As the Daily Counter has been paying very close attention to one of the major runoff elections in South Carolina, which is Senator Luke Rankin and his opponent John Gallman, it has become very clear that Sen. Rankin is aware he will lose. On election day Sen. Rankin received 41.37% […]
Since the onset of Covid-19 many people have discovered that the wheels of justice have turned slower or not at all for their cases. During this State of Emergency, many local and State Courts have closed or are working strictly remotely. As we all know the saying “The Wheels of […]
South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster’s extended South Carolina’s State of Emergency for another 15 days. But has lifted the restrictions on occupancy rates for several retail businesses and has allowed the re-opening of bowling alleys. “We also must continue our methodical approach towards getting South Carolinians back to work and […]
On June 4th, 2020 Sheriff Leon Lott and Columbia Police Chief Skip Holbrook announced the arrest of 4 rioters from the May 30th, 2020 protests in downtown Columbia. Marshall Everett French, 22, of Gilbert, Datrion Gamble, 23, of Columbia; Marcelo Woods, 27, of Columbia; and Randal Metcalf, 31, of Gaston; […]
We interviewed Ms. Nancy Barton of Sistercare for the Midlands concerning Domestic Violence and the services they have available for victims and their families. Sistercare can be reached at there website here: sistercare.org
Ms. Isaak’s Firm can be reached here :http://protectingmen.com/ We spoke with Ms. Isaak on the matter of shared parenting and how the Family Court Judicial System needs reforming.
In the State of South Carolina in order to obtain a CWP (Concealed Weapons Permit) a person must take in-person a certified training course. This course covers gun safety, gun laws, allowed carrying practices, and range time to show proficiency with a firearm. South Carolina does not recognize any online […]
Since the onset of Covid-19 the people of South Carolina have remained divided on how best to combat this pandemic, and maintain a functioning economy, along with many other issues. One half of South Carolinians continues to push for the full reopening of South Carolina. This means opening up all […]
South Carolina judicial elections and many S.C. judges are a hot mess. If the public doesn’t trust the S.C. judicial branch then that branch might as well not exist. It would be one thing if someone would have to make up stories about bad judges. However, the problem is actually finding a good S.C. judge these days.
We were honored to interview Dr. Mark Roseman on Thursday on the subject of Shared Parenting. Dr. Roseman is an expert in high conflict and child custody. He has worked in the co-parenting field since 1999 when he served as Assistant Director for Child Access Services with the Children’s […]