Unpredictability has been the predominant theme going into all the majors in recent years and this week’s PGA Championship on the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort is no exception.
Sixteen different players have claimed the last 16 major titles and that trend could continue as players such as the world’s top-ranked player, Luke Donald, and fourth-ranked Lee Westwood aim for their first grand slam crowns. Read More
Election year has finally arrived, well after the beginning of a turbulent and unpredictable elections season, and voting begins two days from now in the Iowa Republicans caucuses.
The few days of post-Christmas polling have shown the numbers oscillating and opinion changing in ways it hadn't been earlier in the campaign. Read More
WHAT: Bank of America, which is contracted to administer South Carolina’s unemployment benefits, has been accused of charging low-income users numerous prepaid debit card fees not allowed in other states with similar arrangements.HOW: Bank of America charges South Carolina prepaid debit card users $1.50 to visit an out-of-network ATM. Unemployed people living in rural areas without BofA branches must either drive long distances or pay the fees to get their cash. Read More
According to Politico and the Associated Press there have been mass resignations at the top level of Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign. Read More
Local officials for the International Association of Aerospace Workers and Machinists (IAAWM) boasted about how political donations by the union's political action committee “gains your Union access to officials, which is critical to get our issues addressed and ensure our input is heard.” Read More
Illinois Democrats’ congressional redistricting map has been releas Read More
Losing control of the narrative: The headlines on morning three of the post-Osama era are not good for the White House. Read More
So the Obama administration is now telling companies where they can build their factories. That’s the takeaway from the National Labor Relation Board’s action challenging Boeing’s ongoing plans to set up a plant in North Charleston, South Caroline, to build the 787 Dreamliner. Read More
If Sen. James Clyburn, D-S.C., really thinks that censorship is the answer to the threat of political violence, perhaps he ought to consider that Egypt has just restored Internet and Blackberry services because of how ineffective it was in preventing protests. From Electronista: Read More
The weakest part of our political system, by a considerable margin, is the presidential nominating process. It tends to exclude from consideration those with the greatest experience in what is uniquely the president's responsibility, foreign policy and military strategy. Read More