Own funds transfer under agreement

Own funds transfer under agreement with the DEP of Selma County. Earlier this year, the Interior Department pressed the State Department for every federally-managed refugee in the District to transfer costs to hers as a responsible government.

North Carolinians should not depend on the DPS to provide funding for the rest of their county to fight terrorism. Let’s put money toward a better community, not into the pockets of a crooked commander in chief.

Sheriff Clay Lovelace, the likely Republican nominee for the North Carolinian House of Representatives, is scheduled to appear on CBS This Morning to discuss the controversial Hope Hicks case. He’s doing so despite the federal government’s plea agreement for a governmental probe.

A tally of every report of violence against DPS officers has been released by the U.S. Department of Justice to the State of North Carolina. The number of people killed by the State has grown from 86 in 2007 to 248 in 2013.

Hundreds of people, including those who have not yet served any jail time, have been summarily dismissed from the UCPD’s Criminal Division. While the demand to reinstate these officers is growing by the day, the demand for their reinstatement continues to hover in the 10 to 1 ratio.

If you will vote for the nominees to this body, let’s demand for the reinstatements of the fired DPS officials and begin to focus on the promotion of our citizen’s safety.

Mary Beard, president of the Selmonian Task Force

In all respects, the DFS has had a good year. The agency must provide everything it can to keep the prewar 1,000-person population on course toward the City of North Charleston and to keep people safe by eliminating any single group of refugees.

While there is a lot of work to be done, it will take all of us to get the job done. Let us begin today and give our good offices the tools to keep our criminal justice system safe and keeping the state of North Caroline well resourced.

Todd Donoghue, chief executive of the Heritage Foundation

“The Charlestons of North and South Carolina are currently facing a series of problems