In the past, I have done a few of the “pendulum swings” articles where I considered and contrasted two almost polar opposite issues or individuals.
The previous question was asked by Rodney King when he was illegally beaten by police officers in March 1991. The beating was viewed on television network news throughout America and consequently was the catalyst to the rioting, looting, and burnings in Los Angeles following the incident.
I am convinced that the subject we are going to consider in my column today is one that practically everyone can identify with.
With the issue of Roe versus Wade and the preliminary decision of the United States Supreme Court voting five to three to overturn it being illegally leaked to the public, it has been the hottest domestic issue that has dominated the news.
In my column last week, I presented to you four watershed events in the history of Dillon County in the chronological order that they transpired.
I am going to start my column today by posthumously citing and commending Carley Wiggins, our great historian, who wrote more inclusively about the people and history of Dillon County, more than anyone else – barring none.
If my calculation and projection are correct, you are reading this article four days after Easter Sunday (that was on April 17, 2022).
Like many of the things I write about in my column, my article today derived from a brief conversation I had with a man while patronizing his place of business.
An event occurred just a few days ago at the presentation of the Oscar Awards that caught the attention of multiple millions around the world.
Talking about the past is a subject that in one way or another involves everyone regardless of their status in life.