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President Joe Biden’s not exactly the Great Communicator, but his team’s messaging on COVID has been a complete disaster. And that’s bad news for the nation, since all the dubious … more
Earlier this month, when I heard that the Supreme Court had struck down a lawsuit claiming that Arizona’s election laws were a form of racist voter suppression, I happened to be standing where … more
Dunn is one of 10 towns in the running for a $3 million technology makeover in T-Mobile’s “Hometown Techover” initiative, expanding the mobile company’s 5G reach and … more
Cancel culture and wokeism have turned social media into truly perverse tools: They now aggressively censor key points of view (at least from those on the right) while, in the case of Facebook, … more
We can make transportation policy by finding out how people are going to travel and then making that travel as safe, efficient and environmentally friendly as possible. Or we can fantasize how we … more
Sen. Jim Burgin, R-Harnett, is getting kudos from one of the state’s major professional associations. At issue is the senator’s role as the primary sponsor of a bill which Gov. Roy … more
Since the beginning of the Reagan administration, the federal-budget submission to Congress has included a list of proposed budget cuts, terminations, consolidations, and savings, along with a … more
The Biden administration wants to prove that government can do everything better than the private sector, which often means creating solutions to problems that do not exist. And proving that point is … more
Spending other people’s money is a big responsibility. And the Harnett County Board of Commissioners showed how true that is when they voted 3-2 not to give tax money to private not-for-profit … more
President Ronald Reagan once said, “The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government, and I’m here to help.” Those words couldn’t … more
This weekend we will celebrate Memorial Day, a time to remember those who have died in defense of our liberties. Following is a list of area people who have made that sacrifice. Let’s always … more
By PAUL MAUNEY and BILL MOSS With no meaningful state law giving North Carolinians the right to see disciplinary records of those they employ in state and local government jobs, how will we ever … more
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