As a newcomer to South Carolina, the first thing I did was register to vote. I subscribed to three newspapers and began to try to get an understanding of those who represent me.
Editor: I would like to take this opportunity, as a third-party candidate, to respond to Jeff Duncan’s proposals regarding school shootings.
Editor: Rep. Jeff Duncan (R) came to Keowee Key in Salem on March 29, purportedly to describe how the new tax bill would help the middle class.
Editor: Great article by The Journal regarding the impact on Oconee jobs with Trump’s new steel tariffs. No surprise. Trump does “tell it like it is.”
Editor: The infamous statement made by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi when our Congress was controlled by the Democrat Party.
Editor: Instead of looking at guns as the problem, we should examine the commonalities of the shooters.
I continue to be amazed at how short-sighted people have become.
Editor: In 1966, I was a member of the 108th Training Division in Greenville. Our reserve unit was asked to help set up chairs at the new Textile Hall, now known as the TD Convention Center.
Editor: The title of Rep. Bill Sandifer’s column in the March 9 Journal should have read “Entire state WILL feel the pain of nuclear debacle” instead of “COULD” feel the pain.
Editor: Some decisions should be made by the state legislature and other decisions should be made locally by city and county councils.
So, about six-to-eight weeks ago, I saw election signs up around town. A few weeks slipped by and I panicked one day, thinking maybe I had missed it! So I began researching.
Editor: There are things I wish I’d saved. One of those was a test result from 11th grade.
Editor: Writers to the Journal often complain that President Trump is the most vilified chief executive in history.
A background investigation to purchase a gun? How ridiculous!