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If you say that North Carolina's public schools are better than they used to be, you'll get no argument from me.
If you say that North Carolina's public schools are better than they used to be, you'll get no argument from me.
 
From 1929 to 1974, more than 7,000 forced sterilizations were performed in North Carolina. The state-sponsored Eugenics Board, which was responsible for ordering sterilizations sanctioned by the government, was not abolished until 1977.
From 1929 to 1974, more than 7,000 forced sterilizations were performed in North Carolina. The state-sponsored Eugenics Board, which was responsible for ordering sterilizations sanctioned by the government, was not abolished until 1977.
 
These latest announcements from Chocowinity Middle School, via the Beaufort County School System, reminds us that schools are a focal point of activity.
These latest announcements from Chocowinity Middle School, via the Beaufort County School System, reminds us that schools are a focal point of activity.
 
Victims of the state's forced sterilization program moved a step closer to getting $50,000 in compensation apiece after the House Judiciary Committee gave its blessing to the proposal on Tuesday.
Victims of the state's forced sterilization program moved a step closer to getting $50,000 in compensation apiece after the House Judiciary Committee gave its blessing to the proposal on Tuesday.
 
Thirty-four years ago today, this young man took a giant step toward improving his prospects for a good and purposeful life: I married Lynn Womble.
Thirty-four years ago today, this young man took a giant step toward improving his prospects for a good and purposeful life: I married Lynn Womble.
 
It happened again a few days ago, but by now I'm used to progressives accusing me of being an ideologue whose intransigence is responsible for gridlock in our national, state, and local policymaking, and for preventing society's transformation.
It happened again a few days ago, but by now I'm used to progressives accusing me of being an ideologue whose intransigence is responsible for gridlock in our national, state, and local policymaking, and for preventing society's transformation.
 
John Locke Foundation President John Hood discussed Perdue recently with Donna Martinez for Carolina Journal Radio. (Click here to find a station near you or to learn about the weekly CJ Radio podcast.)
John Locke Foundation President John Hood discussed Perdue recently with Donna Martinez for Carolina Journal Radio. (Click here to find a station near you or to learn about the weekly CJ Radio podcast.)
 
It sure looks as though Beaufort County has hit the "Big Time" We have our own lobbyist (well, at least part of one).
It sure looks as though Beaufort County has hit the "Big Time" We have our own lobbyist (well, at least part of one).
 
Ruth Elizabeth Tetterton Linton, 90, a resident of Roanoke Landing Nursing Center, Plymouth, and formerly of the Terra Ceia Community, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Saturday, May 26, 2012.
Ruth Elizabeth Tetterton Linton, 90, a resident of Roanoke Landing Nursing Center, Plymouth, and formerly of the Terra Ceia Community, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Saturday, May 26, 2012.
 
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