Articles in Opinion
On paper, Saturday’s matchup between Clemson and South Carolina should be heavily tilted toward the Tigers.
Judge Steven H. John’s ruling that South Carolina’s civil asset forfeiture law violates the Fourth, Fifth and 14th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution was a victory for due process, private property rights and the protections afforded to every South Carolina citizen.
Willie says: As we gather with family and friends to give thanks for our blessings this Thanksgiving 2019, did you know the 1621 Plymouth (Massachusetts) feast and thanksgiving was prompted by a good harvest, which the Pilgrims celebrated with Native Americans, who helped them get through the previous winter by giving them food in that time of scarcity?
I’d like to start this month’s column by wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving.
Editor: I would like to thank the Seneca Police Department for its generous donations given to the Oconee Memorial Hospital Foundation in memory of my late wife, Rosemarie A. Pringle, and to thank all the people that made her happy being a part of the Seneca Police Department family.