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Nicolas Knight

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The CPS Effect: Veterans, Family Court & Child Protective Services

Dion McNeil

Family Court and Child Protective Services should always consider the best interest of all children.

However, no court or government-sponsored service should be able to rip families apart, destroy lives and bankrupt veterans and rob those veterans of their hard-earned benefits. Honoring veterans and those with the courage to serve in the United States Armed Services should be done, not just with VA compensation and a “thank you for your service” but also equal parental rights for all veteran parents.


On Febuary 5th, 2020 Transportation Secretary Christy Hall received a pay increase of 31.5%, which now has her earning $251,232 from her previous salary of $190,944.  This story broke by MAAYAN SCHECHTER of The State Newspaper.  State House Representative and Senators who sit on the Head Salary Commission gave Ms. […]

S.C. Roads Are Dangerous & Decrepit, 2019 Study Says

Dion McNeil

South Carolina is known for its many potholes and bad road conditions.

A 2019 report from TRIP, a nonprofit transportation research foundation, provides a look into the conditions of South Carolina roads. TRIP conducts research on all roads in all 50 states and U.S. territories. The report about South Carolina road conditions and hazards paints a bleak picture.


Thursday night Charleston Police issued a look out for a White Chrysler 200.  The driver Albert Lee Scott 3rd, had fled from a Domestic stated Police. Officer Robert Haslip of the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office pulled over the vehicle after the call in a suburban intersection, where Scott proceeded to […]

The CPS Effect: Discrimination Against Police, First Responders By Family Courts & Child Protective Services

Dion McNeil

The Daily Counter investigated discrimination against Former, Retired, and Current Law Enforcement Officers, First Responders, and Emergency Personnel. The same Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) that can be used against US Military Veterans is often used against Law Enforcement Officers. Some of these brave men and women are subjected to stereotypes about traumatic experiences that cause PTSD. Current Law Enforcement, First Responders, and Emergency Personnel have to work long hours which means that there is less consideration given to those individuals for sole custody versus a spouse who doesn’t work as long on the daily.

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