Back From China? →
By some measures, the American steel industry has been dying for decades—a casualty of its failure to modernize and keep up with state-subsidized foreign competition. United States Steel, once the nation’s largest private-sector employer, had more than 340,000 workers on its payrolls in the 1940s. Today, it has roughly 50,000, spread across the U.S., Canada, and Eastern Europe.
Nikki Haley battles critics on ports | The Post... →
COLUMBIA — Gov. Nikki Haley used her bully pulpit Monday to send a message to her critics: She did not sell South Carolina down the river.
Unemployedworkers.Org Will Deliver Petition to... →
This coming Wednesday, Nov. 30, we’ll be delivering our Petition to Congress to Renew Federal Unemployment Insurance for 2012.
Propeller Club to elect officers in January →
Officers will be elected and bylaws approved during the first official meeting of the Georgetown Propeller Club.
Police body slam leaves grandpa bloody,... →
After one man’s grandson got trampled, he put the video game he was holding in his waistband in order to free up his hands and lift the boy out of the crowd, according to KSAZ.
Mick Mulvaney: The Ultimate Koch →
Mick Mulvaney is owned by corporate interests. And despite what he tries to sell to the people in his home state, he’s too busy doing the deeds of those who have bought him.
SC Ports chief reiterates importance of US seaport... →
SC Ports chief reiterates importance of investment in nations’ ports
CBO states Obama economic stimulus created or... →
President Barack Obama’s 2009 economic stimulus bill which was passed in Congress during the first month of his Administration and which received opposition from all but three Congressional Republicans has thus far resulted in the employment for 5 million or more Americans according to the Congressional Budget Office’s 2011 third quarter ARRA accounting report released on Tuesday.
The Politics of Jamie Sanderson on REDDIT →
Tea Party Freshmen Made Turkeys Out Of People →
Don’t just take it from me. I have always stated the obvious. These elected cronies people fell in love with in 2010 are nothing more than scam artists.
Fox News’ ‘Pepper Spray is a Food’ and Other Media... →
A Fox News on-air discussion and a column published in the Huffington Post both ridiculed the roughly one dozen students who were pepper sprayed at point-blank range by campus police officers while peacefully and nonviolently demonstrating at the University of California—Davis.
Truth Wins Out - South Carolina Yokel Rushes to... →
Senator Jim DeMint, who is probably the most embarrassing member of the United States Senate overall, is extremely concerned about President Obama’s nomination of a non-bigot as our ambassador to El Salvador. You see, the nominee, Mari Carmen Aponte, wrote an op-ed piece where she praised the Salvadorean government for working to protect all its citizens.
CREW Calls for Supreme Court to Televise Health... →
Washington, D.C. – Today Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) and a broad coalition of organizations called for the Supreme Court to allow the live telecast of the unusual 5½ hours of oral arguments in the cases surrounding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
The Politics of Jamie Sanderson: Who is November's... →
Thanksgiving is just a few days away, but here in Washington, the turkeys have been on parade all month. We’ve caught politicians gobbling up corporate dollars, others cooking up lies, and even a presidential candidate offering a half-baked attempt to subvert our election laws. Thankfully, you can call out this boorish behavior by naming one of them CREW’s Scoundrel of the Month!
The Politics of Jamie Sanderson: MegaVote: SC 1st,... →
Recent Congressional Votes Senate: Fiscal 2012 Agriculture Appropriations House: National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act of 2011 House: Fiscal 2012 Agriculture Appropriations House: Proposing a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution of the United States
Myrtle Beach meeting updates residents on... →
The group “I-73 for S.C.” facilitated the two hour long meeting at Sandy Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Myrtle Beach in hopes of educating locals on I-73’s potential impact including job creation, tourism growth and economic development.