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As a Black woman who grew up in the segregated South, I’m shocked and appalled with the race-baiting from mostly White left-wing politicians who are throwing around the “Jim Crow” … more
During the Democratic presidential primaries, Joe Biden was one of the few candidates against packing the Supreme Court, among other radical “reform” proposals. Bernie Sanders happened … more
Born in Portsmouth, Virginia, and raised in Richmond’s housing projects to a single mother in the segregated South, Kay C. James was one of the first children to take part in an historic … more
Having been involved in public policy for nearly four decades, I’ve all too often seen the unintended consequences of liberals’ misguided compassion. I experienced those consequences … more
Just as the likes of the great conservative Justice Clarence Thomas —the only Black justice on the U.S. Supreme Court — are often left out of mentions of Black History Month in February, … more
Donald Trump showed up at CPAC, the Conservative Political Action Conference, and reminded everyone why, with all his provocations, so many are still on board with him. Our country IS in trouble … more
Marsha Johnson’s retirement — effective Monday — marks the end of a great public-service career. As Harnett County’s clerk of court, Mrs. Johnson and her staff oversee the … more
The right to vote is one of the most sacred rights that we as citizens can exercise. We select the individuals who will lead us and the policies we will live under in our daily lives. Yet the system … more
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