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A tempting new candidate for Senate

Myrtle Beach – The 2010 race to become South Carolina’s next representative in the United States Senate has taken a startling twist today, as a new candidate is poised to enter the race.

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Poor South Carolinians Vow to Breed Faster

Columbia – In a show of defiance to lieutenant governor Andre Bauer’s recent comments comparing the poor to stray animals, the Palmetto State’s ‘Coalition of the Hungry’ group has issued a statement pledging to ‘copulate like rabbits,’ if the charitable-minded insist on continuing to feed them.

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Censured, Graham begs Charleston GOP for forgiveness

Charleston – On Monday, the Charleston County Republican Party censured Sen. Lindsey Graham for “many of the positions he has taken that do not represent the wishes of the people of Charleston County SC, such as: passing a “Cap & Trade” energy bill, bailing out banks, and granting amnesty for illegal aliens.”

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Sen. Robert Ford wins first SC governor debate

Orangeburg – It was an unusual format for a debate and it had unexpected results. You wouldn’t expect to have a clear victor in a two-party, ten-way debate, but the near unanimous verdict is that state Sen. Robert Ford (D-Charleston) was the hands-down winner tonight.

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Coca-Cola introduces “Throwback Coke” with real cocaine

Anderson – The Coca-Cola company, headquartered in nearby Atlanta, has chosen Anderson as a test market for their latest product, Throwback Coke.

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Google’s new South Carolina data center already full

Goose Creek – Google’s multi-million dollar data center, opened less than a year ago here in Berkeley County is apparently full and no longer accepting out-of-state information.

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Santee Cooper moves boldly into “energy future”

Myrtle Beach – Santee Cooper held a press conference today announcing what they describe as a “bold new strategy” that will lead the way to South Carolina’s “energy future.”

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South Carolina’s Fire Sale on Water

Columbia – South Carolina’s Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is proposing a new program that could potentially raise tens of millions of dollars for out cash-strapped state by selling water rights.

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