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Opinion: Cacophony and confusion in foreign policy

When President Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed Congress on Dec. 8, 1941, the day after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the country was united behind him. The America First Committee, the largest anti-war movement in our history, which had … more

Letter to the editor: Where is the justice?

Just as the president sits in the White House preparing for his next speech, the police officer is at home awaiting his next shift. The school teacher is also at home preparing for her next day at school. But somewhere in the world, there's a little … more

Manning Pastor Sam Livingston: What's on your mind?

We humans often react to the very things that are on our minds. Oftentimes, the motive associated with a crime is deemed premeditated. This means that the person invested a lot of thought into the process before he or she committed the crime. The … more

South Carolina editorial roundup: Friday, Sept. 3, 2021

The (Charleston) Post and Courier Aug. 30 We're back to trying to protect hospitals from collapse The blessing about COVID-19 is that most people who get infected don't get very sick. Many - perhaps most - don't even realize they have … more

Sumter Pastor Joey Durham: True praise and worship is living to please God

I want you to know how much I appreciate you spending some time today with our devotion from the Open Bible Baptist Church. It is a blessing that we do not take for granted. My devotion today is titled "The Steps of a Good Man," and my text is Psalm … more

Letter to the editor: Trustees trying to bring some sanity back to schools

This is response to the nice lady who wrote a letter to the editor on Aug. 26, titled "Lives are more important than possible funding." I can't fill a page like she did, so I will hit the highlights of her letter. She seems to think that … more

Opinion: Afghanistan nightmare will never go away

Afghanistan is an unending nightmare that will never go away. We got Osama Bin Laden. We wanted to avenge the heinous deaths of Sept. 11, 2001. We were all mad, and we are still angry about what evil people did on that day. We will never forget. … more

Opinion: A Tale of Two Airlifts

"This is now on track," said White House press secretary Jen Psaki last Tuesday, "to be the largest airlift in U.S. history." On the process of bringing American citizens, Afghan partners and allies out, she continued, "I would not say that is … more

Opinion: Lessons from 9/11 that Congress members could learn

Most Americans alive 20 years ago remember where they were on Sept. 11, 2001. They remember the airplane hijackings, the attacks and the collapse of the Twin Towers. They remember the nearly 3,000 who perished. As our nation refocuses on that … more

Opinion: In Afghanistan, the worst is yet to come

Say what you will about President Joe Biden, he has stuck to his guns on ending America's 20-year involvement in Afghanistan's forever war. His decision not to delay our departure after Tuesday was fortified by hard intel that the terrorist … more

South Carolina editorial roundup: Saturday, Aug. 28, 2021

(Columbia) The State Aug. 20 Can Charleston or any city overcome its history to be anti-racist? Among the artifacts housed at the National Museum of African American History & Culture in Washington, D.C., is a poster, known as a … more

Letter to the editor: Smoak stepped up to help make a difference in Afghanistan

I am extremely proud of Chase Smoak for his efforts in getting his former Afghan interpreter with his wife out of the country. In the midst of one of the worst foreign policy disasters in recent memory, Chase (a fellow Marine veteran) stepped … more
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