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12/27: Driver responsibility, Frank Hamilton, Beaufort, S.C.

12/27: Nothing done about speeding, Russell Menz, Bluffton, S.C.

12/26: Truckers cause problems on road too, Jeffrey Sewell, Columbia, S.C.

12/22: Workers' comp needs different overhaul, Name withheld, Aiken, S.C.

12/15: Keep up the good work, Jim Ross, Beaufort, SC

12/15: On personal property taxes, Janet R. Wade, Charleston, SC

12/14: Where she stands, Carol Maghakian, Myrtle Beach, SC

12/9: Small businesses are victims of times, Name withheld upon request, Beaufort, SC

12/7: Small businesses DO need help, Tony Vaz, Clio, S.C.

12/6: Remember sole proprietorships, Amelia Dias, Charleston, S.C.

12/5: Laptops for students make sense, Richard Murdach, Tarpon Springs, Fla.

11/30: Column was full of good ideas, Bud Ferillo, Columbia, SC

11/26: Lawmakers need to do better, Gary Rice, Columbia, SC

11/21: Lower property tax will hurt disabled vets, Manuel Bettencourt, Hilton Head Island, S.C.

11/21: There's more to property tax changes, Tom Hatfield, Hilton Head Island, SC

11/20: Time to do something on illegal immigration, Bob Logan, Little River, SC

11/18: SC's problems are inexcusable, Sue Womack, Pawley's Island, SC

11/15: Oil drilling article mongers fear, Don Allen, Charleston, SC

11/14: Who will take notice of stats?, Bill Homewood, Hilton Head Island, SC

11/14: Disturbing article, Charles Sanders, Hilton Head Island, SC

11/14: Good report on SC, Boyd McLean, Gaffney, SC

11/13: Look at where we're doing well, John Rivers, Charleston, SC

11/13: Bogus math, Samuel Tenenbaum, Lexington, SC

11/13: SC needs to move away from Civil War, Gary Rice, Columbia, SC

11/13: Stats show state's daunting predicament, Harriet Smartt, Isle of Palms, SC

11/8: Good column on Wilkins, Nancy Gilley, Hilton Head Island, S.C.

New Web site isn't that great, Sam Griswold, West Columbia, SC

Drill and refine, John Bell, Bishopville, SC

Don't drill and refine, Lauren Economos, Hilton Head Island, SC

No drilling, period, Joni Dimond, Hilton Head Island, SC

Consider wind energy,
Dennis Dinge, Conway, SC

The extortion of extra road taxes,
Tom Ford, Florence, SC

Out-of-date reactionary ideas,
Steve Imbeau, Florence, SC

Balance needed, Woody Jones, Florence, S.C.

More realistic estimate needed, Rick Caporale, Hilton Head Island, SC

Laptops require 100 percent commitment, Colin Carrigan, Hilton Head Island, SC

We haven't kept up, Donna Crile, Myrtle Beach, SC

Rant on taxes
, Terry E. Thomas, Lady's Island, SC

10/4: Enough taxes paid to government, Dr. Ervin E. Lambert, Georgetown, S.C.
10/3: Property tax may be going to wrong uses, Rep. Bill Herbkersman, Bluffton, S.C.
10/3: Three-legged stool out of balance now, David Whetsell, Lexington, S.C.
10/3: Property taxes make local politicians accountable, Bob Pelletier, Pawleys Island, S.C.
10/3: Dumb commentary from tax promoter, Daniel H. Toth, Warrenville, SC
10/3: Agree with property tax comments, Tom Hatfield, Hilton Head Island
9/25: Bush Administration should snap to, Bob Logan, Little River, S.C.
9/21: Doesn't like Red Cross, Deborah Shealy Nye, Summit, SC
9/21: Just property tax system needed, Kendall Schwoyer, Hartsville, SC
9/20: Watching a power struggle, Addison Ingle, Charleston, S.C.
9/20: Too busy whining, Todd Eischeid, Mount Pleasant, S.C.
9/6: Rant on property taxes, Alvin Jones, Easley, SC
9/5: Alternative energy is realistic, Tom deTreville, Beaufort, SC
9/4: Way to serve is to drive slower, Samuel Tenenbaum, Lexington, SC
9/2: Contrition follows attack, Julius L. Brown, Hartsville, S.C.
9/1: Property tax isn't fair, Ron McElhannon, Hartsville, S.C.
8/29: America is divided, Warner B. Huck, Hilton Head Island, SC
8/28: Criticizes Dems, Calbert W. Johnson, Bishopville, S.C.
8/28: Service learning is growing, Prof. David Bossman, Seton Hall University and part-time Charleston resident
8/24: Realistic assessment of problem, Richard J. Mullin, Asheville, N.C.
8/23: Alternative needed to property taxes, Dr. Erwin E. Lambert, Georgetown, S.C.
8/22: Commentary flawed, Michael E. Dey, Vice President of Government Affairs, South Carolina Association of REALTORS®, Columbia, S.C.
8/22: Missed the point on property tax, Rick Davenport, Dataw Island, S.C.
8/21: Property taxes too high, Chris Walton, Hilton Head Island, S.C.
8/21: Not all homeowners are investors, Gary Smith, Hilton Head Island, SC
8/21: Property taxes aren't fair, David Whetsell, Lexington S.C.
8/19: Taxes aren't meant to be fair, Former S.C. state legislator, name withheld upon request.
8/17: Market-based Medicaid approach is hocus-pocus, Laura Morris, Mount Pleasant, S.C.
8/1: Property taxes are a scourge, Raymond Owens, North Charleton, S.C.
7/29: Hypocrisy among morality police, Name withheld, Summerville, S.C.
7/18: Looking for math and common sense, Paula Richardson, Britton's Neck, S.C.
7/17: Lowered credit rating is red flag, Bob Logan, Little River, SC
7/11: Lawmakers should focus on real problems, Donna Crile, Myrtle Beach, S.C.
7/11: Need to do more about poverty, Earl Capps, Ladson, SC
7/11: Charter school would help on St. Helena Island, Tom Hatfield, Hilton Head Island, SC
7/10: Grant program addresses Pee Dee poverty, Tammy Pawloski, Professor of Education, Francis Marion University, Florence, SC
7/9: Regional approach on prosperity, Laura Morris, Mount Pleasant, SC
7/3: How can we let poverty happen, Nancy Kolman, Pawley's Island, S.C.
7/1: Real representation needed, Gene Deragon, Lamar, S.C.

6/27: Beaufort, Jasper working together, Rep. Bill Herbkersman, Bluffton, S.C.
6/21: State tax system needs to change, Hedy Williams, Beaufort, S.C.
6/13: Minibottles won't go away, Jerry C. Ausband, Garden City Beach, SC
6/3: Campsen deserts governor, Rose Condon, Charleston, SC
6/1: Bill on doctors is bad, Dr. Stephen Imbeau, Florence, S.C.
5/22: Sanford is wrong for SC, Sandy Gibson, Lexington, S.C.
5/9: Disgusted with what passes as Republican, Janet Upshaw, Taylors, SC
5/9: Attack on Sanford is liberal hogwash, Lew Richards, Manning SC
5/2: Still upset about Altman, Kevin Tarrance, Jacksonville, Fla.
4/27: Santee Cooper is government socialism, Hugh Campbell, Hartsville, SC
4/25: Marching against Altman, Shavone Gadsden, sophomore, Columbia College
4/24: Bravo on Neanderthal column, Natalie Mann, Bluffton, SC
4/21: Is Altman brain-dead?, Tony Martin, Mount Pleasant, S.C.
4/20: Keep focus on issues, Laura Morris, Mount Pleasant, SC
4/19: Doing crime without the time, Teresa Carrigan, Cassatt, SC
4/19: Shocked at smoking usage, Bruce Maston, M.D., J.D., Hilton Head Island, SC
4/18: Primary seat belt law needed, Judy P. White, Calhoun Falls, SC
4/7: More complete picture needed on rural schools, Roy Hammond, Centenary, S.C.
4/5: Education agenda is clear as sunshine, Gary Rice, Columbia, SC
3/18: Writer outlines the "Sanford Folly", Sandy Gibson, Lexington, S.C.
2/22: GOP politico says Dems need to wake up, SC GOP operative, name withheld upon request
2/22: Doesn't like "gotcha" cameras, Bob Logan, Little River, SC
2/21: Dem says party needs help, SC Democratic Party operative, name withheld upon request
2/12: Libertarianism gone wild, Sandy Gibson, Lexington, S.C.
2/7: A straight pin in room full of balloons, Rebecca Masters, Rock Hill, SC
2/3: Good explanation of retirement problem, Dot Gnann, Beaufort, SC
1/18: Power to the wealthy?, Sandy Gibson, Lexington, SC
1/10: Don't be fooled by simplistic approaches, Tom Truitt, Florence, S.C.
1/9: Don't cut the power of the people, Bob Logan, President, We The People Of Horry County, Little River, SC
1/9: Diehard believer supports Sanford, Doug Kendall, Columbia, SC
1/6: Too much named after Leatherman, Michael Wukela. Florence, SC

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