SCETV and the ETV Endowment of South Carolina represent an extraordinary 41-year public-private partnership that has enabled SCETV and S.C. Public Radio to produce and present programs for statewide, national and international broadcast. Since inception, the ETV Endowment has provided more t…

Today is International Day of the Girl. Supporters around the world will honor achievements by, with and for girls since the 1995 adoption of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, a watershed document to manifest global female empowerment.

Oct. 1 was a great day for South Carolina voters. I would like to sincerely thank and express my gratitude to former congressman Bob Inglis and businessman Frank Heindel for filing a formal complaint against the S.C. Republican Party and its chairman, Drew McKissick, regarding the loss of th…

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As the armor adviser to Royal Saudi Land Forces during and three years after Desert Storm, I strongly object to the Sept. 25 Post and Courier letter to the editor that stated, “The Saudis did not engage their considerable capabilities face-to-face ... in Operation Desert Storm to assist the …

Richard Wildermann of Seabrook Island is the winner of the latest Golden Pen for his Aug. 12 letter about the need to address climate change in light of the then-upcoming United Nations Climate Change Summit.

Due to advances in technology and our abundant resources, America produces more oil and gas than any nation in the world today. Our country is fortunate to have discovered substantial reserves of clean, low-cost natural gas, and developed technologies to safely use and move them. This has le…

South Carolina lawmakers need to put the health of our residents first by banning flavors in e-cigarettes. Right now, teenagers and adults in the Palmetto State smoke more than the national average. In addition, smoking is the leading cause of preventable death and puts smokers at a higher r…

For decades, we at the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center have worked alongside community leaders, colleagues and veterans’ families and friends to help veterans in need by showing support for those who may be going through difficult times. Each September, during Suicide Prevention Month, we…

Medical care is oversold and the repercussions are not fully appreciated: TV ads for Big Pharma, billboards for hospitals, magazine ads for medical professionals, insurance advertising and the high cost of care, all against a backdrop of declining health among segments of the population.

All the polls speak to Americans’ desire for sensible gun legislation, including elimination of semiautomatic weapons with high-capacity magazines, red flag laws, comprehensive background checks at all points of sale, etc.

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