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Facts or political agenda on COVID narrative
Facts or political agenda on COVID narrative
 
Fauci vs facts on Delta variant
Kevin Williamson of National Review Online wonders why a media outlet would employ tactics that violate the essence of journalism.
Kevin Williamson of National Review Online wonders why a media outlet would employ tactics that violate the essence of journalism.
 
A statewide, machine recount is under way in the North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice contest
A statewide, machine recount is under way in the North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice contest
 
The State Board of Elections is releasing the following facts about the post-election vote-counting process in North Carolina, in part to address rapidly spreading misinformation.
The State Board of Elections is releasing the following facts about the post-election vote-counting process in North Carolina, in part to address rapidly spreading misinformation.
 
Local and national headlines have highlighted recent battles involving history.
 
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem has accused the media of manipulating facts, choosing what to cover and what not to cover, to push lockdowns for the coronavirus pandemic.
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem has accused the media of manipulating facts, choosing what to cover and what not to cover, to push lockdowns for the coronavirus pandemic.
 
Expect many of this year's debates to omit important questions about the impact of new taxes.
Expect many of this year's debates to omit important questions about the impact of new taxes.
 
As the debate over Medicaid expansion continues, it is vital to have an understanding of the real impact of closing North Carolina’s health coverage gap and to dispel false allegations and misinformation.
As the debate over Medicaid expansion continues, it is vital to have an understanding of the real impact of closing North Carolina’s health coverage gap and to dispel false allegations and misinformation.
 
The "old people" used to say "where there is smoke, there is fire." They said this often, when something seemed obvious, hoping we kids would learn the art of deducting facts and making conclusions.
The "old people" used to say "where there is smoke, there is fire." They said this often, when something seemed obvious, hoping we kids would learn the art of deducting facts and making conclusions.
 
This past Sunday, editors at the News & Observer ran Tell the truth on NC school funding. Not surprisingly, the N&O gives their side of school funding.
This past Sunday, editors at the News & Observer ran Tell the truth on NC school funding. Not surprisingly, the N&O gives their side of school funding.
 
I have strong opinions. You probably do, too. Most people have deeply felt convictions about at least some matters of public controversy. Given the right context, most are willing to express their views to others and debate their disagreements.
I have strong opinions. You probably do, too. Most people have deeply felt convictions about at least some matters of public controversy. Given the right context, most are willing to express their views to others and debate their disagreements.
 
"Facts are stubborn things," future president John Adams said in court. The occasion for Adams' observation is noteworthy, because Adams had taken the highly unpopular, personally dangerous task of defending Capt. Thomas Preston and eight British soldiers accused of shooting and killing five...
"Facts are stubborn things," future president John Adams said in court. The occasion for Adams' observation is noteworthy, because Adams had taken the highly unpopular, personally dangerous task of defending Capt. Thomas Preston and eight British soldiers accused of shooting and killing five...
 
"Facts are stubborn things," future president John Adams said in court. The occasion for Adam's observation is noteworthy, because Adams had taken the highly unpopular, personally dangerous task of defending Captain Thomas Preston and eight British soldiers accused of shooting and killing five...
"Facts are stubborn things," future president John Adams said in court. The occasion for Adam's observation is noteworthy, because Adams had taken the highly unpopular, personally dangerous task of defending Captain Thomas Preston and eight British soldiers accused of shooting and killing five...
 
Today, former Governor James G. Martin donated some of his personal and historical artifacts from his tenure as governor to the North Carolina Museum of History. Governor Pat McCrory joined in the ceremony and thanked Governor Martin for his donations and legacy of public service.
Today, former Governor James G. Martin donated some of his personal and historical artifacts from his tenure as governor to the North Carolina Museum of History. Governor Pat McCrory joined in the ceremony and thanked Governor Martin for his donations and legacy of public service.
 
You'd have thought by now that the news media would have learned the hard lessons of prejudging a story or a situation before all the facts are in.
You'd have thought by now that the news media would have learned the hard lessons of prejudging a story or a situation before all the facts are in.
 
Incarcerated prisoners are not entitled to unemployment benefits because they obviously do not meet the condition of being able, available, and actively looking for work.
Incarcerated prisoners are not entitled to unemployment benefits because they obviously do not meet the condition of being able, available, and actively looking for work.
 
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