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The two-year, multimillion dollar, Robert Mueller investigation to help impeach President Donald Trump was a farce from the beginning, as much a threat to this country’s democratic principles as a … more
Jews have been awarded 40% of the Nobel Prizes in economics, 30% of those in medicine, 25% in physics, 20% in chemistry, 15% in literature and 10% of the Nobel Peace Prizes. Since the beginning of … more
RALEIGH — Gov. Roy Cooper is a likeable and experienced politician. But he’s not made of Teflon. His administration has taken a number of heavy blows over the past month, and his aides have done … more
Michele Norris is an award-winning journalist and founder of The Race Card Project. Last week, Norris wrote a poignant opinion piece for The Washington Post in which she calls for Americans to know … more
RALEIGH — When it comes to North Carolina redistricting, the handwriting is on the wall. The old system for producing legislative and congressional districts is going away. But we still don’t … more
If asked to identify our biggest problem today in one word how would you answer? My word would be trust. Republicans don’t trust Democrats; Democrats don’t trust Republicans, and the public … more
“They jump?!” “That’s what he say,” the interpreter told me. “They jump.” The owner of Casa Lawrence, a kind man with an easy laugh and warm eyes that sparkle when he smiles, … more
The Washington Post obituary read, “Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, austere religious scholar at helm of Islamic State, dies at 48.” “(A)ustere religious scholar”? How about terrorist?! After … more
I must admit nothing brings me greater joy than watching a politician try to squirm out of a sticky situation by simply blaming someone else for their own shortcomings. Case in point, let me … more
Gun control did not become politically acceptable until the Gun Control Act of 1968 signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson. The law’s primary focus was to regulate commerce in firearms by … more
The Beltway swamp is clogged with miserable crapweasels: smug incumbents, status quo lemmings, Constitution infringers of all flavors, Silicon Valley lackeys, jihad apologists, open borders freaks … more
RALEIGH — So far this decade, North Carolina’s economy — as measured by inflation-adjusted gross domestic product — has expanded by an average of 1.7 percent a year. That’s a bit faster … more
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