Nite Line broadcasts live Monday through Friday on WGGS-TV from 8 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. The program features local and/or nationally known guests who share their testimonies and talent. Our goal is to be an inspiration to our viewers as well as inform them of Christian and community events in the upstate.

Monday, November 9, 2020:   Tonight Pastor Benny Littlejohn welcomes Linda Gunter to promote Love Him Love Them and Feed The Hunger’s upcoming packathon, an event where participants prepare Thanksgiving meals that will go to families in need.  This program features music from The Love Him Love Them Haitian Children’s Choir.

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Dr. Herbert Tyler
Dr. Herbert Tyler

Designed to equip high school students with college course credits, a new scholarship for Legacy Early College students will honor the legacy of a life-long South Carolina educator.

North Greenville University’s (NGU) Dual Credit Program with Greenville’s Legacy Early College High School will be bolstered by the Dr. Herbert Tyler/Chick-fil-A Legacy Early College Scholarship. The funds will assist LEC junior and senior students who seek to complete dual-credit courses on the charter school’s campus in northwest Greenville.

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Post 214 Taylors SC

Members of the American Legion Post 214 of Taylors, S.C. enjoying Vietnam Veteran Bob Shearea as the evening speaker at October's general meeting.
Bob is an USC graduate and was a USAF Air Commando Pilot in Vietnam during 1968 and 1969. His decorations include the Airfare Distinguished Flying Cross and 5 Air Metals.

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PLEASE NOTE - For candidates already in an office, I have been able to check voting records. My comments reflect their voting records over the course of their tenure. For those who have never run for office before, and who claim a position, I will state their claim, but understand I have nothing by which to verify that claim. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. A photo ID is required to vote in South Carolina. Most of the info on the state and local races came from the candidate’s websites or FB pages, so the info I list as their issues came from their sites.

This is the most consequential election in our country since the 1860 election; it will decide whether or not we will live in a democratic republic or something entirely different. In most years I put this together with the aim of speaking to the GOP and those who lean that way, and even though I don’t give minor parties much ink, I don’t try and convince them to vote differently than their party preference (although I do try to convince them that my arguments are correct) or to not vote their conscience. This year our freedoms and liberties are at risk, and they are on the ballot. In SC the focus is more on the Senate than on the White House.

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ATLANTA -- The National Black Pro-Life Coalition recently announced that they filed a racial discrimination claim with the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services against Planned Parenthood, asserting they have been targeting Black women and babies for nearly half a century.

On July 20, 2020, Planned Parenthood of New York stated they "acknowledge Planned Parenthood's contributions to historical reproductive harm within communities of color." It is that historical harm that the National Black Pro-Life Coalition believes has contributed to the adverse impact Black women and their babies have faced at the hands of abortionists.

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Dr. Wood - BJU

Bob Jones University President Steve Pettit announced today the appointment of Dr. Bob Wood Jr. as vice president for enrollment and marketing at BJU. Wood will assume this position immediately. Since 2015, Wood has served as chief enrollment officer at the University.

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 Family Reseach Council Social Media

If you thought Google's cryfest after Donald Trump's election was extreme, wait a few months. Sundar Pichai's company could be on the verge of real anguish -- and not because of who wins. If you thought bipartisanship in Washington was dead, Wednesday's Senate hearing should have made it clear: there's one thing the two sides agree on, and that's reining in Big Tech. They may have different motives, but Republicans and Democrats have news for America's social media moguls -- the squirming has just begun. Unfortunately for conservatives, it will be too late. The damage in this election cycle has already been done.

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