Local Governments’ Emergency Power Grabs
- By South Carolina Policy Council
Local governments all over the state are adopting emergency measures to combat the COVID-19 outbreak – but not all of them are making their emergency declarations and ordinances easily accessible.
State law allows local governments to pass emergency ordinances in one meeting without giving the public any notice or a chance to read them first, and a number of local governments’ emergency actions are either incompletely published, difficult to find – or not published at all, leaving citizens in the dark on what their local officials actually enacted.
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COVID-19 Financial Survival Guide - Crown Financial Offers Free Resources to Help
- By Crown Financial Ministries
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- With the COVID-19 global pandemic shutting down economies, spiking unemployment and slashing incomes, Crown Financial Ministries is offering free resources for effectively managing personal finances in a time of crisis.
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Steve Shaw for Greenville County Council District 20
- By Press Release
Steve Shaw is a long-time resident of Greenville County who is running for Greenville County Council Seat 20. He has a heart for our county, and it shows. From the work he does for local legal clients to his service on boards and in the community, Steve shows that he wants the best for Greenville County.
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Our Founders Took Freedom Very Seriously
- By Heather Sheen
Our Founders took freedom very seriously - so seriously they were even willing to risk death for it. And risk it they did - many of them literally lost their lives, if not their fortunes, in pushing back against the tyranny of King George. We take those freedoms for granted and don't realize the blood they bled, the tears they shed, and the risks they took to hand down to us a free country.
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Border Wall and Open Borders
- By Carroll Hughes
As we wake up this morning here in the cross roads community of Why, Arizona we are facing the prospects of a travel ban in Arizona. Dear readers we are enjoying the fruits of open borders that the liberals in this country have been pushing on us for years.
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The Beginning of the Lend for Churches
- By Tony Perkins - Family Research Council
"Love looks like an empty sanctuary," one pastor said. But after weeks of not gathering in person, it's the emptiness in the offering plate that's really hurting churches. And it's not necessarily the pastors' salaries or the building upkeep that worries leaders. It's the impact on ministry. "If this keeps up," one Baltimore pastor told the AP, "we can't fund all [of] our outreach to help other people." But, thanks to the Trump administration's insistence that churches be included in the virus relief, the president had good news: Help is on the way! (It just required some last-minute fixes first.)
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Nite Line Guest Line-up for April 13-17, 2020
- By Nite Line Press Release
Nite Line broadcasts live Monday through Friday on WGGS-TV from 8 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. The program features local and/or nationally known guests who share their testimonies and talent. Our goal is to be an inspiration to our viewers as well as inform them of Christian and community events in the upstate.
Monday, April 13, 2020: Tonight Pastor Keith Kelly hosts a new Nite Line program as he encourages viewers with a message of hope during the coronavirus pandemic.
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