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I am not sure when computer passwords became such a big part of my life, but I’ve come to the point I’m tired of them. These complicated codes of letters, numbers and punctuation marks are … more
RALEIGH — If you agree with me about limiting the size and power of government, here’s a little time-saver the next time you get into a political debate. Just tell your opponent, “Mind your own … more
The favorite leftist tool for the attack on our nation’s founding is that slavery was sanctioned. They argue that the founders disregarded the promises of our Declaration of Independence “that … more
As a young boy I remember hearing the stories about that first Thanksgiving, when the Pilgrims and Indians feasted together. The romanticized fable pictures everyone around long tables sharing food … more
This weekend was Mother’s Day, a day we take time to celebrate our mothers. For some, it may have meant spending time building a new craft for their mother, or running to the card store at late … more
We are watching in real time as two of the most powerful and influential institutions in the history of Western civilization — the Roman Catholic Church and the United States government — descend … more
Freedom of the press – that’s what CNN’s Jim Acosta is all about, right? Wrong. What he’s about is lecturing the president, then trying to debate him, refusing to abide by common rules of a … more
“I can’t take the picture if you’re crying.” Every parent who has ever attempted professional family photos has probably heard that sentence uttered. But when the photographer said it, she … more
Can you remember what the commencement speaker said at your graduation? We are in commencement “season” and platitudes aplenty will be spoken to graduates across our state. Most will be forgotten … more
By all counts of people who know me, I am the last person in the world to accept technology. In almost all cases, the old way is just fine with me. That is why when I caught myself talking to my … more
It’s been just over 10 months since I fired myself as publisher of The Daily Record. As I wrote in my farewell column on June 29 of last year, “My family continues to own the paper, which my … more
There are a lot of traditions in the South that continue for generations. Nothing makes southerners happier than carrying on something their parents did before them and their children will likely do … more
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