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Governor McCrory issued the following statement after the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals denied the State's motion to stay the ruling in the voter ID lawsuit
Governor Pat McCrory paid respects to the late U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia today as his body lay in repose in the Great Hall of the Supreme Court.
Voters, candidates, and political partisans exchanged sharply divided views and occasional vitriol Monday in a marathon public hearing about North Carolina congressional redistricting in the wake of a federal court decision placing the scheduled March 15 primary in jeopardy
Governor McCrory's pronouncement that the proposed CSX rail hub in Selma is effectively dead is both good news and bad.
The federal government's lawsuit against North Carolina election laws could have "extraordinary ramifications for the United States," an election law expert told a Tuesday meeting of the Campbell Law School Federalist Society.
In Hobby Lobby, the Court ruled that the Obamacare law and its related regulations cannot compel closely held or family-owned companies from providing certain kinds of contraceptive coverage if doing so violates the owners' religious beliefs.
The US Supreme Court is acting incredibly sensible these days. One of their latest decisions, the Hobby Lobby case, offered up some protections for employers dealing with the ObamaCare atrocity being shoved down their throats.
If you thought Election Day was Nov. 6, you might want to reconsider. Depending on where you live and what office you're talking about, Election Day could be in July or May. In some places and in some races, it occurred when candidate filing ended Feb. 28.
As the Resolutions Chair for the Pitt County GOP, I wrote a series of resolutions that I plan to present at the upcoming 2014 Pitt County GOP Convention, on March 8.
As the Resolutions Chair for the Pitt County GOP, I wrote a series of resolutions that I plan to present at the upcoming 2014 Pitt County GOP Convention, on March 8.
As the Resolutions Chair for the Pitt County GOP, I wrote a series of resolutions that I plan to present at the upcoming 2014 Pitt County GOP Convention, on March 8.
As the Resolutions Chair for the Pitt County GOP, I wrote a series of resolutions that I plan to present at the upcoming 2014 Pitt County GOP Convention, on March 8.
I have to award the state elections board a split decision on their Watauga and Pasquotank county rulings yesterday.
So, whose news reports can we believe. In time gone by, we had available a myriad of news services.
The U.S. Supreme Court has been the big news this week, with landmark 5-4 divided rulings.
In a perverse way this dereliction of journalistic duty while reprehensible is understandable because the press lapdogs of this administration do not want to admit that Obama's PC national security policies involving Muslims might have contributed to the Boston attack.
The General Assembly should adopt the REINS principles for North Carolina, thereby properly returning major legislative authority to elected, accountable representatives of the people.
Who could possibly be against protecting women against violence? The renewal of the disingenuously-named Violence Against Women Act sailed through the Senate with 78 of 100 votes and 238 votes out of 435 (87 GOP votes) in the House.
Paleo-diet blogger Steve Cooksey is not the only one who's been censored by the North Carolina Board of Nutrition/Dietetics.
The US republic is unique. Government can pass no law or take no action unless the authority for such law or action is specifically granted in the Constitution.
A federal judge said a Charlotte-area man advocating a Paleolithic or "caveman" diet on his blog is "unlikely to succeed" in his claim that the North Carolina Board of Dietetics/Nutrition has violated his freedom of speech.
A lot will happen during the next two and one half months. Almost all of it designed to confuse, throw you off track and lead you into making an emotional decision in the political races.
Lumberton officials are using an unprecedented taxation defense in an Internet sweepstakes lawsuit before the state Supreme Court that features constitutional separation of powers issues and arcane legal protections dating from the Great Depression.
The Supreme Court upheld the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) and its mandate that all individuals must be covered by a health insurance program. Under Obamacare businesses that have more than 50 employees must provide health insurance to their employees or face a penalty.
Oral arguments have ended before the Supreme Court regarding Obamacare. Perhaps significantly, Justice Kennedy, the Court's notorious swing vote, appeared to be very concerned about the status of young people with respect to the healthcare bill.
After the U.S. Supreme Court declined to protect private property from unjust government confiscation in its 2005 Kelo decision, the backlash from Americans across the political spectrum led many states to strengthen their protections against the abuse of eminent domain.
Can membership groups exclude people who disagree with organization's principles?
Such were the words of an admired law professor we once had. He went on to explain that, in law, it is essential for justice to prevail, and therefore extreme care must be taken in making an exception to any law.
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