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People taking advantage of "Ice on Main," an annual event in Greenville Downtown, South Carolina. Ice on Main will continue to be open every night until Monday, January 20th, 2020.

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Downtown visitors skate on "Ice on Main" at night under the lights.

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How many have heard that adage? To those of us who attended high school in the forties, it was the sentence that was used to teach us how to type. WW II was raging in both Europe and Asia at the time. In addition to teaching us typing, it was used to remind us that we needed to support America in the war effort by buying War Bonds and teach us that we might one day be called upon to serve in the Armed Forces, or support the war effort in some other way. I edged up to about 30 words per minute. I dropped out of school at the age of 16 and enlisted in the Army on July 17, 1950, just after the start of the Korea War. Of course, it was not called a war, but a “Police Action” by then President Truman. It was later that it was dubbed “THE FORGOTTEN WAR” by U.S. News & World Report - Oct. 1951. Technically it was not a war. No declaration of war was ever voted on by Congress.

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 Large Christmas Tree on Main Street in Greenville help put people in the Christmas spirit.

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 Brian Boughner and band entertain downtown Greenville passerbys during Christmas Holidays.

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The National Law Enforcement Museum Commemorative Coin Act signed into law on Friday, December 20, 2019.

WASHINGTON, DC — The National Law Enforcement Museum at the Motorola Solutions Foundation Building is pleased to announce that President Donald J. Trump has signed the National Law Enforcement Museum Commemorative Coin Act into law. The bill, officially known as H.R. 1865, recently passed both the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate.

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Since Henry McMaster became governor in 2017, the state’s tourism agency has received more than $675,000 from renting the historic Lace House at the Governor’s Mansion complex in downtown Columbia, records show.

But the S.C. Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism (SCPRT)  ) – whose director, Duane Parrish, is a member of McMaster’s Cabinet – won’t reveal who has rented the public building, contending it would be an “unreasonable invasion of privacy” under the state Freedom of Information Act.

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As the impeachment/coup against President Trump marches on, Judicial Watch is taking the lead on exposing the full truth about the various Deep State officials at the center of some the controversies at issue.

We just filed Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits against both the DOJ and CIA for CIA analyst Eric Ciaramella’s communications. He reportedly worked on Ukraine issues while on detail to both the Obama and Trump White Houses.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Congress is poised to pass another pair of omnibus spending bills this week, which will not contain an anticipated expansion of foreign abortion funding but will allow the abortion industry's current federal funding to continue.

The U.S. House of Representatives voted 208 to 138 Tuesday to approve a $1.4 trillion pair of spending bills to fund the federal government and avoid a government shutdown over the holidays. The Senate is expected to pass it as late as Friday, and President Donald Trump is expected to sign it into law. (The President has now signed the bill.)

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