The March for Our Lives in North Charleston tomorrow will be one of hundreds across the country as part of what the NYT calls “a wave of activism since the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.” Source: NYT

ICYMI: Lyft is providing free rides to the rallies. Source: City Paper

Even if a sale of SCANA to Dominion Energy goes through, S.C. customers would still be on the hook to pay nearly $4 billion for the failed SCANA/Santee Cooper project that will never generate any electricity. Source: AP, The State

P&C columnist Brian Hicks says the hoopla over Gov. Henry McMaster’s proposal to make S.C. municipalities prove they aren’t ‘sanctuary cities,’ “A solution in search of a problem, a candidate in search of an issue.” Source: P&C

President Donald Trump announced yesterday that he will name hawkish former Bush administration diplomat John Bolton to be his new National Security Advisor. U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, also a war hawk, called Bolton’s hire “good news for America’s allies and bad news for America’s enemies.” Source: Politico, NYT

Less than a month ago, Bolton wrote in the Wall Street Journal, “The Legal Case for Striking North Korea First.”