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We will offer this allotment of three with more to come; some old, most new, but all quite informative, and, moreover, necessary to understanding that in North Carolina, there is a wiser path to govern ourselves and our People.
Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) is calling on border state governors to deploy their National Guard forces to gain control of the border and turn back any individuals attempting to cross without legal immigration status.
Former highway patrolman, Ernie Coleman, defeated former Chief Deputy Harry Meredith in the Republican primary runoff to nominate the Republican candidate to challenge the non incumbent Democrat candidate.
Now we live in an age, where the running joke of what is so 'uncool' are the 'Old White Men' that once ran this country.
I'm told that while there is no firmly established gift tradition for a 28th anniversary, the modern practice is to signify the event with an orchid.
Governor Pat McCrory released the following statement after learning of news that R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company is set to acquire Lorillard Inc.
I see it in the same light as President Ford tripping on the steps of AF- 1 = brings him down to the "foot-in-mouth" disease of most of us. Those who speak publicly and the audience begins to snicker, immediately start to regret they ever said a word for idiots to criticize.
This week, the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank located in D.C., released a new report on educational productivity. This study attempts to gauge the effectiveness of school district spending, that is, "bang for the buck."
The Senate on Wednesday rolled out an ambitious Medicaid reform planwith an aggressive timetable that health care provider organizations panned and other Medicaid experts applauded.
An anonymous complaint and student petition to oust the president of Martin Community College roused a mini-eruption at the close of last month. The complaint, a 10-page email titled "The Crisis State of Martin Community College," made the news in Greenville - the nearest major city to the...
They call this time of year the "dog days" of summer, long days filled with heat and humidity. When our legislature is still in session lawmakers get dog-tired, resulting in a lot of barking due to short tempers.
Greensboro minister Mark Walker stunned Rockingham County District Attorney Phil Berger Jr. in Tuesday's runoff for the 6th Congressional District Republican nomination.
North Carolina is one of at least 27 states in the nation reporting cases of a new mosquito-borne virus called chikungunya, which may lead to severe joint pain that lingers for months.
Here we go again. The conservatives (read Republicans) are taking a beating again.
Adam O'Neal, the Republican Mayor of Belhaven, NC, arrived in Murfreesboro, NC last night, capping off the first week of a 14-day, 273-mile walk to the nation's capital.
Law enforcement officers from the Beaufort County and Washington County Sheriff's Departments and members of the Beaufort County Community College police force recently participated in rapid deployment training offered at BCCC.
Governor Pat McCrory congratulated more than 80 state government interns today at a reception at the governor's mansion.
I've long believed that governors or other former executives make the best presidents. Although several of my favorite occupants of the White House had legislative or congressional experience, as well, each served either as a governor, an administrative official, or a military commander prior to bec
I presented Senate Bill - SB 788, to the Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday, July 15, 2014.
Many American colleges and universities are in the thrall of "diversity," but none more so than my institution, the University of Wisconsin.
This is an excellent post at the Bloomberg View blog by Megan McArdle explaining why the left and the right view the outcome of the Hobby Lobby case so very differently. She argues that part of it has to do with each side's view of religion...
Jeanne Martin, an instructor in the Associate Degree Nursing Program at Beaufort County Community College, who served as President of the Faculty Senate at BCCC for the 2013-2014 Academic Year will serve a second year as the organization's President in the 2014-2015 Academic Year.
Governor Pat McCrory was named to the Executive Committee of the National Governors Association (NGA) for the 2014-15 year today.
On June 26, in McCullen v. Coakley, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously struck down a Massachusetts law requiring pro-life activists to stay outside a 35-foot "buffer zone" around abortion clinics.
Several years ago the county was refused USDA financing for a justice center at the Minute Man site because the project's sponsors could not demonstrate sufficient community support for the proposal.
North Carolina lawmakers should "make history" by becoming the first legislative body to repeal a state tax targeting electronic cigarettes.
Governor Pat McCrory has appointed Valerie Macon as the poet laureate of North Carolina
A long sacrosanct pedagogical principle is that group projects and small group learning are indispensable to learning.
Members of the Beaufort County Farm Bureau's agency force recently contributed $1,000 to the campaign to install a digital sign at Beaufort County Community College.
Every person in Beaufort County (or North Carolina for that matter) who is interested in public education should have been at the Conservative Republicans Club Thursday (7-10-14) night.
Governor Pat McCrory's admonition for people not to put on their "stupid hat" during Hurricane Arthur was easily understood, timely and right on target.
What does eastern North Carolina sound like? Three East Carolina University School of Music students attempted to answer that question this spring, and the region's residents now have the chance to decide who did the best job.
Two weeks after the start of the 2014-15 fiscal year, the North Carolina House and Senate still haven't reached an agreement on adjusting the state budget.