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Teacher salaries have always been a contentious issue, but progressive groups are now blaming Republicans for decisions made under mostly Democratic administrations.
Congress is considering signing a United Nations treaty that the mass media is not discussing. This treaty, called the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD), is up for discussion and will likely go to the Senate for a vote in early December. While some members of the House of Representatives […]
In the latest round of nullification by non-compliance, 36 states have refused to set up state exchanges to promote and run the PPACA otherwise known as Obamacare. This follows on the heels of over 20 states legalizing marijuana and refusing to implement the Real ID “law”. Is refusal to obey the dictates coming out of […]
Over 100 Catholic dioceses have accepted Common Core standards and are “aligning” them to their own standards. But you can’t have two sets of standards vying for position. Something has to give.
Rob Christensen at the Raleigh News & Observer has an interesting article on the GOP, immigration reform and North Carolina. It shows the shifts in support for reform by different groups. Just one quibble. I’ve now seen this sort of thing argued more than once: Because of redistricting, most Republican House members represent districts that […]
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Coharie Chief Gene Jacobs, others meet McCrory
Did Governor Pat McCrory know he was embracing a convicted felon, with ongoing questionable dealings,... Read MoreMore
Government Program Fails to Address Needs
Disabled WAVE Transit Originally Posted on November 9, 2013 by R. E. Smith Jr. Cross Posted on WDW... Read MoreMore
1916 entry in Croatan genealogy: 'red hue' of skin
So, what are the facts and what do the Redskins and the Croatan Indians of Sampson County have in common?... Read MoreMore
HHS, CMS Directors Grilled in Two Days of Hearings
When NC Rep. Renee Ellmers got the chance to question Kathleen Sebelius at today’s hearing, she brought... Read MoreMore
States Addicted to Federal Money
Unfortunately, over the past two hundred years federal legislation, court decisions, other amendments... Read MoreMore
Coharie Tribe Conspires with Sen. Jackson
Senate Bill 648, or the "AG GAG Whistle Blower Bill", introduced by Sen. Jackson and his NC Senate seatmate... Read MoreMore
Making Move for Governor in 2016?
When Attorney General Roy Cooper calls the Tea Party “extreme factions,” he displays the height... Read MoreMore