On December 20, this country more or less quietly marked the sesquicentennial anniversary of the day South Carolina drafted secession papers and formally seceded from the United States of America in 1860. Their secession was ratified on December 24, four days later. At issue for them was the nebulous idea of states’ rights entangled with […]Read more "A House Still Divided: 150 Years Since the March to the Civil War"
Within the past year or so, Americans have heard the words “South Carolina” and “Representative” or “Congressperson” in the “Lieutenant governor” and “Governor” same sentence and phrasing. Nothing really odd about the “Representative” or “Congressman” but really, we’ve been hearing a lot about South Carolina politics. South Carolina state politics are like that of New […]Read more "Why They Don’t Like Us and Why We Don’t Like Them: It’s Because of South Carolina"