SOME SLOPES REALLY ARE SLIPPERY
Sometimes an innocuous-sounding bill strikes at the heart of what it means to foster a well-functioning representative democracy that protects individual rights. That is the case with two bills currently in the South Carolina legislature.
First, some background. Secure and enforceable property rights are the cornerstone of any stable economic system. The absence of clearly defined and defensible property rights discourages production and investment and thus hinders economic growth. On a personal level, allowing the arbitrary seizure of property hinders the ability of individuals to improve their own wellbeing through the acquisition and improvement of property.
Read the entire article at The SC Policy Council.
Celebrities love electing liberal/progressive politicians to office. Celebrities love the regulations that dig deep into our daily lives that are put in place by liberal/progressive politicians. However, when something as cool as Uber comes along, suddenly they believe in the free market? How funny! They should not be asking their chosen leaders not to regulate Uber, they should be asking why the can industry must be regulated at all. I can answer that: money and power.
Do you know where this goes on in your neighborhood? Got IPC?
Tom Davis is just about the only person who really represents the people in South Carolina.
COLUMBIA, SC — S.C. lawmakers likely will drive home a week from Thursday without passing a plan to fix South Carolina’s crumbling roads and bridges.
With five days left to pass a road-repair plan, one senator has taken over the state Senate, arguing a $85M proposal to spend money from a state savings account proposal should include money for roads.
Continue reading this story at The Island Packet
Know your area and what goes on inside it. Take a class from Culper and do your IPC.