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Black, White and Red All Over…

What is Black, White and Red All Over? This Week, South Carolina...Now that the Republicans have had their day in South Carolina's sun (uh, rain), it's time for the Democrats to roll into town. The main difference between the two primaries (other … [Continue reading]

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On the Republican side of things, should we look for an "old guard" candidate? With only one day left before the vote, I happen to think not. At the moment, it seems as though we need some "new juice" in Washington. Romney maybe? Huckabee? Fred? … [Continue reading]

January 17, 2008

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January 17, 2008

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Columbia Should Take the High Road…

Seriously...Does anyone realize that when we visit Richland County for tax business, that we are feeding parking meters that belong to the City of Columbia? WUT!?This seems pretty odd. If anyone wants to discuss their tax bill, or even pay their … [Continue reading]

Hotsheet – Jan. 16, 2008

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It’s Our Turn… Republicans First

The Michigan primaries are over. Now, earth rotates it's attention to The Palmetto State. The Republicans are up first, as the primary is set for this Saturday.Now that the GOP has three different winners in four contests, the field is wide open. … [Continue reading]

Hotsheet – Jan 15, 2008

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Oscar’s…or Oscar?

Is the entertainment industry plucking the geese that lay their golden eggs? I don't know who's right or wrong over on the west side, but this thing has been going on so long, that I've found that I can just go do something else.Whatever the theory, … [Continue reading]

January 14, 2007

Hotsheet - 1/14/07Click on "Hotsheet - 1/14/07" to get to the listings. When you click on the home, the listing sheet should pop up.Remember, these are not my listings. They are today's new listings (some are re-list's) from downtown, to Blythewood … [Continue reading]