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BY: Jeremy McLellan
If you’re a Republican, you didn’t vote for Nikki Haley to be your governor. You voted for her to be the governor of everyone else.
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Fiasco. Debacle. Travesty. Clusterf*&^k. You name it. But yesterday's firing certainly was no "trick or treat."
BY: Shep Rose
No, we're not talking about basketball. In a world of radical politicians, Shep Rose wonders when we might come to a center, a mutually beneficial meeting place.
BY: Shep Rose
Recently, many people have developed an opinion on the purpose of the Second Amendment. Shep Rose is surely one of them in his take on gun control and thoughts on the purpose of the legislation.
BY: Thomas Wilkinson
Meet a candidate for Secretary of State, a mover, a shaker, and a woman with a plan. This lady may not be your typical choice on the ballot, but don't count her out, she's ready to make major changes.
BY: John F. Abess
Double bubble? More like double trouble. Blogger John Abess, along with the majority of the country, reacts to the Commander in Chief chewing gum at a World War 2 memorial service.
BY: John F. Abess
Have you heard about the new child discipline tool approved by Belgium's parliament? It's called child euthanasia. Yep, you read that right. Here's a (sarcastic) synopsis of the new law...
BY: Thomas Wilkinson
And neither can we. How can a country get to the point where the spirit of our parties blinds us, and common sense is no longer a go-to for moving forward? It's not as intentional as you might think
BY: Thomas Wilkinson
Thought about the theory of cognitive dissonance lately? Or how about UFO cults? If not—here's your refresher. It just may be the problem behind today's accuse-and-ignore style of politics...
BY: Instant Grit
Late-night comedians, 904; Carlos Danger, zip (up please). Watch Stephen Colbert and company zing Wiener while we in Charleston rejoice: BOO-YA, this pants-dropping politician is out of state
BY: Thomas Wilkinson
Did Monday night's debate between Colbert Busch and Sanford fail? Have we, as a voting public—drunk on their distilled solutions—come to accept a standard of reasoning that lacks... reason?
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Spectacle or Spectacular? Who won in this tale of two events, two options, one city, one district, one hope?
BY: Thomas Wilkinson
It used to be that sitcoms like Three's Company were our go-to for hackneyed entertainment, and 6 p.m. newscasts jerked our brains back into high gear. But have the tables turned?
BY: Rory Gruler
"Forgive him his trespasses?" Or was he kickin' it like Dr. Dre? Here's how the Twitter world is responding to the latest episode of Places Sanford Was Never Supposed To Be....
BY: Instant Grit
A few weeks ago, we published a letter from Grit blogger John Abess to our senators requesting clarification on DHS expenditures. We've got their responses here... (well, one and a half responses)
BY: Evans Craddock
This morning was as good a time as any to talk marriage equality over coffee with my mom. "People just want to be a family," she said... Can't we all relate?
BY: John F. Abess
National blog sites are abuzz with theories on what's behind the DHS's giant purchase order of ammunition, even as we face massive budget cuts. Senators, can you sort fact from fiction?
BY: John F. Abess
The doc's sit-down with the Gun was Grit through and through—that is, a fresh perspective on an issue that's got the whole country's attention
BY: John F. Abess
There's one big player in the resurgent gun debate that hasn't made the requisite media rounds—I sat down with him recently to discuss our culture, the President's stance, and big-picture solutions
BY: Renae Brabham
A nation overtaken by radicals? I believe the majority of people don't fall into these categories, but are simply classified as such because of political affiliation. Here's a quick (fake!) experiment


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