American Enterprise Institute (AEI) Senior Fellow Emeritus Mark J. Perry estimates that over the last fifteen years he has posted some 3,000 infographics to cyberspace—charts, graphs, tables, figures, maps, and Venn diagrams—each serving as his famous “Chart of the Day.” For some of us, Perry’s charts are “eye candy” because of their combination of simplistic
South Carolina is competitive on Corporate Taxes, and in recent years the Palmetto State has begun to chip away at high Individual Tax and Unemployment Insurance Tax rates.
Three Cheers for Free Speech Though a few decades have passed since I matriculated “where the Blue Ridge yawns its greatness,” I am quite certain that during my undergraduate years at Clemson there was an openness to a wide range of opinion. The dominant view among faculty, administration, and students was that college should be
It’s been more than 18 months since the Court first heard the case and the state’s civil asset forfeiture system continues uninhibited.
“The opportunity to say we have a choice,” is all Lisa and Paul Priest, a family of three from Dillon ask for when it comes to their daughter’s education.
The Center Square highlights PPI's "Assessing the Spectrum of Reform" report.
South Carolina has high residential electricity bills. Recently, they were the highest in the nation (2016). But there are innovations that can provide relief.
What are the reform options for cutting wholesale and retail energy prices in South Carolina?
Education savings accounts are the norm. Unions are left defending assigned schools’ limited—discriminatory, even—reach.
South Carolina voters went to the polls on Tuesday to decide 8 primaries in runoffs that were forced due to the failure of any candidate to receive 50% +1 vote in the initial primary election held on June 14th.