Archive for December, 2010

Charleston’s Longest Serving Mayor Faces Challenger

Charleston’s Longest Serving Mayor Faces Challenger

Author and local historian David A. Farrow has announced his candidacy for mayor of Charleston, South Carolina. A former columnist for the Charleston Post and Courier, Farrow will challenge nine-term Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr., the city’s longest-serving mayor in next year‘s non-partisan election.

by · December 26, 2010 · 1 comment ·
Palin and Ferraro: Trailblazers Struggle in Their Second Acts

Palin and Ferraro: Trailblazers Struggle in Their Second Acts

They are a pair of powerful and universally known figures who made the leap from seeking the second highest office in the land  to success on the small screen. Only two women in America currently know what it’s like to have appeared on a major […]

by · December 17, 2010 · 3 comments ·
Cain to Launch Presidential Exploratory Committee

Cain to Launch Presidential Exploratory Committee

Former Godfathers Pizza CEO and conservative radio talk host Herman Cain has made it clear he will be launching a Presidential Exploratory Committee in the coming weeks. “We could be talking about an exploratory committee real soon,” Cain slyfully told host Neil Cavuto during a […]

by · December 11, 2010 · 5 comments ·
Gravel Interested in Challenging Obama’s Renomination

Gravel Interested in Challenging Obama’s Renomination

Former U.S. Senator and 2008 Presidential candidate Mike Gravel is opening the door to a potential second run for President in 2012. Gravel, who left the Senate in 1980, is best known for his role in releasing the Pentagon Papers. In an interview with The […]

by · December 10, 2010 · 2 comments ·