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Democrat Senate candidate Jeff Jackson is modeling his latest climate plan off of failed Commissioner of Agriculture candidate and far-left activist Jenna Wadsworth.
Democrat Senate candidate Jeff Jackson is modeling his latest climate plan off of failed Commissioner of Agriculture candidate and far-left activist Jenna Wadsworth.
 
after VS Supreme Court rules for far left governor's executive order
after VS Supreme Court rules for far left governor's executive order
 
The Golden LEAF Foundation Board recently adopted a long-term strategic plan to serve as a roadmap for the next few years.
The Golden LEAF Foundation Board recently adopted a long-term strategic plan to serve as a roadmap for the next few years.
 
During an interview with CNN host Anderson Cooper on Monday night, former President Barack Obama warned of the “dangers of cancel culture.”
During an interview with CNN host Anderson Cooper on Monday night, former President Barack Obama warned of the “dangers of cancel culture.”
 
Klein talks identity, pop culture in new book
 
“I may disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.”
“I may disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.”
 
Andrea Widburg of the American Thinker highlights a possible turn in cancel culture.
Andrea Widburg of the American Thinker highlights a possible turn in cancel culture.
 
John Daniel Davidson of the Federalist explores the latest instance of kooky cancel culture.
John Daniel Davidson of the Federalist explores the latest instance of kooky cancel culture.
 
J.B. Shurk recommends at American Thinker that people differentiate themselves from today’s popular culture.
J.B. Shurk recommends at American Thinker that people differentiate themselves from today’s popular culture.
 
Joseph Epstein ponders for Commentary magazine the reaction to his well-publicized op-ed on the First Lady’s education credentials.
Joseph Epstein ponders for Commentary magazine the reaction to his well-publicized op-ed on the First Lady’s education credentials.
 
So much is made of the Cancel Culture, which is as real as Trump Derangement Syndrome; however, the Impeachment Culture, as an offshoot of this Cancel Culture, has NOW won the day for the religiously Woke.
So much is made of the Cancel Culture, which is as real as Trump Derangement Syndrome; however, the Impeachment Culture, as an offshoot of this Cancel Culture, has NOW won the day for the religiously Woke.
 
The leftwing nuts hate Trump and now the hate anyone who supported Trump. Next is Franklin Graham
The leftwing nuts hate Trump and now the hate anyone who supported Trump. Next is Franklin Graham
 
With civic and political conflict headlining the news nearly every day, I’ve been searching for a bright spot on which to pin my hopes for reconciliation in this country.
With civic and political conflict headlining the news nearly every day, I’ve been searching for a bright spot on which to pin my hopes for reconciliation in this country.
 
Radicals on campus do more than just “cancel” speakers. Failure by administrators to stand firm alters the atmosphere at colleges as well as, eventually, our system of government.
Radicals on campus do more than just “cancel” speakers. Failure by administrators to stand firm alters the atmosphere at colleges as well as, eventually, our system of government.
 
Editors at National Review Online raise concerns about the prospect of California Attorney General Xavier Becerra becoming the head of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Editors at National Review Online raise concerns about the prospect of California Attorney General Xavier Becerra becoming the head of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
 
Tanner Aliff writes at the Daily Signal about one consequence of cancel culture.
Tanner Aliff writes at the Daily Signal about one consequence of cancel culture.
 
Nowhere is “cancel culture” more deeply entrenched than in academia; it was commonplace there long before the actual phrase was coined to describe the current social media phenomenon.
Nowhere is “cancel culture” more deeply entrenched than in academia; it was commonplace there long before the actual phrase was coined to describe the current social media phenomenon.
 
People that work at universities and newspapers should be the most intellectually free people in the world.
People that work at universities and newspapers should be the most intellectually free people in the world.
 
Emily Jashinsky of the Federalist questions the impact of so-called “cancel culture.”
Emily Jashinsky of the Federalist questions the impact of so-called “cancel culture.”
 
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Office announced a $329,983 grant to Beaufort County Community College to create more options for distance learning.
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Office announced a $329,983 grant to Beaufort County Community College to create more options for distance learning.
 
Joel Zinberg writes for National Review Online about one serious problem linked to cancel culture.
Joel Zinberg writes for National Review Online about one serious problem linked to cancel culture.
 
Mind control is an ancient craft. But in today's social media culture it has taken on a whole new essence.
Mind control is an ancient craft. But in today's social media culture it has taken on a whole new essence.
 
Joshua Lawson of the Federalist describes why “The Star-Spangled Banner” deserves celebration, not condemnation.
Joshua Lawson of the Federalist describes why “The Star-Spangled Banner” deserves celebration, not condemnation.
 
There is a difference between liberals and leftists.
 
Elizabeth Powers explains at National Review Online how an insidious element of college campus culture has affected the rest of society.
Elizabeth Powers explains at National Review Online how an insidious element of college campus culture has affected the rest of society.
 
Spearheaded by the recent protests and riots over the unjust killing of George Floyd, the dogmatic outrage and conceit that inform cancel culture are now invading the American workplace.
Spearheaded by the recent protests and riots over the unjust killing of George Floyd, the dogmatic outrage and conceit that inform cancel culture are now invading the American workplace.
 
Two students will head to N.C. State University this fall to complete a bachelor’s degree that they started at Beaufort County Community College.
Two students will head to N.C. State University this fall to complete a bachelor’s degree that they started at Beaufort County Community College.
 
John Daniel Davidson of the Federalist explores one disturbing aspect of Americans’ response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
John Daniel Davidson of the Federalist explores one disturbing aspect of Americans’ response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
Department to Temporarily Amend Certain H-2A Requirements During COVID-19 National Emergency
 
Postdoctoral scholar Janire Pascual-Gonzalez has her eyes on new ways to boost N.C. agriculture
Postdoctoral scholar Janire Pascual-Gonzalez has her eyes on new ways to boost N.C. agriculture
 
As education goes, so goes nearly everything else: politics, culture, and social cohesion.
As education goes, so goes nearly everything else: politics, culture, and social cohesion.
 
When political disagreement breaks down to demonizing one’s ideological opponents, something clearly has gone amiss.
When political disagreement breaks down to demonizing one’s ideological opponents, something clearly has gone amiss.
 
Making it easier for consumers to find oysters in other months – not just Thanksgiving or Christmas – is one of the long-term goals of a multi-institutional grant involving an East Carolina University faculty member.
Making it easier for consumers to find oysters in other months – not just Thanksgiving or Christmas – is one of the long-term goals of a multi-institutional grant involving an East Carolina University faculty member.
 
Counter-cultural haven has a new district attorney with an 'interesting' past — and today's young servicemen and women might not like those combat roles so much
Counter-cultural haven has a new district attorney with an 'interesting' past — and today's young servicemen and women might not like those combat roles so much
 
Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler and department leaders wrongly spent $22,000 in travel expenses during the N.C. State Fair, a new audit report says.
Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler and department leaders wrongly spent $22,000 in travel expenses during the N.C. State Fair, a new audit report says.
 
Who says you can’t bring food into the library? As part of its Community Voices series, the Beaufort County Community College library will hold a two-part Cooking Culture event.
Who says you can’t bring food into the library? As part of its Community Voices series, the Beaufort County Community College library will hold a two-part Cooking Culture event.
 
Macalester College is a small (2,000-plus students), highly regarded, and very selective liberal arts college in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Macalester College is a small (2,000-plus students), highly regarded, and very selective liberal arts college in St. Paul, Minnesota.
 
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