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From Charlotte resident Cheryl Ricket:

When Trey Gowdy got the job to run the House’s new Benghazi select committee, there was good reason to fear bad things.

Let us all contemplate the fact that Rep. Mark Sanford of South Carolina is running for re-election unopposed.

From John D. Williams, President and CEO of Domtar Paper Company in Fort Mill, in response to “Education must adapt to change” (Sept. 4, Viewpoint):

Bet Duke is hoping its solar farm investment yields 278 megawatts of public relations.

After George W. Bush won re-election in 2004, Democrats had a bit of a freak-out about social issues. Prominent strategists, and even their losing presidential candidate, John Kerry, blamed the defeat partly on the perception that they were too extreme on abortion.

Editor’s Note: In August, 34 officials and community leaders from nine Knight communities traveled to Copenhagen, Denmark, and Malmo, Sweden, to study how to make their cities more livable. The trip was organized by 8-80 Cities and sponsored by Knight Foundation.

OK Roger, it’s fourth and 50, time for a Hail Mary.

In his recent address to the nation, President Obama declared that “ISIL is not Islamic.” That would be news to the now almost 30,000 troops the terrorist army commands and to virtually every other jihadist faction operating in the Muslim world.

So it turns out the Carolina Panthers can act on the matter of Greg Hardy before the legal process plays out?

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