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LETTERS: Two thanks on column about forgiveness

LETTERS: Two thanks on column about forgiveness

WOW! Thank you so much for being the voice for many of us in the community and the faith-based world that believe and feel the same way. Your article [Brack, “Acts of forgiveness may be key to real power”] was so powerful and moving.

by · 08/17/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
LETTER: Horses pull heavy loads in searing heat

LETTER: Horses pull heavy loads in searing heat

Polls may be only a snapshot (“Good News; Community raises concerns about carriage horses”). 00_icon_feedbackThe reality of equines being forced to pull heavy loads (17 Adult passengers by ONE horse) for eight hours a day in searing heat and humidity day after day is a reality that citizen/taxpayers living and working in Charleston understand. It’s common sense.

by · 08/03/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
LETTER: Didn’t like “unscientific” poll on carriage horses

LETTER: Didn’t like “unscientific” poll on carriage horses

Letter: I wouldn’t put too much stock in an unscientific online poll that accompanies a distressing story about a very rare carriage mishap.

by · 07/27/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
LETTERS:  On Horne, mayor’s race

LETTERS: On Horne, mayor’s race

Hurrah for [state Rep.] Jenny Horne! She expressed the frustration what many of us white South Carolinians descended from slave owners felt about the flag flying on the Statehouse grounds.

by · 07/20/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
LETTER: Time to furl the flag

LETTER: Time to furl the flag

Excellent piece (above) on the confluence of events that helped South Carolinians — and hopefully a lot more people who treated old South enthusiasts like their dotty Uncle Fred but let them get away with their delusions by ignoring them — to begin folding the flag.

by · 06/29/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
LETTERS: Column on reaction to church shooting helped

LETTERS: Column on reaction to church shooting helped

Letters on the Charleston church shooting from Rebecca Masters, Charlotte, and Rob Whiddon, Queensland.

by · 06/22/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
LETTER:  Value of development

LETTER: Value of development

Darby letter: You, like so many others, [Brack, “State needs to stop kowtowing to developers“] are quick to be critical of Kiawah and seldom look on the positive side of the development.

by · 06/08/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
LETTERS: Stop investing in ephemeral coastal infrastructure

LETTERS: Stop investing in ephemeral coastal infrastructure

The Folly Beach County Park restoration will benefit tourism and relieve parking congestion, and has received recognition from a trade association, wonderful! But the whole concept of building groins to relieve beach erosion, however the Army Corps of Engineers may wish to sell it, is a zero-sum game in which sands trapped on one side are excavated from the other.

by · 06/01/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
LETTERS: Report on Paris, photos were a hit

LETTERS: Report on Paris, photos were a hit

I loved your article about visiting Paris and really enjoyed your photos of Monet’s garden.

by · 05/04/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
Enjoyed column about SOB (Sweet Ol’ Bubba)

Enjoyed column about SOB (Sweet Ol’ Bubba)

Over the decades, I have since met many attorneys who believed firmly that Uncle Bubba wasn’t exactly “sweet,” but that the SOB moniker was indeed appropriate.

by · 03/23/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback, Views