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Democrat Joe Cunningham’s 2018 win in South Carolina’s traditionally Republican 1st Congressional District shocked the state two years ago. The blue wave did not survive 2020, though, and Cunningham’s 2020 loss to Nancy Mace reveals the limits of his centrist political style.
Last month, Twitter and Facebook decided to restrict access to a likely false New York Post story about Hunter Biden’s time at a Ukrainian natural gas company. These decisions should not be celebrated as a victory against “fake news” because they set a dangerous precedent for the role of Big Tech in our media.
As South Carolina first began to feel the effects of COVID-19, the USC faculty senate decided to give students the option to use a pass/fail grading system for the spring 2020 semester. In order to protect students’ mental health and academic success, the university should offer the same option for fall 2020 and all future semesters affected by the pandemic.
The confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court means if Democrats take control of the White House and the Senate, then they don’t have a choice: They must pack the court.
After looking back on another election cycle's worth of debates, one thing is clear: We need a better way of comparing presidential candidates. One solution could be making moderators less important to the debate process.
It’s often said that in the South, college football is a religion. If that’s the case, then we need a shoulder-pad-wearing Martin Luther — because college football is in an unsustainable position, and there’s no clear way out.
Restaurant workers have been one of the hardest-hit groups of workers by COVID-19, but unfair working conditions didn't appear out of nowhere six months ago.