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Dilemma: Mortgage Payments or Health Insurance?

Recent studies of our health care system make it clear that a health insurance card isn’t a guarantee of good, affordable health care. One PPI staff member shares her first-hand account of this truism.

Lessons from Mother Emanuel

The recent race-based violence on the campus of the University of Virginia evoked strong memories of the Mother Emanuel tragedy. Is there hope for our world in the face of violent hate?

Remembering Elvis, 40 Years Later

The King may be dead, but the obsession with his legacy lives on. Read how one fan remembers his impact on South Carolina and the world.

Economic Growth is Still the Answer

Economic growth supports peace, prosperity and strong families. In a recent visit to South Carolina, Dr. Arthur Laffer shared the not-so-secret “secret” for creating that growth.

So, How Much is $14 billion?

The abandoned nuclear project in Fairfield will cost $14 Billion.

The Struggles of Rural America

History says that Americans will do what they must for upward mobility. Move three states over for a […]

How the Debate over Obamacare Mirrors the Law Itself

Obamacare pits people against each other; the debate has followed suit

Minority Students in South Carolina’s Education System

Instead of blaming the persistent achievement gap of minority students on “choice,” Ms. Weingarten should be thanking bold education reformers.

South Carolina’s Fiscal Health

Three recent studies that work to diagnose South Carolina’s current financial health.

The End of Average

Is there such a thing as an “average” child? As parents of multiple children can attest, even those […]

Voting Without A Vision

The latest on the effort to repeal and replace Obamacare

Give “Read to Succeed” A Chance

Being unable to read is the worst kind of “gift” that keeps on giving.

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