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Perhaps the biggest story of the 2016 presidential election just broke presumed Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton will not be prosecuted by federal authorities in connection with her email scandal. While Clinton may have escaped indictment for transmitting classified information over a non-secure, private server , the news wasn't all good for her. Comment?
S.C. governor Nikki Haley came to Summerville, S.C. earlier this week to endorse Dorchester county councilwoman Carroll Duncan in the latter's bid to represent S.C. House district 94 . We know this because the local paper - The Summerville Journal-Scene - made a big deal about Haley's endorsement in its recent editions. Comment?
The name of U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan cannot be crossed off the list of possible 2018 South Carolina gubernatorial contenders The third district congressman said so himself, in response to a social media message posted this week by Upstate, S.C. political consultant David Carter . Duncan's status as a possible 2018 gubernatorial contender is no secret. Comment?
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz 's "First in the South" campaign got a big boost this week when it received the endorsement of fiscal conservative champion Jeff Duncan . Arguably the most consistent pro-freedom, pro-free market member of South Carolina's entire congressional delegation, Duncan said Cruz was "a candidate who has a record that matches their rhetoric and a history of following through on their word." Comment?
In a major defeat for the chronically overreaching administration of president Barack Obama , the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has blocked the Environmental Protection Agency 's "dominion over every puddle" rule. That's not surprising seeing as the judicial branch has consistently blocked this rule in the past - ruling that bodies of water must have a "significant nexus" to navigable waterways to fall under the purview of Washington, D.C. Nonetheless Obama and the EPA pushed forward - seeking to rewrite the law via the so-called "Waters of the United States" rule. Comment?
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