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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Tim Scott
Two of the Democrats seeking to challenge U.S. Sen. Tim Scott pledged Thursday to work toward completing and keeping open a multibillion-dollar nuclear reactor fuel project at the Savannah River Site, saying they wouldn't support the Obama administration's plans to shutter the facility.
NAME: Tim Scott.
After more than a year in the U.S. Senate, South Carolina Republican Tim Scott will soon be in his first statewide contest. And that, according to some of those vying to replace him, puts them on a level playing field with the incumbent.
U.S. Senator Tim Scott is speaking this week at Bob Jones University.
Lawmakers are again calling on the Obama administration to keep open a South Carolina facility to process weapons-grade plutonium into commercial reactor fuel, arguing that plans to close the plant would jeopardize an international nonproliferation agreement and could trigger millions in federal penalties.
Republican U.S. Sen. Tim Scott now has a primary opponent this year.
Several Republicans have asked South Carolina's governor to explore possible legal action to avoid the closure of a multi-billion dollar project to turn weapons-grade plutonium into commercial nuclear reactor fuel.
Democrat Rick Wade has dropped his bid for the South Carolina U.S. Senate seat held by Republican Tim Scott.
A large fire on Thursday morning drew firefighters from several agencies in southwest Idaho and destroyed an old warehouse that had been converted into an employee gym.
When Jim DeMint left the U.S. Senate last year to run the Heritage Foundation, Gov. Nikki Haley tapped Rep. Tim Scott to replace him as the senator from South Carolina. It was a brilliant choice, one the state's voters are likely to endorse in a November special election.
The NAACP has defended comments by its North Carolina chapter president that labeled the GOP a ventriloquist and black Republican Sen. Tim Scott its "dummy."
The president of the North Carolina NAACP chapter blasted black Republican Sen. Tim Scott in a fiery sermon on Sunday, comparing the GOP to a ventriloquist with the Republican as its "dummy."
Thousands of people gathered to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech in Washington on Wednesday, but the historic event was missing the country's only black senator.
Republican Sen. Tim Scott wants Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to apologize for saying in a Friday radio interview that he hopes GOP-led opposition to President Obama is "based on substance and not the fact that he's African-American."
"My father said that the future is more important than the past," Mr. Scott said. "We should be appreciative of our heritage but at the end of the day it's more about tomorrow: Can America sustain $13 trillion in deficit?"
But Mr. Scott said he is focused on issues, not race or history.