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Power corrupts, Absolute power corrupts absolutely

October 8, 2010

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Alvin Greene Has an Awesome New Campaign Strategy

Karen gets fanciful, and I like it

The GOP’s Donnie Brasco

In South Carolina, Hirni caught the attention of state Republican Party Chairman Karen Floyd, who wanted to offer Hirni the job of the party’s executive director. ~Daily Beast

Pelosi Ties Are Sinking Spratt

Website launched by group critical of Haley

Candidates play peek-a-boo with public

Haley says she will draft budget

Nikki Haley’s decision to prepare a detailed Executive Budget is good news. This will make her a stronger governor and will actually enable her to do what she has said in many speeches, to wit, let the Legislature know her priorities in advance.

Politicians are not usually super people, but they are usually super listeners. Chalk one up for Haley as a super listener.  ~ Christina Jeffrey

Sanford: Gas tax a bad idea

Graham takes health care petition to Washington

Morris: Why SC will beat No.1 Alabama

Aiken Standard: Attorney: Candidate Greene was just flirting with student

Congressman attacks opponent over land deal

Charleston chef challenges DeMint

Anderson Independent: Candidates clash on Social Security, health care

Pickens school board to allow public comment on bond resolution

Leaders say little time offered for complaints during accommodations-tax hearing

Carolina Politics Online: Haley, Scott Speak Out Against ObamaCare

FITSNews: Jobs Shed, Rate Holds

Hirni … Hirni …

Greenville News: 5 to vie Tuesday to fill District 21 seat

3rd District candidates discuss debt, campaign finances at forum

Mark Sanford says he opposes any gas tax hike

Post & Courier: Lawsuit takes on Berkeley sign law

Tougher stance urged on illegals

Tax change panel hears Lowcountry opposition

Herald-Journal: Graham plans bill to let SC to opt out of ‘Obamacare’

The Herald: Haley, Sheheen not releasing schedules

Haley, Sheheen seek votes in Rock Hill today

Tax reform plan would hinder local control over taxes, state panel told

Republican hopeful Mulvaney defends past land deal

The State: GOP donates $50,000 to attorney general candidate

Spratt ad focuses on challenger’s land deal

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