GOP Sen Scott gives floor speech on race

July 13, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, one of just two black members of the U.S. Senate and the only black Republican, said Wednesday he has been repeatedly pulled over by law enforcement and was once even stopped by a Capitol Police officer who apparently did not believe he was a […]

Mark Sanford Comments on FBI Decision

Our government can only be as strong as there is trust in it. Without this, all breaks down. In that regard, yesterday’s statement by FBI Director James Comey was not only disturbing…it even strikes me as wrong. The American system is premised on a woman holding the scales of justice as she wears a blindfold. […]

Laura Sterling Challenges Clyburn for the US House of Representatives SC District 6

June 29, 2016 US Congressional District 6 includes a part of Beaufort County and has James Clyburn as its Representative. This year Republican Laura Sterling is challenging him for a seat in the House of Representatives. Clyburn (D SC) has been in office for 23 years and that’s too long. It may partially explain why […]

Trump’s Message: Powerful & Positive In Its Simplicity

By Laura Fanelli, June 27, 2016 Well no one can deny this has been a roller coaster of a political season and we still have five months to go until Election Day. Every parent at one time or another, as a point of career encouragement has told their child, in America, anyone can grow up […]

We have No Other Choice

By Jim Dickson Beaufort, SC June 22, 2016 I will be the first to admit that I was not a Donald Trump supporter. Like most of you, I was totally surprised when he defeated several highly qualified candidates in the primary. The reality today is that he will be the Republican nominee, like it or […]

‘Anybody but Trump’ means America loses — again

“The difference between a welfare state and a totalitarian state is a matter of time.” By Mike Raymond, June 20, 2016 These wise words from Ayn Rand have been confirmed time and again throughout history. As people become more dependent upon government to provide for their needs, they are forced to abandon personal liberties and […]

80% of Life is showing up.

By Jon Smith, June 15, 2016 Yesterday’s South Carolina primary is over. 13.8% of eligible voters participated statewide with 9.89% participating in Beaufort County. Make of that what you will. If the past year’s political whirlwind has shown us anything, it is that the political process, how political parties are structured, their role in the […]

Turning Washington on its Head is Exactly What’s Needed

By Terry Wade, I worked for my first Republican candidate in 1969 and, with the exception of a decade-long hiatus as a journalist, I have voted for, contributed to and worked for Republican candidates up and down the ticket, including having the honor of playing a small part in helping to elect both Ronald Reagan […]

Opinion and Comment

Something new on the BCRP Web Site By Jon Smith, Web Site Administrator, 6/12/2016 You may have noticed on certain posts that there is a link to add your comment to the post. Please go ahead and either post your own comment or reply to any previous comments concerning the original post. This is the […]

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