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Treat Each Other As Human Beings

Thousands of Confederate monuments dot the South and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. It’s nice when something pops up, as Paul Harvey used to say, to tell the rest of the story. The National Memorial for Peace and Justice … more

Housing Choices Reflect Political Divide

RALEIGH — There is a familiar kind of political argument that goes something like this: “I know we are politically divided. I think that partisanship has its place — but surely there is no need to make a partisan issue.” Different … more

Family Members Hold Valuable Memories

My wife recently embarked on sort of a family project to start recording some of the memories of her family, and it has opened some interesting doors into her past. It has made me realize that this is a noble venture because all of us have memories … more

A Progressive U.S.A.

What Would It Look Like? While the November elections may seem like a long way off, we need to be thinking about the consequences of those elections. As I have noted, Democrats running this year have been styling themselves as … more

Income Equality Isn’t The Issue

By MARIAN L. TUPY Following the Great Recession of 2008, income inequality became a focal concern of those who feel the market economy has let them down. Later, President Barack Obama described income inequality as the “defining challenge of … more

Finding Our Rural Voice

“This county is my heart and soul. I am here because I chose to be here. I’ve made my home here, raised my family here, and I’m going to make every effort to stay.” We heard this inspiring quote on the last day of the Rural Center’s … more

In New Role, Peter Cannot Be ‘Hans’ Solo

The selection of Peter Hans to head our state’s Community College System was expected, especially after it became known that Gov. Roy Cooper, House Speaker Tim Moore and Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger jointly wrote a letter to the selection … more

Government

Judge By Value Added RALEIGH — Want to know why conservatives are more skeptical than progressives of the idea of government confiscating more of our money to throw at social programs? I’ve already given you the answer in my choice of … more

Something Is Clearly Working

Every day, network news anchors and metro newspapers try to paint a picture of a chaotic and dysfunctional White House. Every less-than-polished word to leave the president’s mouth is dutifully reported. The media want us to be alarmed that Donald … more

Tar Heel Editors Speak Out

Despite a flurry of official inquiries about violence inside the state’s prisons and vows by corrections leaders to improve workers’ safety, it appears little has changed. Since four Pasquotank Correctional Institution workers were killed in a … more

SOUND OFF

Bursting At The Seams If a school is built for 800 people but there are 1,200 students at that school with 15 mobile units, how can someone possibly think that school is slightly overcrowded? Harnett Central Middle School is bursting at the … more

A Tenacious Keeper Of The Public Purse

Most North Carolinians, if given a pop quiz, probably couldn’t name our state treasurer. But his is one of the most important jobs in state government. Dale Folwell manages the 26th largest pool of money in the world. His decisions affect … more
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