Leading Republican Releases Complete Bruce Ohr Transcript
- By GOP Presidential
The top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee on Friday released the full transcript of the panel’s closed-door interview last year with Justice Department official Bruce Ohr.
The August interview was one of several conducted by the panel, when it was led by Republicans, as part of an investigation into decisions made by the Justice Department and FBI in 2016 amid allegations of political bias against President Trump within the department.
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S.C.’s Massive Debt Load Partly Based on Misleading State Finance Report
- By Rick Brundrett - The Nerve
When it comes to debt, the state of South Carolina is swimming in billions of it.
Yet an important report on the state’s finances, issued by Comptroller General Richard Eckstrom – the state’s chief accountant – and considered a key document by credit rating agencies in evaluating state debt, according to an expert, paints a misleading picture of South Carolina’s government structure and authority over state agencies, a review by The Nerve found.
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American Legion District 5 Meeting
- By Helga Rogers Kelley
Members from Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 Attended the American Legion District 5 meeting in Chesnee, S.C. Pictured left to right: John Lenotte, Commander Clyde Rector, Adjutant Tony Dunn, Carroll Kelley.
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Washington Center Pen Pals with Gator Basketball Teamplayer
- By Washington Center
Washington Center was a part of the SEC Playmakers Pals program and was paired with the University of Florida women’s’ basketball team. Ms. Amy Garbe’s class became pen-pals with Corey Staples, a junior guard for the Gators. The students helped to make cards and crafts to send to Corey. The students also followed the Gators basketball season; they incorporated math skills with counting points scored and comparing final scores to determine the winner of each game. They also used map skills to find where the Gators were playing and where their opponents where from. All of the students enjoyed learning more about basketball and cheering on the Florida Gators and their pen-pal, Corey. Go Gators!
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EPA Extends Application Period for Environmental Educator Awards
- By EPA
WASHINGTON (March 18, 2019) — The application period has been extended for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Presidential Innovation Award for Environmental Educators (PIAEE).
Applications are now due April 5, 2019.
EPA is seeking PIAEE awards applications that highlight environmental stewardship in one or more of the following areas:
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Tell Your Senator to Fight for Retirees
- By Eagle Forum
Democrats have been obsessed with taxing the rich, but in their efforts, they will harm the average American. Sen. Brian Schatz (D-HI) has introduced S. 647, a bill that will tax our retirement savings in 401Ks, pensions, private retirement accounts, and Roth IRAs.
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This One Argument Quickly Changes Minds on Abortion
- By Christian Newswire
LOS ANGELES -- The makers of a new pro-life movie called "7 Reasons" maintain that their film will change viewers' votes on the subject of abortion--and actually demonstrate it. The 42-minute documentary shows those who are pro-abortion changing their minds in minutes, saying that they will now vote pro-life.
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