South Carolina’s governor-elect says she won’t allow talk show queen Oprah Winfrey access to Susan Smith, serving life in prison for killing her two sons. Nikki Haley’s decision Thursday not to grant Winfrey access to Smith continues the state Department of Corrections’ policy of prohibiting inmates from conducting interviews, The (Charleston) Post and Courier reported Friday. “While Gov.-elect Haley has great respect for Oprah, let’s be clear: Ms. Smith got […]
Just as we reported in September based on some raw data figures, The Northeast and Midwest would lose House seats while the South and Southwest would gains. Census Announces List of States’ Congressional Seat Gains/Losses The Census Bureau just completed its one duty specifically described in the Constitution — to count the number of people living in the United States and apportion them to determine how many Congressional seats go […]
Aqua Products Company, Inc., Prosperity, South Carolina, introduces the new GREEN Reverse Cycle Chiller(TM) (RCC) for heating your home or office with hot water or air conditioning with chilled water. The RCC is will also work in conjunction with the Aqua Solar Heat Pipe (APCHPL16) built with 16 high efficiency evacuated vacuum tubes to produce free hot water.
According to John W. Seppamaki, President of Aqua Products Company, “The days of affordable heating our homes or businesses are coming to an end. We are challenged to not only build new green products for the Heating & Air conditioning Industry (HVAC) but we must also develop the most efficient, flexible systems that will incorporate affordability of operations with the comfort equal to fossil fuels. We are the pioneers of the Reverse Cycle Chiller(TM) (RCC) and are proud to be a York® UPG partner. We would like to introduce the new MODEL RCS built around the York® high efficient air source heat pump. The RCS is now available using the new green, R-410A refrigerant and also carries a higher COP rating. We can now merge both our RCS heat pumps with our APCHPL16 solar panels giving us a renewable energy assist.”
Alvin Greene has decided to mad a bid for President in 2012. He related to a local radio show, that he is upset with the Democratic party’s lack of support for his Senate Bid against Senator Jim DeMint and will run as a Republican. This comes after the GOP and Tea Party got behind and African-American Candidate in SC, Tim Scott. Scott was able to beat the grand son for Strom Thurmond in the Primaries and easley beat the Democrat candidate in the Midterm. Greene figures he should get better support from the GOP.
In an earlier story we had mentioned that there were 32 African-Americans running under the Republican Banner during the 2010 Primary.
Although Most of the News has been about Florida’s Allen West and South Carolina’s Tim Scott, there are 12 other black GOP candidates looking to make history in this year’s midterms:
In their latest look at House races around the country, The Hill sees the South slipping away from Democrats in a big way. Veterans like John Spratt in South Carolina, Allen Boyd in Florida, and Jim Marshall in Georgia face almost certain defeat, according to the new polling. With the big dogs dropping, the freshmen don’t have much of a chance, either: Nowhere are Democrats more clearly threatened with heavy […]
Republican Nikki Haley remains ahead of Democratic State Senator Vincent Sheheen in the race to be South Carolina’s next governor. But she’s fallen to her lowest level of support this year and for the first time posts only a single-digit lead. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in South Carolina finds Haley, a state legislator, earning 47% support, while Sheheen picks up 38% of the vote. Four […]
The report below has huge implications for the GOP in 2012. Electoral Vote adds in South and West, Loses in the North-East and Mid-West The new analysis uses population estimates from a private demographics company and was released in conjunction with a Rhode Island meeting over the weekend and on Monday of state lawmakers from around the nation who will ultimately be figuring out the best ways to remap their […]
The latest Ramussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in South Carolina shows Haley with 50% support to Sheheen’s 33%. Four percent (4%) like some other candidate in the race, and 13% remain undecided.
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