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Salem-News.com (Jan-13-2013 15:31)
Racist T-Shirt Portraying Obama as a Witch Doctor is Popular at SC Tea Party ConventionSalem-News.com
Let’s hope that these people don’t represent South Carolina, where this kind of thinking comes from.
(WASHINGTON DC) -
President Obama’s healthcare bill has upset millions of Americans and some of them are responding in ways that are downright disrespectful and racist. A new t-shirt that is popular at the Tea Party convention in South Carolina features President Obama with a bone through his nose. The shirt says that Obama is “your new doctor, coming soon to a clinic near you!”
Salem-News.com (Jun-25-2012 13:11)
Mother Receives Bill to Clean her Dead Son`s Blood After he was Killed by Drunk DriverSalem-News.com
“I had to pay for the vehicle removed and to clean up the street from Justin’s blood on the ground.” - Loretta Robinson
(GREENVILLE, S.C. KultureKritic) -
Loretta Robinson, a mother in South Carolina, was hit with tragedy when she found out that her son was killed by a drunken driver. Adding insult to injury, the state has sent her a bill for the cleanup of her son’s blood off the highway.
Salem-News.com (Jan-25-2012 17:22)
953 Dead People Voted in Recent ElectionsSalem-News.com
676 cast ballots from two months to 76 months after death.
(COLUMBIA, S.C.) -
South Carolina's Attorney General sent word to the US Attorney for South Carolina, Bill Nettles, of data suggesting potential voter fraud in South Carolina.
Salem-News.com (Jan-23-2012 17:10)
Marianne Skolek Named `Investigative Reporter` by Salem-News.comSalem-News.com
The title is an appropriate, overdue move in our history.
As a dedicated writer, Marianne Skolek, who has generated 130 articles for Salem-News.com, has been named 'Investigative Reporter' by the group's News Editor, Tim King.
Salem-News.com (Jul-31-2011 13:54)
Right-To-Work-For-Less LawsRalph E. Stone Salem-News.com
Unions are the only large-scale movement left in America that persistently acts as a countervailing balance against corporate power.
(SAN FRANCISCO) - While vacationing in Charleston, South Carolina earlier this year, the local media were full of editorials critical of the April 20, 2011, complaint issued by the National Labor Relations Board against Boeing Company.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Apr-30-2011 22:59)
`Strange, isn`t it? Each Man`s Life Touches so Many Other Lives.`Marianne Skolek Salem-News.com
Title is a line by Clarence the Angel from "It's a Wonderful Life"
(MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.) -
As any parent who has lost a child knows, the anniversary of the death of the child is a reminder of the hole we carry in our hearts every day. My daughter, Jill died nine years ago on April 29. I was fortunate to be Jill's mommy (she never called me mom) for 29 years on earth.
Salem-News.com (Mar-31-2011 15:31)
Buy Cable TV, Get a Free GunDon Monkerud for Salem-News.com
Meanwhile GOP presidential contenders support a moral crusade to save America.
(APTOS, Calif.) -
Guns in churches, schools and bars. Immigrants expelled to solve financial problems. Morality praised as the key national issue.
Salem-News.com (Sep-23-2010 12:30)
`Red Alert! Red Alert!`Marianne Skolek Salem-News.com
Words our children should never hear over a loudspeaker while in the safety of their school.
(MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.) -
This past Tuesday at approximately 2:30 pm, I received a telephone call from my 15 year old grandson, Brian. "Nonie are you watching the news?"
Salem-News.com (Apr-19-2010 20:11)
California and Oregon Nurseries Prevail in South Carolina Trade-Restraint LawsuitSalem-News.com
"If the principle of federal preemption had been undermined, then the door would swing open to a patchwork of regulation among the states and marketplace chaos would ensue" - OAN executive director John Aguirre
The California Association of Nurseries and Garden Centers and the Oregon Association of Nurseries successfully resolved a federal lawsuit against South Carolina today.
Salem-News.com (Nov-23-2009 23:58)
Amber Alert Issued for One-Month Old South Carolina BoySalem-News.com
Anyone with information is asked to call the North Charleston Police Department at 843-822-1128 or dial 911.
(NORTH CHARLESTON, N.C.) -
The State of South Carolina issued an Amber Alert Monday night, November 23rd, after a boy was abducted in North Charleston.
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