(3 comments) Friday, February 28, 2014 A Community Response to Homophobic Legislation
A South Carolina legislator reduced funding at two state universities for their use of books that mention homosexuality. The local community's responded with clever protest, however.
(1 comments) Tuesday, January 14, 2014 Proposed State Tax Ruling Unfair, Says LGBT Advocacy Group
A proposal by South Carolina’s Dept. of Revenue won’t recognize joint tax filings by same-sex married couples, which SC Equality says results in discriminatory higher taxes, costs and inconveniences.
(8 comments) Sunday, April 7, 2013 Sanford campaign lost at sea
Mark Sanford may have won the Republican Party primary, but he's getting no support from Republican officials.
(1 comments) Monday, December 31, 2012 'I Voted?' documentary in final production
In 2010, an unknown and irrelevant Alvin Greene won a South Carolina primary completely by surprise in an election that's sure to live on in infamy for generations to come. A new documentary explores how this, and other election maladies, could be avoided.
(11 comments) Tuesday, December 18, 2012 Mass murder, mental defects and memories
The recent Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy made me take a closer look at regulations regarding gun sales, and my own personal experience with these regulations, too.