Baby-Sitting Is Not a Job of Government
- By Anne Schlafly Cori, Chairman, Eagle Forum
What happened to conservatives who used to be both socially conservative and fiscally conservative? They seem to have lost their way on the empty promise of “paid family leave.” America should not and cannot afford to burden future generations with a new massive spending program and an expansion of government at the expense of families.
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Nature Taking a Seat for the Coming Winter
- By Tony Dunn
Use it or lose it. Nature claiming an unused chair near The Times Examiner office.
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Ocotober 24th Luncheon Guest Speaker
- By GCRWC
Ray Moore, Jr., has served as a campaign consultant or staff member for several major political campaigns, including former Vice President Dan Quayle's first Senate race in 1980 and former Congressman Mark Siljander's first Congressional race in 1981.
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Order Allows Seniors Access to Social Security without Strings Attached
- By Eagle Forum
On November 8, 2018, President Eunie Smith signed a coalition letter on our behalf to President Trump. The letter asked the President to undo the administrative interpretation of both the Medicare and Social Security statues which have been preventing seniors from receiving Social Security if they waive Medicare Part A coverage. This effectively forces seniors to enroll in Medicare, which was enacted to serve as a voluntary program.
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Town Houses Proposed
- By Greenville County Councilman Willis Meadows
\A request has been made to rezone the property next to the Hawks Landing Apartments on Cedar Lane Road in order to build town homes. The proposed price for the 1,800 square foot dwellings will range from $150,000 to $180,000. The property is presently owned by Woodside Church of God.
There will be a public hearing Monday, October 14th at 6:00 PM at County Square.
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Just Say Something Hosts 3rd Annual Red Ribbon 5K!
- By Phillip Clark
To kick off Red Ribbon Week, Just Say Something (JSS), formerly Greenville Family Partnership, will host their 3rd Annual Red Ribbon 5k on Saturday, October 19th from 9-11AM at the Hartness Preserve in Greenville, SC 29615. Sponsors include St. Francis Bon Secours; Eastern First; The Turning Point of SC; and Hartness Preserve. October is National Substance Abuse Prevention Month and culminates with the activities of Red Ribbon Week October 23rd – 31st. The Red Ribbon 5K is a fun way to join JSS in celebrating our collective, year-long commitment to living, learning, and loving a substance-free life!
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The System Works: Former Dallas Cop Guilty of Murder Sentenced to 10 Years
- By C. Mitchell Shaw - The New American
After a trial that lasted one week, former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger (shown) was found guilty Tuesday of the murder of an unarmed black man in his own apartment after mistakenly entering the apartment, thinking it was hers. The jury took only five hours to deliberate before reaching that verdict.
In a case that shook the nation, Guyger — after completing a 15-hour tour of duty — entered the apartment directly above her own and found the resident of that apartment, Botham Jean, sitting on the couch, watching television and eating ice cream. She proceeded to shoot him once — in the torso — ending his life. She actually fired twice, but only one shot hit its mark — center mass, a shot police are trained to take — her other shot missed Jean entirely.
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