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I don’t know about y’all, but I certainly do love attending July Fourth celebrations. From the cookouts, the ice cream socials to the fireworks displays and patriotic events, they bring … more
Anyone who has looked at me knows I’m aging. The hair I have left is graying and I move slower. I have aches and pains in areas I didn’t even know existed until recently. I’m … more
The cries from the left predicting the end of the world in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade is a familiar sound. We heard the same after the historic reform … more
RALEIGH — Movie sequels are almost always worse than the original films. Notable exceptions, such as this summer’s “Top Gun: Maverick,” merely prove the rule. For every … more
Now abortion law is up to states. Some will ban it, while most blue states will allow it in some form. Because libertarians want government out of our lives, people assume we are pro-choice. Some … more
Last week’s Supreme Court decision overruling Roe v. Wade was met with less hysteria than many had expected. Much of the brouhaha has been limited to a few protests in large cities, too many … more
RALEIGH — Soaring prices. Social unrest. A resurgent Russia. A military withdrawal followed by the collapse of a pro-American regime in Asia. A feckless and unpopular Democratic … more
Regardless of where you stand on the issue of abortion, and most of us stand on one side or the other, it is clear Friday’s Supreme Court decision was historic. It is a good time to look at the … more
Per a new report from Gallup, the percentage of Americans now saying they believe in God is the lowest since they first started doing the survey. In 2022, 81% of Americans say they believe in … more
Because I didn’t have a column last week, this is coming a little late. But as the nation celebrated our second Juneteenth national holiday Monday, it is still a good time to cheer some of the … more
A woman tells the cop who stopped her in a carpool lane she’s allowed to drive there because her pronouns are “they” and “them.” That’s from a video by a … more
RALEIGH — Remember when rapid automation was going to render large swaths of the workforce unemployed? Politicians and other professional worrywarts warned that robots would displace production … more
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