INMAN, S.C., March 14, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ — The following is submitted by Det Bowers: This past Wednesday evening I was asked to attend the pledge signing with four other candidates seeking the US Senate seat for South Carolina. The pledge states: “We, the undersigned genuine conservative Republicans, agree to endorse whichever one of our […]
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In South Carolina Roy Costner, high school valedictorian, got a round of applause after he surprised the crowd, transitioning from his planned speech during the graduation ceremony, to a delivery of the Lord’s Prayer. Costner used his moment in the spotlight to protest the school district’s decision to bans prayer from graduation ceremonies. We […]
Yes, you read that right. Mark Sanford, the once rising star of South Carolina has announced his entry in the special congressional election scheduled for April. Sanford, became a household name when, as governor, he disappeared from the state for nearly a week. On his return, it was discovered that the married governor, had left […]
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley on Monday picked Republican Representative Tim Scott to fill the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by fellow Republican Jim DeMint.When he takes office, Scott, 47, will be the only African-American member of the Senate and the first black senator from the South since the late 1800s.Scott was elected to the […]
Colorado, New York, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota and Utah voters head to the polls today to cast their votes in the 2012 primary and run-off elections. Many of the races will be little more than going through the motions. Orin Hatch (R-UT) will likely fend off a primary challenge by a wide margin – […]
As of today I am no longer a candidate for my county council, along with many other candidates in Oconee County, South Carolina. The recent lawsuit that was filed by the democratic party in Florence County, removed every candidate who had not filed a paper copy of their economic interest statement, even though that same […]
NRA News’ Cam Edwards speaks with Spartanburg County Sheriff Chuck Wright about a story from Landrum, South Carolina where a woman defended herself against two attackers who were sexually assaulting her. The woman had her concealed-carry permit and a gun in her back pocket that she used to surprise the two criminals early in the […]
Obamacare is pushing religious organizations to perform duties and tasks that are in direct contradiction to their beliefs. Three Attorneys General from Texas, Nebraska and South Carolina have c0-written a letter to remind the Obama administration that what President Obama is asking is unconstitutional and immoral. Whether or not an American agrees with the organizations, […]
Tonight on the Dark Side we’ll talk about Newt, South Carolina and what happens next with special guest Jimmie Bise from sundriesshack.com and the popular podcast The Delivery. Also, have we lost the culture war in America? And I’ll make my always accurate predictions for the upcoming week in news. Don’t miss what is sure […]
With Rick Perry dropping out of the Presidential race mere hours before the next GOP debate, the stage in South Carolina seemed set to deliver at least a few interesting moments. Viewers did not have to wait long for fireworks. The first question out of the gate from CNN moderator John King was directed at […]
GOP Candidate Rick Santorum is releasing a new ad in South Carolina today that compares Mitt Romney to Barack Obama and restates the remark that Romney is “more liberal than Ted Kennedy on social issues”. Rich Mitchell is the Sr. Managing Editor of Conservative Daily News. His posts may contain opinions that are his own […]
Last night, in Myrtle Beach, at the Fox News Republican Debate, Ron Paul reiterated some of his thoughts on foreign policy and defense spending.
Monday night in Myrtle Beach, SC marked the 139th GOP debate in this election cycle. Well, perhaps that number is a bit high, but its close! With the number of debates ticking up month by month, there is virtually nothing new for the candidates to reveal about their platforms or positions. South Carolina was not […]