Solar energy bill good for state’s future, economy South Carolina’s Congress is not exactly known for being progressive, so it was not entirely unexpected when a bill was shot down in February which would have allowed non-utility parties (that is, anyone other than SCE&G or Duke Energy) to install solar panels.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court began hearing arguments on one of the most heated discussions in our time, and consequently, social media was aflame with the debate of same-sex rights.
New findings disprove arguments for DOMA
Gov. Haley’s solution ignorant, simplistic
Congress’s inability to decide inexcusable
Westerners must work to understand, respect other cultures' perspective
Childhood lessons still apply in US politics
Richland County GOP should respect desire for accuracy in election results
Marks not determinant of teaching quality
Trustworthy candidate crucial to US success