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How does the Fake News succeed? They are devoid of any real journalists, even less integrity, and making up stuff to sell to those that don't really pay attention to much is their "stock n' trade".
How does the Fake News succeed? They are devoid of any real journalists, even less integrity, and making up stuff to sell to those that don't really pay attention to much is their "stock n' trade".
 
The larger question may remain: Who is willing to learn, and intellectually expand their horizons to become better providers, better citizens and truer patriots?
The larger question may remain: Who is willing to learn, and intellectually expand their horizons to become better providers, better citizens and truer patriots?
 
Frustration with the rising cost of health care gave politicians the ammo they needed to hang this ObamaCare monstrosity around our necks.
Frustration with the rising cost of health care gave politicians the ammo they needed to hang this ObamaCare monstrosity around our necks.
 
Governor Pat McCrory convened the first North Carolina Education Cabinet meeting in nearly three years today. At the meeting, the group outlined several key goals and objectives to improve our education system.
Governor Pat McCrory convened the first North Carolina Education Cabinet meeting in nearly three years today. At the meeting, the group outlined several key goals and objectives to improve our education system.
 
The committee contemplating a strategic plan for our university system was asked an interesting question in their opening session: How much education does North Carolina need?
The committee contemplating a strategic plan for our university system was asked an interesting question in their opening session: How much education does North Carolina need?
 
The N&O is presenting the surprising, shocking news that the NC Association of Educators is upset with GOP gubernatorial nominee -- and general election frontrunner -- Pat McCrory.
The N&O is presenting the surprising, shocking news that the NC Association of Educators is upset with GOP gubernatorial nominee -- and general election frontrunner -- Pat McCrory.
 
School choice in North Carolina recently hit a major roadblock when Superior Court Judge Abraham Jones barred a virtual charter school from operating in the state.
School choice in North Carolina recently hit a major roadblock when Superior Court Judge Abraham Jones barred a virtual charter school from operating in the state.
 
Democratic Gov. Bev Perdue on Friday said she planned to veto the budget adjustments passed by the GOP-dominated General Assembly.
Democratic Gov. Bev Perdue on Friday said she planned to veto the budget adjustments passed by the GOP-dominated General Assembly.
 
Since taking office as your Lieutenant Governor, I have worked extensively on the intersection of jobs and education and to prepare today's students for skilled jobs of the future.
Since taking office as your Lieutenant Governor, I have worked extensively on the intersection of jobs and education and to prepare today's students for skilled jobs of the future.
 
In that piece I shared a new report that detailed the changes in modern college and university curricula away from required foundational courses more toward a smorgasbord that ignores the classics of the liberal arts curriculum.
In that piece I shared a new report that detailed the changes in modern college and university curricula away from required foundational courses more toward a smorgasbord that ignores the classics of the liberal arts curriculum.
 
For years in North Carolina, when teachers and state employees complained about salaries that were lower than their counterparts in the private sector.
For years in North Carolina, when teachers and state employees complained about salaries that were lower than their counterparts in the private sector.
 
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