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Candidates are lining up to run in 2020 and we’ve heard those running on a more liberal or “progressive” platform, as well as those espousing a more conservative agenda. There’s one big … more
When I was 13, all I wanted was to be popular. I wanted to sit with the popular kids. Eat with the popular kids. Be one of the popular kids. So I started working on it. First on the agenda was … more
As my family can tell you, I am extremely proud of the opportunity I have been given to write a weekly column for this publication. Every week I try my level best to put a good product on the table. … more
This senior citizen is throughly disgusted with the in-action of this Congress. This legislative body is so divided that they agree on very little. Our nation is in this crisis on immigration because … more
The media is having another field day at the alleged expense of President Donald Trump. Supposedly, per what we read, the president “caved,” “folded,” or “lost” in the government … more
Eight years old, with an extra-large, thrift-store T-shirt pulled over my first pair of musty Riddell shoulder pads; I was nine minutes late for my first football practice. As I hurriedly exited … more
Why does every single “personality” in the world have to do something at the Super Bowl? I mean, really, do we have to hear from some overpaid, egomaniac talk about how great it is to be at the … more
Rush Limbaugh’s December 2018 Limbaugh Letter has an article titled “Demonizing White Men.” It highlights — with actual quotations from people in the media, academia and the political and … more
Most have heard President Donald Trump delayed his constitutionally required report on the state of the union because of the government shutdown that ended over the weekend. Though the government … more
A popular theme in the Twitterverse this week is “Journalism is dead.” Two events apparently driving the disgust du jour with media incompetence and dishonesty are BuzzFeed’s story about … more
Twenty years ago this month, I was just finishing up work with the “Rural Prosperity Task Force,” an intense, six-month investigation of rural North Carolina. The 25-member group, made up of … more
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