Blogland Tales of Corruption


It's no secret that South Carolina government is a playground for the dishonest, unethical and downright criminal - and occasionally the lights get shined on a few of them, including here in the Blogland.

A new subject category on the right-hand sidebar "CorruptionSC" allows quick access on Blogland postings which discuss the corrupt, dishonest and inept games and those who play them. Many of them may not be big, sexy headline stories, but often state and local governments screw us by the little things, not the big things.

Amazingly, many of these things are done in local government without any effort to hide what is being done.

The Blogland has been doing its part to try to change some of that and will continue to do so, but your help is needed. If you've got a story to tell, the Blogland is ready to listen to what you have to say. Drop us an email anytime.

1 Response to "Blogland Tales of Corruption"

  1. Eneils Bailey 17/1/13 21:15
    Who audits these people. If it is the responsibility of their peers in the state or local governments to perform this function, that is just all wrong.
    At the county level, I just don't think you have that many people that want to question or know the internal financial workings of a county government.
    Lord help us, we don't need a county or state agency to audit these people. The public interest would hardly be served by bureaucrats of one agency checking out crooks in another agency.

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