), found that as of Sept. 1, a total of 2,102 USC and Clemson employees were making at least $100,000 yearly. That represented 48.5% of the 4,330 state workers in the database with salaries of at least $100,000.

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