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March 23, 2012
I’m having a hard time being funny about this when mysterious forces bigger than you are shoving you around.
Frustrated Carolinas resident Frederick Berlinger • Discussing learning that his residence, where he’s lived for 15 years, is not actually in North Carolina but South Carolina. The new changes are the result of modern surveyors redrawing the lines using modern tools and correcting minor errors in the original maps that stood for centuries. The changes affect the owners of 93 properties along the North Carolina/South Carolina border, some of whom are gas stations that could find the fireworks they sell illegal and the gas they sell suddenly more expensive to buy. Sucks to be them.
0:04 // 2 years ago
March 10, 2012

Former South Carolina Lt. Gov. Charged With Ethics Violations

  • seven charges of violating state ethics laws were leveled against former South Carolina Lieutenant Governor Ken Ard, who resigned Friday
  • $7k+ was spent for Mr. Ard’s direct gain according to the indictment, including over $2000 on travel, and $3000 on multiple devices from Best Buy
  • $75k funneled by Mr. Ard from personal accounts, through people claiming to be outside donors, into his campaign during the 2010 elections source

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11:46 // 2 years ago
February 8, 2012

South Carolinian adults are not so aware of the Vice President

  • 29.3% of South Carolinians don’t know the VP source

» Joe B. Anonymous: According to a recent poll conducted by Winthrop University, the above percentage of adult residents of South Carolina couldn’t name the current Vice President of the United States. In fact, 3% of those polled claimed Dick Cheney was still roaming the halls of the White House. Sounds like Joe Biden has some work to do on his name recognition, no?

21:18 // 2 years ago
February 7, 2012

South Carolina AG sues Justice Department over voter ID law

  • then The U.S. Justice Department blocked enforcement of a new law in South Carolina, which would have required government issued photo identification in order to vote at one’s polling place; Justice says the law would have inordinately disenfranchised minority voters.
  • now The attorney general of South Carolina, Alan Wilson, has sued the Justice Department, hoping to get it overturned. The Republican Party has supported the law as anti-voter fraud, with many Democrats opposed, saying it amounts to voter suppression. source

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14:59 // 2 years ago
January 22, 2012
Speaker Gingrich had a good week. It was not a great week for me. We spent a lot of time talking about tax returns and the changing result in Iowa.
Mitt Romney • Discussing his loss in South Carolina and revealing that he would finally release his tax forms after much goading. His dad, George, famously released his own tax returns when he ran for president in 1968. “I’m not going back to my dad’s year,” Mitt said, but he would (on Tuesday) release his 2010 return and an estimate of his 2011 taxes. We will not be happy until he tells us where his money pit issource (viafollow)
12:05 // 2 years ago
January 21, 2012
I think South Carolina showed southern hospitality as much as any place we’ve been.
Newt Gingrich • Making his victory speech in South Carolina Saturday night. He took the opportunity to rip the media, as he usually does. (see more)
21:32 // 2 years ago
Love the sweater, Ron Paul. ”We need to restore the Constitution, and we must restore liberty,” he says.

Love the sweater, Ron Paul. ”We need to restore the Constitution, and we must restore liberty,” he says.

20:24 // 2 years ago
19:54 // 2 years ago

Newt declares himself the winner on Twitter, asks for “knockout punch”

If you guys want to throw us a moneybomb, we’ll use it to buy Hot Pockets.

19:42 // 2 years ago
Newt Gingrich is an alpha male, and Newt just took it away from him.
CNN’s David Gergen • With perhaps the most hilarious quote of the night. (more here)
19:15 // 2 years ago