Finally, we took a brief look at Donald Trumps unique immigration plan that seems to include a bit of extortion, some strong arming even legal immigrants and a push for ending birthright citizens under the mistaken impression that “anchor babies” are the overwhelming reason folks come here illegally.
We are 25 days away for this years, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, the 5k that raises funds for breast cancer research.
Sept. 24th at Heritage Park in Simpsonville
Once again, Another Voice will be hosting a team and we want you to join us. This year we will be celebrating Eric’s mother’s 10 yrs cancer-free anniversary that is also in Sept.You have several options to be a part of our team.
You can walk/run with us at the Race for the Cure. Here’s the link to join our team:
If walking.running is not your thing, you can donate in our team’s name and here’s the link to donate:
And you can even just sleep in, yes, you can register for “Sleep-in for the Cure” and get a t-short, race bib and the like. Here’s the link to sleep-in:
We welcome you however you want to join us.
Together let’s make a difference in our community in the fight against breast cancer.
The City of Greenville was our focus for the first half of the show today.
We looked at the good and the bad of our recent growth, discussed how the City could improve how we grow and some controversial aspects of recent or future growth.
Then we turned to presidential politics, but the names Trump and Clinton were not the focus.
We introduced one of the two other choices South Carolinians will have come Nov. 8th: Gov. Gary Johnson/Gov. Bill Weld running on the Libertarian ticket. C.J. made a clear case as to why we should consider an alternative to the two major parties and the two candidates that so many are disappointed in.
Take a few minutes to check out another option.
We addressed a wide variety of subjects this week:
With C.J. joining us again,we started this week show focused on what our state and local government is doing:
Greenville County closed off Tower Rd and a popular lookout spot atop Paris Mountain due to vandalism and trash.
While much of Greenville has enjoyed growth and progress, some areas are still mired in the poverty and stagnation. The City is calling these areas Special Emphasis Neighborhoods, although we may know them better by other terms, like “the ghetto” and “District 25″(although not all of them lie withing District 25) . We took an initial look at how the City is growing and why these areas have been left behind.
Finally, the Democrats and Hillary Clinton had their party and we shared out thoughts.