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The Daily News Journal
Obama administration defends cuts on nuclear security
Just weeks before he heads to The Hague to meet with world leaders for the third Nuclear Security Summit, President Obama has unveiled a budget that includes more than $220 million in cuts for nuclear security programs in the next fiscal year.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
Charleston City Paper
Ethics regulators question lobbyist's campaign contribution to S.C. attorney general
South Carolina ethics regulators want to know how money from a lobbyist ended up in the campaign account of Republican Attorney General Alan Wilson.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Lexington County Chronicle
Wilson votes to grandfather military retirement COLA
Congressman Joe Wilson told the Chronicle 'Our military retirees have made tremendous sacrifices at home and abroad to defend our freedoms.
Lexington County Chronicle
Field running against Congressman Wilson getting crowded
Richland County's Ed Greenleaf announced Tuesday his intentions to campaign for the 2nd District seat.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
The Aiken Standard
Democratic candidates talk jobs, road widening
Rosie Berry said her main priorities in running for the S.C. House District 84 seat are increasing economic development opportunities and creating better jobs in Aiken County.
HOH: Overheard: Joe Wilson's West Africa Ties
"And, well, if [AFRICOM] ever relocates to the continental United States, Charleston, South Carolina comes to mind.
The Greenville News
MOX project at SRS may be shelved
A project at the Savannah River Site to convert weapons-grade plutonium into nuclear reactor fuel would be shelved under the fiscal 2015 budget proposal the Obama administration released Monday.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Post and Courier
Circular argument: Does Bluffton have a lesson for Mount Pleasant?
When Bluffton Parkway was built about a dozen years ago, its intersection with S.C. Highway 46 was a major source of accidents.
All 50 governors battle proposed National Guard cuts
Nov. 15, 2012: National Guard troops work to clean sidewalks of storm debris from Hurricane Sandy in the Staten Island borough neighborhood of New Dorp Beach in New York.
Rep. Wilson: MOX termination would hurt U.S.-Russia relations
Billions of dollars have gone into the Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility at Savannah River Site.
House ethics board drives transparency, controversy
Five years ago today , Rep. Sam Graves, R-Mo., welcomed a witness to a House Small Business Committee hearing and launched a new era of ethics investigations in Congress.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Biden Tries to Sign Canadian Woman Up for Obamacare
"Vice President Biden moving in close to sell the Affordable Care Act to a young woman outside Butterfield's Pancake House in Scottsdale," says the local reporter.
State governors fight back against National Guard cuts
The Army's plans to cut the Guard and Reserves, including moving Guard AH-64 Apache helicopter battalions to the active Army, are reflected in the 2015 budget proposal, expected out on Tuesday.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Report: MOX Termination Underway
Potentially thousands of South Carolinians could lose their jobs if the U.S. Department of Energy follows through on its plan to shutter the "mixed oxide fuel" project at the Savannah River Site.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Senior defense official: 'We don't want to cut.' Blame Congress.
When it comes to budget cuts, a senior military official says the Defense Department is being vilified when Congress is to blame.
You Lie! Says Lightweight Harry Reid
Remember the high dudgeon exhibited by the mainstream media when Congressman Wilson yelled out, "You Lie!" at Barack Obama during the State of the Union Address? Most of their frothing went something like , "How dare that Southern redneck defile the sanctity of that hallowed chamber and show such disrespect for the nation's chief executive with ... (more)
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Canon City Daily Record Newspaper
House District 60 Rep. Jim Wilson announces re-election bid
Recipients of the Demont Award formally were recognized on the House floor Feb. 21 by Rep. Jim Wilson.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
The Daily Princetonian
Respecting the office
This past Friday, Ted Nugent issued a half-hearted, half-assed apology for calling President Obama a "subhuman mongrel" while at a rally for Greg Abbott, attorney general of Texas and candidate for governor.
125,000 Immigrants Eligible for Medi-Cal Benefits Under Obamacare
Rep. Joe Wilson was right. The South Carolina Congressman screamed, "You lie!" when Barack Obama told Americans the Affordable Care Act would not cover abortions or illegal immigrants.
The Greenville News
Haley objects to National Guard cuts
Gov. Nikki Haley was among several governors who complained to President Barack Obama on Monday about proposed budget cuts to the National Guard.