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RALEIGH — It may sound preposterous at the moment, with North Carolina’s unemployment rate still significantly above its pre-COVID rate, but I think our leaders should be talking about … more
In late March, as the soil warms up, it can be common to see small bees flying around just above the ground and small mounds of soil they have created in the lawn. These bees are called ground … more
America, and the world, passed an unpleasant anniversary in recent weeks, marking a year since all our lives were changed. Later this year, we will mark 20 years since another dark day in our … more
RALEIGH — North Carolina governments shouldn’t be in the liquor business. Two recent stories illustrate this story well. One was written by my Carolina Journal colleague John Trump. … more
The Office of Management and Budget is the largest office in the executive branch of the federal government. First and foremost, the OMB prepares the federal budget proposal that the president … more
Something exciting has happened in North Carolina and we’re not talking about March madness. We’re spotlighting the cooperation and agreement reached between the legislature and Gov. … more
As March is Women’s History Month, the lead editorial in Tuesday’s edition was written by Kay James, president of the conservative Heritage Foundation in Washington. “The media … more
When the COVID-19 pandemic started and lockdowns became part of our daily lives, some romantic souls were predicting that this would produce a baby boom. Now, as the data shows up, we see exactly … more
“You got any dogs?” the woman running the alligator ranch and swamp tour asked. She was giving me the rules for setting up our motorhome to spend the night in her parking … more
RALEIGH — Just before the 2020 elections, the RealClearPolitics.com polling average had Joe Biden leading Donald Trump nationwide by 7.2 percentage points. Biden did end up winning the popular … more
In a few days members of the North Carolina House and Senate will respectively name new members to the UNC Board of Governors (BOG). Our advice to them: DON’T. Naming new members will only make … more
With a few spring-like days recently, many of us will soon have spring fever and want to start working on our gardens and landscapes. One common question that comes to our office is, “Can I … more
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