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Nicolas Knight

I am a member of the U.S. Press Association and I have lived in South Carolina for over 25 years. Am the father to 2 amazing young boys. My hobbies are History, Law, Movies, and Cooking. I have a very strong sense of right and wrong when it comes to our Protected Rights. Have been involved in Political Reform and Judicial Reform for the past 7 years. And am also an Ordained Minister.
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ERASING HISTORY IN SOUTH CAROLINA CLASSROOMS

It has come to the attention of the Daily Counter that a State Bill is trying to be passed that would start erasing history requirements from our schools and children. H4760 https://legiscan.com/SC/bill/H4760/2019 would remove testing of students on the subjects of Social Studies and U.S. History. This House Bill is […]

H3295 THE HOUSE BILL THAT COULD CHANGE FAMILY COURT FOR THE GOOD

H3295 is a Shared Parenting Bill Sponsored by House Representative Jason Elliott (R) https://legiscan.com/SC/bill/H3295/2019 and 11 other House Representatives.  This Shared Parenting Bill would ensure Children’s Rights to maintain both parents in their life equally absent any provable neglect or abuse.  Since 2018 several other States have passed similar bills ensuring our Children’s Rights.  […]

Divorce, The Money Maker

In the State of South Carolina Divorce is pretty good business. Lawyers who practice Domestic Relations Law or Family Court make a lot of money from cases that end a Marriage. According to data published by Martindale-Nolo Research, obtaining a divorce in South Carolina typically costs between $4000 […]

ARE WE JUDGES OR NOT? SOUTH CAROLINA LAW MAKERS WALK OUT OF JUDICIAL ELECTION IN PROTEST

On February 5th, 2020 South Carolina held its Judiciary Election of its Judges. 4 State Lawmakers walk out in protest to the Unconstitutional practice done at the election.  State Reps. Jonathon Hill, R-Anderson; Josiah Magnuson, R-Spartanburg; Stewart Jones, R-Laurens; and Adam Morgan, R-Greenville, denounced the Legislature’s long-held practice […]

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