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In "The Great ESPN Pile-On," The Wall Street Journal's Jason Gay writes, "Another controversy has the sports network fending off accusations of bias - and the anger of the president." The latest uproar concerns the "SportsCenter" anchor Jemele … more
The Charleston Post and Courier urges S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster to join opposition to coastal drilling. Every single coastal South Carolina government has formally opposed offshore oil drilling. So have Reps. Mark Sanford, R-S.C., Tom Rice, … more
From remarks by Robert M. Morgenthau, formerly Manhattan's district attorney, at the General Grant National Memorial, June 6, 2016: In the aftermath of the Civil War, Mark Twain remarked upon this great mystery: how it could be that physical … more
In "Trump's Tangle of Rhetorical Inadequacy," The Wall Street Journal's Peggy Noonan writes, "A gifted leader might make the case for building more statues rather than tearing down the ones we have." The Tear It Down movement is driven by the … more
In "Trump Loses Corporate America," The Wall Street Journal's Holman Jenkins writes, "There is no point in taking brickbats for a president who does not deliver." Companies get in bed with politicians when it serves their interests and are quick … more
Maureen Dowd of The New York Times writes, "Bobby Sticks It to Trump" in a column about special counsel Robert Mueller III and Donald Trump. We are in for an epic clash between two septuagenarians who both came from wealthy New York families and … more
Of special note on this page today is the Editorial on the right titled, "Solid choices for school board." Since 2011, the Sumter School District Board has been through consolidation, a controversial unknown superintendent followed by what turned … more
In The Wall Street Journal, Dan Henninger discusses, "The White House C-Words - Words unheard from Anthony Scaramucci: credibility, coherence and consistency." Years from now, anthropologists will struggle to explain how Anthony Scaramucci became … more
The Charleston Post and Courier discusses a "Path forward for immigrants." Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., cares enough about the future of immigrants brought to the United States as children that he's willing to stake his career on it. "To the … more
The Wall Street Journal's Jason Gay asks, "Could football ever end?" It seems crazy to imagine the end of football. The game is so beloved, so profitable, and, frankly, such a cultural mirror that it feels like a permanent feature of American … more
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