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Tag: South Carolina
  • Anti-Texting Laws “Microregulate” Drivers

    One of the diseases afflicting modernity is the assumption that every problem has (or should have) a solution, and every ill a cure. The latest item on the endless laundry list kept by the professional busybodies: texting and driving. An interesting battlefront on the issue of distracted driving involves dueling statistical studies surrounding whether “distracted …

  • Good news for Georgia students

    We have a new YAL group just started up at UGA! Another is already forming at Southern Polytechnic State. If you are a student at either school, email me at kmoen@campusreform.org to get involved. Actually, if you go to any school in Georgia or South Carolina, email me so we can start a YAL group …

  • Students from Georgia and South Carolina!

    Did you know that there are only a total of 4 college YAL chapters in the great states of Georgia and South Carolina? If you go to college in either of these states and want to start a YAL chapter on your campus, let me know. I work for the Leadership Institute, a non-profit, non-partisan …

  • Baseball Tournament Cancelled in Protest of S.C. Confederate Flag

    The South Carolina Capitol with Conferederate Flag. The Abraham Lincoln Memorial in Washingto D.C The Atlantic Coast Conference of Baseball, yesterday, stated it wanted to move three of its future baseball tournaments out of South Carolina in protest of the Confederate Flag which has stood at the State Capitol for ten years. According to First …

  • Turnover in the GOP

    Change is apparently coming even to the Republican Party (in South Carolina, at least), and some of it may be in a good direction: South Carolina Republicans are preparing for new leadership at both the state and local levels in a party that has come to dominate state politics over the last decade…the party’s S.C. …

  • Federal Aid Is Now Top Revenue for States

    USA Today reports that in the wake of the stimulus bill, federal funding is now the chief source of income for the states, as even South Carolina, long a traditional bastion of states’ rights, will be accepting aid: In a historic first, Uncle Sam has supplanted sales, property and income taxes as the biggest source …