Bombs away? The Truth about Education Lottery Spending

Earlier this summer, the South Carolina Legislative Audit Council (LAC), a watchdog created by the General Assembly to […]

Enjoying Utility Competition: From Greer to Batesburg

As a kid growing up in Greer, I used to love to open my bedroom windows in the […]

Can you ace the Santee Cooper Quiz?

When the SCANA/Santee Cooper project to expand the V.C. Summer nuclear station whimpered to an end last summer, […]

Consolidating tiny school districts will save a fortune and make schools better

South Carolina has 46 counties but 82 school districts. That’s a lot. Statistically, its 1.78 school districts for […]

School Choice Week II?

National School Choice Week is celebrated every January all over America. You saw the video of the amazing […]

Legislative Update: We Have Business Everywhere!

The story is told of the Texas oil man who approached the counter at DFW airport. When the […]

Breaking: Santee Cooper econometric analysis coming next week

On Tuesday, March 20, Palmetto Promise Institute will present its analysis of the current state and future prospects […]

Legislative update: Lawmakers move on Direct Primary Care, scholarship program

In the fight for freedom here in the Palmetto State, weeks – even months – can go by […]

Should South Carolina conform to federal tax law changes?

To freedom-loving South Carolinians, the only worse words than “federal” and “conformity” spoken singly are “federal conformity” spoken […]

Saving for College? How About Middle School Too?

Learn how this one small provision of the federal tax reform law gives SC parents and students huge new flexibility.