In the February 8 edition of The New Irmo News, Al Dozier provided a well-balanced article “Open Carry Bill Draws Fire” on recent action the SC Senate took in passing the “South Carolina Constitutional Carry/Second Amendment Preservation Act” (H-3594). This bill is based on the premise that there should beContinue Reading

By Congressman Joe Wilson February 8, 2024 Under the policies of Biden and Democrats, Americans have suffered. As a result, our country has experienced unprecedented adversity. Families continue to struggle with crippling inflation of consumer products and services, including inflation reaching a 40-year high; the ongoing invasion of illegal aliensContinue Reading

By Andre Bauer   The great technology contest between America and China will shape the 21st century. Yet U.S tech firms undermine national competitiveness through their troubling ties to Beijing. Amazon builds the computational cloud behind China’s authoritarian surveillance state. Apple kowtows to Xi Jinping by storing its China customerContinue Reading

By Congressman Joe Wilson November 30, 2023 The Biden administration continues to push policies that hurt American families and destroy jobs. These poor decisions affect Americans close to home as we enter the holiday season of Christmas and Hanukkah. Under Biden, the country just experienced the second-most expensive Thanksgiving everContinue Reading

By Congressman Joe Wilson I have just completed my annual bus tour around the Second Congressional District, making stops at local businesses, schools, and organizations, and heard from our fellow South Carolinians in all five counties. Biden policies continue to hurt American families and destroy jobs. Under his direction, theContinue Reading

Is your vote being counted properly? Grassroots group SC Safe Elections continues fight for access to valuable election audit report SC Safe Elections (SCSE), a grassroots group dedicated to election integrity in SC, sued 8 counties (Aiken, Beaufort, Charleston, Dorchester, Greenville, Lexington, Spartanburg, and York) and the SC Election CommissionContinue Reading