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RALEIGH — When we commemorate the birthday of the United States of America, we don’t just celebrate a place, a set of governmental institutions, and a shared history that binds together people … more
There was an all out war in the last week, with multiple casualties. Now that I have your attention, I will assure you there is no need that I know of to fear incoming Iranian missiles. As far as I … more
Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe has released another damning video and leaked documents with further evidence of the extent to which tech lefties will go to deprive Americans of free speech … more
A deer knocked down a part of our fence. Two days later, a storm hit, and falling branches took out another section. It was starting to feel like the HGTV version of “Final Destination.” When … more
It all started last Tuesday morning. A rare day through the week when my wife and youngest daughter both had a day off from work. I wasn’t sure if I was to have breakfast with my friend, Jerry, … more
Congressional hearings are a fixture in Washington and are supposedly a tool for investigation by the nation’s lawmaking body. Unfortunately, too often when Democrats are in charge, it’s not … more
How many of you proactively prepare for the future, always having a plan of action “just in case”? Many of us are reminded to wear clean underwear with no rips or tears “just in case” … more
Several Democratic presidential hopefuls are calling for Americans to make reparations for slavery. On June 19, the House judiciary subcommittee on the constitution, civil rights and civil liberties … more
If all is going well, as you are reading this column, my girlfriend and I are deep into our journey to the Big Easy, New Orleans. If all is going well, we are reliving in our minds, the first five … more
The past week has provided plenty of proof that beating Donald Trump in 2020 is going to be a lot harder than the Democrats (and their cheerleaders in the media and Hollywood) would like to … more
RALEIGH — What do North Carolina voters think of the job Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper has done over his first two and a half years in the office? The signals are mixed at the moment. Consider two … more
RALEIGH — Do most voters want government to get bigger or smaller? This seemingly simple question obscures a range of complexities. The answer depends, in part, on whether we are building a budget … more
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