South Carolina

Paper reveals SC gov's romantic e-mail exchange

A newspaper publishing the private e-mails of the SC Governor. I thought only bloggers did this, especially given the righteous lectures you heard in NW Ohio :)
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COLUMBIA, S.C. – Just after South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford admitted to a yearlong extramarital affair, his state's largest newspaper posted online romantic, suggestive e-mails that it says were exchanged between the chief executive and his Argentinian lover.

The State of Columbia redacted the full name of the woman, identifying her only as "Maria," but their contents clearly show they were more than friends.

LATTA, CONGRESSIONAL SPORTSMEN'S CAUCUS PEN LETTER TO DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY TO PROTECT KNIFE OWNERS, MANUFACTURERS

WASHINGTON - Congressman Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green), in conjunction
with The Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus today urged U.S. Department of
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano to withdraw the notice of
proposed revocation of treatment relating to the admissibility of
certain knives with spring assisted opening mechanisms by the Office of
Customs and Border Patrol.

The proposed regulation could have severe implications on all knives,
not just assisted-opening knives, and would designate these knives as

CNN Reports Obama Under Fire

CNN Reports-

COLUMBIA, South Carolina (CNN) -- Democratic Sen. Barack Obama kicked off a series of local outreach gospel concerts Friday in Charleston, South Carolina, that unexpectedly came back to bite his campaign.

The concerts were meant to boost black voters' support for his presidential nominee bid -- the kind of events that would normally fly under the national radar.

Michigan GOP wants to ban Ron Paul

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP)

Odds & Sods:Womans life saved because she had a cigarette

ROCK HILL, S.C.

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