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It’s that time of year again, when my neighborhood looks intentionally festive rather than just lazy. The holly on the mailboxes, the icicle Christmas lights dangling off rain gutters, and the … more
President Donald Trump recently launched his black-outreach operation — called Black Voices for Trump — in Atlanta. The objective, of course, is to move more African American voters to the … more
Since I cannot stomach the national news media and their obsession with covering Washington, D.C., dog and pony shows, I am always looking for that off-the-wall news story not covered by the national … more
The absolute worst case of professional incompetence and dishonesty is in the area of climate science. Tony Heller has exposed some of the egregious dishonesty of mainstream environmentalists in a … more
RALEIGH — Very few conservatives are “anti-government.” We believe government should be limited in scope, in order to maximize the freedom to make your own decisions and live according to your … more
Andrea Long Chu is a writer who has thrown the world of homosexual and transgender activism into disarray with her 2018 essays in n+1 and The New York Times, and now in her new book, “Females,” … more
It has been four months since I last wrote for The Daily Record and I am glad that I am once again able to have that opportunity. It gives me an opportunity to reflect on what has, on all fronts, … more
“Insanity,” said Albert Einstein, “is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” What we are doing in public education isn’t working for many of North Carolina’s … more
RALEIGH — When the Democratic Congress and the Obama administration enacted the Affordable Care Act a decade ago, the part that got the most attention was a set of insurance exchanges where … more
Congratulations! Your big new promotion is wonderful news. You definitely deserve your new, supersized salary and juicy executive perks. Say what? You didn’t get a big new promotion? … more
Last week, I admitted to the world that on occasion I have voted for cartoon characters when I just absolutely could not stomach the choices I had to select from on my ballot. This particular … more
American voters are motivated by a fever pitch. That’s the message from last week’s elections. The headlines were the Democratic sweep of the state legislature in Virginia that put the … more
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