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2010 wrap-up and thanks

In South Carolina, we truly live in interesting times. Whether that’s a curse or a blessing is a matter of opinion, but there’s no question that our state is a world leader in interesting.

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The 2010 Discusties: Person of the Year countdown #4 Will Folks

Mark Sanford may have taken a big slide down this year’s list of people who impacted South Carolina, but his former press secretary/apologist turned antagonist Will Folks has jumped into the mix at number four.

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The 2010 Discusties: Person of the Year countdown #5 Mark Sanford

It’s the start of a new year again, so it’s time to unveil this year’s eagerly-awaited Discusties, honoring the folks in and around South Carolina who had the biggest impact on our state in 2010.

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South Carolina admits “We screwed up,” creates Facebook page

Florence – In a rare act of near-unanimous contrition, South Carolinians have admitted that they used poor judgment in the past few statewide elections. In particular, the resolution drafted at the annual Meeting of Everyone in South Carolina (MESC) addresses the failings of statewide officeholders elected in 2006.

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The Sanford Chronicles: Jenny Jenny, who can I turn to?

Episode 1: Jenny Jenny, who can I turn to? finds our governor struggling with the eternal question: “Do I take this ginormous sack of money from the government, or do I fight against it a little while longer even though I’m pretty sure I’ll lose in the end?”

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