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I completed my latest travel venture Saturday and I found a few things, I lost a few, and I created some great memories. You don’t think of losing things as entertaining, but on this trip to … more
RALEIGH — North Carolinians are greatly concerned about our economy. According to the John Locke Foundation’s latest Civitas Poll, 77% of state voters believe we are currently in a … more
Wokeness has become the dominant religion in academia. That reality — along with skyrocketing tuition — diminishes the value proposition of most liberal arts universities. Potential … more
At least the pandemic had a silver lining. It taught parents that there are better alternatives to government schools. When COVID hit, bureaucrats in control were eager to close schools. Many … more
When Abraham Lincoln gave his famous address in Peoria, Illinois in 1854, slavery was the issue tearing apart the country, and Congress had just passed the Kansas-Nebraska Act championed by Sen. … more
For someone whose mother once told her that her feet were one of her best features, I think I’ve had a pretty interesting life. But don’t be too hard on her, she had not yet read Dr. … more
The elderly gentleman struggled to stand with his wife’s assistance. While the waitress refilled my water glass, I slid out of my booth and walked over to the couple. Me and his wife each … more
RALEIGH — In nearly all North Carolina communities with bus systems, ridership is significantly lower than it was just a few years ago. In Greensboro, for example, there were 1.9 million … more
Traveling is an interesting concept. Many plan for seeing other places in their retirement, they spend significant amounts of money during their working lives and dream of the places they want to … more
Scrolling through Facebook during the weekend I came across an interesting meme that immediately caught my attention. Pictured was an RC Cola and a Moon Pie. Lord, that was my daily summertime … more
Last week I spent a couple hours in a medical waiting room. It was in the morning, so I was a member of a small captive audience forced to listen to “Good Morning America.” While I … more
New polling from Pew Research and from NY Times/Siena College, released a few days apart, cast similarly dismal pictures regarding the popularity of President Joe Biden. Overall approval for Biden … more
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