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2017 Public Servant Spotlight: State Sen. William Timmons

Before the Primaries in 2016 for state and local offices, we ran a series of interviews of several of the candidates running.  We called it the 2016 Candidate Spotlight Series.  Several of those candidates we interviewed won election and we decided to check back in with those candidates as well as with some of our other elected officials in a series we’re calling the 2017 Public Servant Spotlight Series.

We’re asking the newly elected officials how the reality of the office they won compares to their expectations, what legislation or actions they are proud of accomplishing in their first few months in office, what they plan to attempt to attempt to accomplish going forward.

Our first Spotlight focuses on the freshman state senator for District 6, Sen. William Timmons.
The Senator talks about the challenges of the state senate, how even in defeat, he sees progress and some of the legislation he plan to introduce.  We also spent some time on the biggest piece of legislation coming out of this session; the Roads Bill.

If you would like to contact Sen. Timmons, here is his contact info:

Legislature email:
Phone: 864-616-8821

Feel free to let the Senator know of your concerns and ideas.

April 27, 2017 Podcast: Dropping bombs and taxes.

Today’s show was all about dropping bombs and taxes.

We spent the first half of the show discussing our current Administration’s “tough guy” approach to foreign policy, from cruise missiles in Syria to the “Mother of All Bombs” in Afghanistan and sending an armada to one particular trouble spot.  All of these actions seem designed to send a message to a world leader most in the world describe as a lunatic, Kim Jung Un of North Korea.

We, then spent some time looking at President Trump’s tax proposals that are touted to be the biggest tax cut ever.

We closed out the show discussing the Legislature’s attempt at a roads bill that promises to be a reform bill and an effective fix for our roads, but really is neither.


April 4, 2017 Podcast: Other Spending Your Money, Part 2, This Governor Ain’t The Taxman and The Council Sues Itself.

  An article about President Trump’s budget cutting federal funding for Amtrak spurred our first segment:
“Other People Spending Your Money, Part 2: But I Like That Program!”

Our second segment: “This Governor Ain’t The Taxman!”
Governor McMaster weighs in decisively on the gas tax debate with a big NO!

Our final segment today: “The Council Sues Itself,” focused on 3 members of the Greenville County Council suing the entire council for breaking their own rules.



Mar. 21, 2017 Podcast: Paton Blough: an Independent Path to Represent Us, Sen. Timmons: a Reasoned and Reasonable Plan For Our Road and President Trump: a Blueprint For Spending Our Money.

Today’s show began with the announcement of friend of the show and mental health advocate, Paton Blough of  

Paton is looking to create an independent path to represent us for the 4th Congressional District House of Representatives.   Greenville News covered the event as well.

We then checked out freshman state senator, William Timmon’s well reasoned and reasonable plan for fixing our roads here in SC.  In this Greenville Journal article, Sen. Timmon lays out a 3 step plan that just might work.  Check out his plan here and encourage your senators to support it.

Finally, we took some time to examine President Trump’s Budget that he sent to Congress last week.
You can check the full text of his budget here, thanks to NPR.


March 9, 2016 Podcast: Town Halls and Traveling

We started today’s show with a breakdown of Sen. Lindsey Graham’s town hall.

We appreciate Sen. Graham providing us an opportunity to express our views to him, even if many of those view disagree with him.

On the second half of the show, we focused on legislation the SC House passed that affect our traveling:
The gas tax bill

And legislation authorizing SC to comply with The Real ID Act passed and signed into U.S. law in 2005.