South Carolina Senator Luke Rankin (R-Horry) is a well-known friend of lawyers and judges in South Carolina. Bert Von Herrmann is just one of many examples of powerful and well-connected lawyers who are engaging in a social media disinformation campaign on behalf of Sen. Rankin who he has been friends with for over 20 years. We’ve highlighted Herrmann because this man advocated for judges to make more money in taxpayer dollars and that same 3% increase has caused problems during a global pandemic.
Until South Carolina does something about attorney/legislators who clearly profit off of the judges they select and give pay hikes to there will be issues with the South Carolina Judiciary and bloated government salaries. If the massive salaries were paid for by the South Carolina General Assembly then the citizens would likely not have an issue with this. However, it is the tax money of the citizens that are lining the pockets of attorney/legislators in a roundabout way. In return, those attorney/legislators have ensured that one of the few occupations that won’t suffer during the current COVID-19 pandemic are the judges in South Carolina.
It would appear South Carolina has another sickness. That sickness is known as greed.
Pitbulls have long been a demonized breed of dog. But are the things said about the breed true? Let’s find out.
The bootlicker won’t be accused of being a master of self-awareness. These are the same types of people who will justify the murder of an unarmed man for walking through a construction site, will also call the police if too many scary-looking men are wearing the same masks they called for, and if those men are gunned down then they’ll justify any amount of government fumbling or corruption. Once the desired outcome is met, to the bootlicker, it doesn’t matter how the outcome has been reached. For the sake of faux self-preservation and the control of others, these people will sacrifice lives, friends, family, their economy, and social harmony if it means they don’t have to hug their pillow as tight when they go to sleep.
An 81-year-old 100% disabled combat veteran was prevented from bringing in a cell phone that is a listening device into a courthouse because of a rule that a problematic judge has approved.
This is a follow-up story about Brenda Bryant and how the State of South Carolina has been retaliating against her. Brenda is living in exile from the state because she won a landmark South Carolina Supreme Court case.
There are many people who could be victims of domestic violence and children who could be the victims of child abuse. During this pandemic, many people may not be noticing potential victims and vulnerable people. Citizens must take responsibility for their fellow citizens and help out whenever possible. A country isn’t a country without citizens who are generally willing to help their countrymen.
Representative Gary Clary (R-Pickens) is a former South Carolina Judge who is trying to help the incarcerated get out earlier for time served. Representative Clary has performed the duties of a judge and has seen how the system can chew people up and spit them back out. Representative Clary is an outspoken judicial reform advocate. Now that COVID-19 is upon us, it is clear that more people with lesser offenses need to be released. Using the same judicial judgment from the bench, Representative Clary is trying to solve a problem that needs to be addressed in South Carolina.
Racism and a desire to disarm the Black Panther Party is the reason why open carry was banned and is now considered taboo. Just like with the 1867 Cruikshank decision, gun control legislation has an undeniable link to historical racism and oppression. The same way it is a shame if a black person doesn’t vote given the fact that civil rights leaders lost their lives for that right is the same way it would be a shame for African Americans to not own firearms.
Gun control didn’t start with saving children from a rifleman in a school or in a movie theater. It started with a word that is apart of gun control. That word is control.