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We mere mortals will never comprehend the discipline, courage, patience and sheer intellect it took to be Ernest Finney Jr. Men like him come along once in a generation, if we're lucky, and there's probably no one in America who fully compares to … more
Three weeks ago, I wrote a column about how both parties seem determined to lose the next elections. Since then, the pace has accelerated. The clamor is more visible - and more assiduously reported by mainstream media - among the … more
The true value of the Sumter Police Department and the work of its officers isn't told in headlines. It's those stories that aren't often shared outside of the confines of the Law Enforcement Center that demonstrate the character and caliber of our … more
Editor's note: Gov. John Kasich co-authored a New York Times op-ed with Jeb Bush Jr. about finding compassionate solutions to our nation's immigration challenges without tearing families apart. Immigration has become one of the most polarizing … more
The Republicans have passed their tax bill, without a single Democratic vote, despite low to dismal poll ratings. It's reminiscent of the passage by Democrats, without a single Republican vote, of Obamacare in March 2010. Democrats lost 63 seats … more
Sumter being a strong faith-based community that believes in the power of prayer, I thought readers might appreciate a Nov. 7 column in The Wall Street Journal by William McGurn. It's about how the people in Texas responded to the Baptist church … more
The original question the FBI investigation of the Trump campaign was to answer was a simple one: Did he do it? Did Trump, or officials with his knowledge, collude with Vladimir Putin's Russia to hack the emails of John Podesta and the DNC, and … more
Editor's note: This editorial originally ran in the Jan. 5 edition of the Post and Courier. In one of the most ill-considered actions of the Trump administration, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke delivered Thursday on the president's promise to open … more
2016 turned out to be a year in which it was wise to take Donald Trump as a political candidate seriously but not literally, in the inspired words of syndicated columnist Salena Zito. As 2017 vanishes, it's worth asking whether it's time to take … more
If you haven't checked the news recently, then that explosion you heard in the distance last night was the "Trump Russian collusion" narrative blowing up in the faces of a lot of Democrats and media people. Hillary Clinton (who has been on her … more
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