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And when I say “we,” I don’t just mean conservatives, or even Americans. I mean most people around the world. It’s arguable that much of the conflict we see across the planet is … more
RALEIGH — If North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper proposed a $5 billion tax increase, his Republican rivals would be both furious and gleeful — furious about the potential economic consequences, that … more
Sen. Bernie Sanders, 78 years old, is back in the saddle again after his recent heart attack, attracting 26,000 enthusiasts at a rally in New York City and once more venting his hateful bigotry, … more
The president’s acting chief of staff stood in the White House briefing room and confessed to activities considered by some impeachable, by others at least illegal. In closing, he proclaimed: “I … more
“How about ‘The Wizard of Oz’?” Too boring. “How about a family of sugar skull skeletons?” Too scary. “We could all dress up as ‘How to Train Your Dragon.’” Not … more
Two recent high-profile speeches by Trump administration officials say much — maybe even all we need to know — about the core cultural conflicts in the country and what will define the upcoming … more
A few weeks back, I wrote about going baseball bat shopping with my mom when I returned from a mini vacation. As luck would have it, I never made it to get mom a bat, but thanks to the kindness of a … more
We all have done things, or have failed to do things, that we wind up regretting. Oftentimes we make rash decisions that we ultimately wish we’d reconsidered more carefully. Thanks to some … more
Last week, U.S. Attorney General William Barr told a University of Notre Dame Law School audience that attacks on religious liberty have contributed to a moral decline that’s in part manifested by … more
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A few weeks ago, I came across an article on WRAL TV’s website that left me scratching my head. In July of 2018, an illegal immigrant named Furmencio Miranda-Cortazar was arrested in Raleigh and … more
“Theocracy” is one of those words that gets thrown around a lot, and most of the people using it these days don’t appear to have the foggiest idea what it means. Merriam-Webster’s online … more
The recent skirmish between the State Board of Education and Superintendent for Public Instruction is yet another reminder of the longstanding debate about just who is in charge of public education … more
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