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FYI: South Carolina counties weigh whether to hold GOP primary

So now all of a sudden they care about the taxpayer? And simply must save us the cost of voting?

If the "First in the South" primary is all of a sudden "unnecessary", why has the media focused on it so much (and have as long as I can remember in SC political life)? Are South Carolina counties totally broke? Why would voting be the first big expense on the books to go? I'm all for cutting taxes but why is it now, on this issue, they've decided to put their foot down? What's going on here?


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The War on Jobs, by Ron Paul

Here's a fine article from South Carolina's "The State" by guest columnist, RON PAUL...

With jobs so hard to come by for many Americans, you would think a private company deciding to create more than 1,000 jobs would be cheered by Republicans and Democrats alike.

But President Obama’s National Labor Relations Board is doing everything it can to stop Boeing from opening a new plant in North Charleston.

And as sad as it may seem, at the heart of the board’s actions is political cronyism at its absolute worst.

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