Articles in Category: 'Nikki Haley'

By: Kathleen Parker | Posted: September 1, 2012 3:55 AM
TAMPA, Fla. -- Gazing out on the pale continent of the Republican National Convention, it was interesting to ponder: What if Barack Obama had been a Republican?
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By: Kathleen Parker | Posted: July 9, 2012 3:55 AM
CAMDEN -- South Carolina politics never fails to amuse -- and bemuse.
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By: Kathleen Parker | Posted: April 11, 2012 3:55 AM
WASHINGTON -- All it takes is one little twit. Or a tweet, as the case may be -- not that the two are mutually exclusive.
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By: Kathleen Parker | Posted: June 7, 2010 12:04 AM
WASHINGTON -- When a long-ago South Carolina legislator described his state as "too small to be a republic and too large to be an insane asylum," he might have added, "but just perfect for a bordello!"

Perhaps it is the humidity. Throw in a cocktail, stir with human nature, and you've got that ol' fleeting magic.
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By: Kathleen Parker | Posted: June 14, 2010 12:07 AM
CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Stranger than South Carolina's politics is the nearly nativist pride many take in its nastiness.

Not the good folks of the Palmetto State, but rather the politicos who work diligently to manipulate the sort of voters who, for example, would elect Alvin M. Greene to the U.S. Senate.

Who? Good question.
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By: Kathleen Parker | Posted: November 11, 2010 4:05 AM

NEW YORK -- Despite its considerable gains in the midterm elections, the GOP has a problem looming in the margins named Sarah Palin.

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By: George Will | Posted: September 11, 2010 4:05 AM
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. -- The libretto of this operatic election season, understandably promoted by Democrats and unsurprisingly sung by many in the media, is that Republicans have sown the seeds of November disappointments by nominating candidates other than those the party's supposedly wiser establishment prefers. This theory is inconvenienced by two facts: South Carolina's Nikki Haley and Tim Scott.
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By: L. Brent Bozell | Posted: June 17, 2010 12:16 AM
In 1992, the feminists in the media rejoiced at what they called "The Year of the Woman," when 10 Democratic women (and one Republican) were running for the Senate in the aftermath of Anita Hill's unproven sexual-harassment allegations against Clarence Thomas. Just two years before, seven Republican women (and two Democrats) ran. But the media yawned.
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