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  • Trump’s Catholic Tweets

    07/12/2020 7:35:01 PM PDT · by ebb tide · 6 replies
    The American Spectator ^ | July 12, 2020 | George Neumayr
    Trump’s Catholic Tweets A peculiar article suggests Catholics at the White House don’t like them. An odd article by the Catholic News Agency (CNA) appeared this week, alleging that Catholics at the White House resent Trump’s tweets touting “two figures with polarizing reputations among Catholics: former papal nuncio to the United States Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, and the author and online polemicist Taylor Marshall.” The title of the article is, “Why White House Catholics are concerned about Trump’s Catholic tweets.”“White House Catholics” apparently refer to a couple of opportunistic Never Trump-style Catholics who snuck into the White House and are...
  • Condon wins Senate race poll, but Beasley's name bandied about [SC]

    11/11/2003 7:27:57 AM PST · by JohnnyZ · 13 replies · 180+ views
    The Post and Courier (Charleston.net) ^ | 11/11/2003 | Schuyler Kropf
    Former Attorney General Charlie Condon won Monday's Charles-ton County Republican Party straw poll of candidates in next year's U.S. Senate race, but the name of potential candidate David Beasley kept cropping up. Many party members said Beas-ley should get in the race, despite the baggage of losing the governor's office in 1998 after one term. "I would think he'd be the real front-runner," Republican Vickie McCoy said at Monday's county convention, where long-time GOP activist Cyndi Mosteller was elected party chairwoman, defeating Charles Steinert. Condon, of Sullivan's Island, collected 152 votes in the straw poll of the four Republicans running...
  • State Education Chief to Run for South Carolina Senate Seat

    08/13/2003 11:07:49 AM PDT · by TheBigB · 13 replies · 338+ views
    FOX News Online ^ | 8/13/03 | AP
    <p>COLUMBIA, S.C. — State Education Superintendent Inez Tenenbaum said Wednesday she will run for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Sen. Ernest "Fritz" Hollings' seat.</p> <p>The 52-year-old Tenenbaum said her decision had hinged on Hollings, who said earlier this month he would not seek re-election to the seat he first won in 1966.</p>
  • Tenenbaum (D) considers U.S. Senate run (South Carolina)

    07/09/2003 11:43:48 PM PDT · by LdSentinal · 9 replies · 255+ views
    GreenvilleOnline.com ^ | 7/8/03 | James T. Hammond
    <p>COLUMBIA — State Superintendent of Education Inez Tenenbaum said Tuesday she is considering seeking the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate if Sen. Ernest Hollings decides not to run.</p> <p>Tenenbaum, who is serving her second four-year term, said she has had numerous people urge her to run. She said she's "enthusiastic" about running if Hollings decides to retire.</p>
  • Fierce competitors pursue GOP Senate nomination (South Carolina)

    07/05/2003 11:21:39 PM PDT · by LdSentinal · 8 replies · 231+ views
    The State ^ | 6/29/03 | Lee Bandy
    The Republican primary contest for the U.S. Senate seat held by Democrat Fritz Hollings promises to be a real doozy. Just the presence of former state Attorney General Charlie Condon, who has earned the reputation of being a political street fighter, makes it interesting. "I like my chances," the Charleston native said. Condon, no shrinking violet on the campaign stump, cannot be dismissed. He has a loyal following among Christian right activists, who make up a good hunk of the GOP primary electorate. He also enjoys solid support in the Lowcountry. Condon believes there is strong sentiment out there for...
  • Spratt (D) rules out Senate run to stay in House (South Carolina)

    06/22/2003 11:38:37 PM PDT · by LdSentinal · 9 replies · 263+ views
    The State ^ | 6/22/03 | Lauren Markoe
    Washington John Spratt: Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate in '04? Don't count on it. Though S.C. Democrats relish the idea of the experienced York congressman running if U.S. Sen. Fritz Hollings, D-S.C., doesn't, Spratt says he is U.S. House bound. There Spratt is an acknowledged heavyweight -- in seniority, in position and for his voluminous knowledge of the federal budget. "Who me?" he says when asked about a Senate run last week. "No. I have 21 years of seniority in the House. I sit one chair away from the chairmanship of Armed Services, and I'm the ranking member on the...
  • Hollings OKs polls to gauge any successor

    06/10/2003 10:41:02 PM PDT · by LdSentinal · 11 replies · 247+ views
    The Post and Courier ^ | 6/10/03 | Schuyler Kropf
    U.S. Sen. Fritz Hollings has told the South Carolina Democratic Party it's OK to conduct popularity polls to help evaluate possible successors. Although Hollings has not ruled out running again in 2004, he told state party Chairman Joe Erwin that his preference is for someone else to step forward and that the party should launch polling to determine strength and name identification. "I think it's a sign that the senator really does want to see if there is a strong credible candidate, or candidates, willing to take the risk of running," Erwin said Monday after speaking with Hollings via telephone...
  • Hollings' indecision hurts party

    04/14/2003 10:35:04 PM PDT · by LdSentinal · 12 replies · 224+ views
    The State ^ | 4/13/03
    U.S. Sen. Fritz Hollings is fast reaching the point when he must let the South Carolina Democratic Party know whether he's going to run. Time is growing short. The party needs to start shopping for a candidate soon if he's not going to seek re-election. Whoever is going to run needs to start raising money now. Estimated costs for a statewide campaign are somewhere between $6 million and $8 million. While Democrats are waiting for Hollings to decide, Republicans are lining up to run for the office. They are raising money, signing up supporters and getting organized. So far, four...
  • DeMint tops $380,000 for Senate bid

    04/07/2003 2:06:28 PM PDT · by JohnnyZ · 6 replies · 779+ views
    <p>Greenville Congressman Jim DeMint said Friday he has raised "over $380,000" for his 2004 U.S. Senate race. The third-term Republican U.S. House member from Greenville released the overall figure after filing his first-quarter campaign finance report with the Federal Election Commission. The FEC will make reports, including donor lists, public on April 15.</p>
  • A Last Word, For Now - Disappointed But Not Devastated, I Turn Off This Circuit

    02/03/2003 11:14:57 AM PST · by Temple Owl · 5 replies · 179+ views
    Hartford Courant | 2-2-03 | Tom Condon
    <p>I was going to write today about a housing proposal in the North End for grandparents raising grandchildren. It's a well-intentioned but loopy idea that would in essence create another public housing project - haven't we tried this? - and take the neighborhood's only open space in the process.</p>