Thursday’s Quick Read
Greenville Online | Gov. Sanford says he’ll fight to stay in office
Post & Courier | Campbell verbally blasts Brown, who fires back
The State | DHEC chief speaks against overhaul
U.S. NEWS & POLITICS
AP | ACORN sues hidden-camera filmmakers
Wash Times | In Hong Kong speech, Palin touts ‘Main Street’
AP | Health Care bill intact with challenges ahead
Breitbart | No sign that bailout will expire at year’s end
American Thinker | The Soros-Axelrod Axis?
S.C. NEWS & POLITICS
The state | Columbia attorney Lord to run for AG
CNN | Confederate flag again at issue in South Carolina
The Advocate | Bauer Gives Sanford Deadline to Resign
Greenville News | Sanford takes a hit – from bike
Post & Courier | School choice for Charleston
Herald-Journal | Rep. Millwood, Sentences must be same for harming child, adult
Crosswalk | Colson: You May Have Been Injured: The Need for Tort Reform
S.C. BLOGS & PRESS BOX
Big Hollywood | UPDATE: NEA Scrubs ‘Health Care Resource’ From Website
FITSNews | Ard Raises $127K
TPS | Town council asks Sanford to remove disgraced mayor
FITSNews | Instigator Of Prisons “Witch Hunt” Under Fire
TPS | Trouble in Texas for terrible Terry Sullivan?
Youtube | School kids taught to praise Obama
Columbia City Council members moved forward Wednesday with plans for two controversial tax districts amid growing concerns the proposal will result in rate increases for water and sewer customers.
Columbia lawyer Leighton Lord has announced he is running for state attorney general as a Republican.
Gov. Mark Sanford said Wednesday he won’t resign, will fight any attempt at impeachment and believes he may have his best chance next year at pushing for government restructuring.