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governments looking for ''emergencies'' to increase their control over us
governments looking for ''emergencies'' to increase their control over us
 
Editors at the Washington Examiner pan the president’s approach to his opening 100 days.
Editors at the Washington Examiner pan the president’s approach to his opening 100 days.
 
Paul Larkin explains in a Federalist column why advocates of big government should worry about Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court nomination.
Paul Larkin explains in a Federalist column why advocates of big government should worry about Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court nomination.
 
Paul Craig Roberts takes a look at the document that holds the states in a Union and questions whether the legal bonds still exist.
Paul Craig Roberts takes a look at the document that holds the states in a Union and questions whether the legal bonds still exist.
 
If you're a parent of a child starting school this fall, you have plenty to worry about. First of all, you hope your child likes school, can make friends and gets a good teacher, and, oh yeah, can also find their way onto the right bus. Once that gets taken care of, parents can also worry about...
If you're a parent of a child starting school this fall, you have plenty to worry about. First of all, you hope your child likes school, can make friends and gets a good teacher, and, oh yeah, can also find their way onto the right bus. Once that gets taken care of, parents can also worry about...
 
Just when I think the NC Chamber can't sink any lower, they DO.
 
Big government "progressives" love telling other people what to do (and spending other people's money). It's all about control, as a central tenant of progressivism is a strong central state controlling what should be free, voluntary associations between citizens.
Big government "progressives" love telling other people what to do (and spending other people's money). It's all about control, as a central tenant of progressivism is a strong central state controlling what should be free, voluntary associations between citizens.
 
George Gilder doesn't quote the Bard in his latest book, but one could picture him as Hamlet to his reader's Horatio, pointing out: "There are more things in heaven and earth ... than are dreamt of in your philosophy."
George Gilder doesn't quote the Bard in his latest book, but one could picture him as Hamlet to his reader's Horatio, pointing out: "There are more things in heaven and earth ... than are dreamt of in your philosophy."
 
$100 million for ONE US Senate race. Most of it flooded in from out of state.
$100 million for ONE US Senate race. Most of it flooded in from out of state.
 
That was an example of the kind of commentary we got during debate on traffic cameras in the North Carolina Senate.
That was an example of the kind of commentary we got during debate on traffic cameras in the North Carolina Senate.
 
One of the Democratic Party's key selling points is that Democrats favor the little guy struggling against Big Business and other powerful forces.
One of the Democratic Party's key selling points is that Democrats favor the little guy struggling against Big Business and other powerful forces.
 
A reporter, television-radio executive, and U.S. Senator, Jesse Helms was born October 18, 1921, in Monroe, N.C., to Jesse Alexander and Ethel Mae Helms.
A reporter, television-radio executive, and U.S. Senator, Jesse Helms was born October 18, 1921, in Monroe, N.C., to Jesse Alexander and Ethel Mae Helms.
 
Yet just this week we learned from emails that got put out during the debate about the auto industry bailouts that the Obama Administration played favorites with who got the benefits and who got the shaft.
Yet just this week we learned from emails that got put out during the debate about the auto industry bailouts that the Obama Administration played favorites with who got the benefits and who got the shaft.
 
President Obama's statement -- "If you've got a business, you didn't build that. Somebody else made that happen" -- made at a July 13 speech in Roanoke, Va., did not sit well with business owners in North Carolina and across the country.
President Obama's statement -- "If you've got a business, you didn't build that. Somebody else made that happen" -- made at a July 13 speech in Roanoke, Va., did not sit well with business owners in North Carolina and across the country.
 
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