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About halfway down page 5 in this morning’s News & Observer, we learn that the newspaper has settled a decade-old libel dispute.
About halfway down page 5 in this morning’s News & Observer, we learn that the newspaper has settled a decade-old libel dispute.
 
Yesterday The Raleigh News and Observer ran an article titled, North Carolina teachers may go on strike for higher pay and Medicaid expansion.
Yesterday The Raleigh News and Observer ran an article titled, North Carolina teachers may go on strike for higher pay and Medicaid expansion.
 
A recent News & Observer editorial on redistricting claimed that “the numbers (of districts likely to be won by either Republicans or Democrats) are irrelevant if the redistricting process remains — as it has — purely partisan.”
A recent News & Observer editorial on redistricting claimed that “the numbers (of districts likely to be won by either Republicans or Democrats) are irrelevant if the redistricting process remains — as it has — purely partisan.”
 
NC’s rate of 3.4% is higher than the national 3.2% average, clocking in at 16th highest in the country.
NC’s rate of 3.4% is higher than the national 3.2% average, clocking in at 16th highest in the country.
 
The News and Observer has stooped to an all new low. While we have become accustomed to their slanted and biased articles, 'reporting' information fed to them by a far-left George Soros-run organization is unconscionable.
The News and Observer has stooped to an all new low. While we have become accustomed to their slanted and biased articles, 'reporting' information fed to them by a far-left George Soros-run organization is unconscionable.
 
The News & Observer of Raleigh and The Charlotte Observer have offered up a wonderful example of the power of free and independent thought
The News & Observer of Raleigh and The Charlotte Observer have offered up a wonderful example of the power of free and independent thought
 
The N&O today tackled the issue of same-day registration (SDR), citing research conducted by the Civitas Institute
The N&O today tackled the issue of same-day registration (SDR), citing research conducted by the Civitas Institute
 
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.
 
The title of a recent Raleigh News and Observer article — “Economy in North Carolina is a Mixed Bag” — gives away the story’s conclusion. Of course, this conclusion is a rather trivial one that probably could be reached for every state in the union at any period in history.
The title of a recent Raleigh News and Observer article — “Economy in North Carolina is a Mixed Bag” — gives away the story’s conclusion. Of course, this conclusion is a rather trivial one that probably could be reached for every state in the union at any period in history.
 
If you've lived on this planet more than 20 years you've experienced constant changes. We constantly hear that the only thing that remains the same is change and nowhere is that change more evident than in the world of media.
If you've lived on this planet more than 20 years you've experienced constant changes. We constantly hear that the only thing that remains the same is change and nowhere is that change more evident than in the world of media.
 
On the front page of the November 28th edition of the Raleigh News and Observer the paper featured a report by Justin Catanoso, a Wake forest University journalism professor. The author expressed optimism that the Paris global warming conference would produce a "binding agreement to burn less...
On the front page of the November 28th edition of the Raleigh News and Observer the paper featured a report by Justin Catanoso, a Wake forest University journalism professor. The author expressed optimism that the Paris global warming conference would produce a "binding agreement to burn less...
 
Over the last few weeks, the Raleigh News and Observer (along with its sister outlet, the Charlotte Observer) has been waging war on the opponents of Common Core and in particular on the Academic Standards Review Commission, the body tasked with reviewing the math and English standards and...
Over the last few weeks, the Raleigh News and Observer (along with its sister outlet, the Charlotte Observer) has been waging war on the opponents of Common Core and in particular on the Academic Standards Review Commission, the body tasked with reviewing the math and English standards and...
 
By now, most of us have come to expect the left-wing bias of the Raleigh News & Observer.
By now, most of us have come to expect the left-wing bias of the Raleigh News & Observer.
 
It sure didn't take long for The miserably-failing Raleigh branch of the McClatchy empire to return to form as propagandameister for all things left-of-center.
It sure didn't take long for The miserably-failing Raleigh branch of the McClatchy empire to return to form as propagandameister for all things left-of-center.
 
In an editorial earlier this week, News & Observer editors admonished those who seek to slow down the implementation of Common Core Standards and want the state to back out from national testing requirements.
In an editorial earlier this week, News & Observer editors admonished those who seek to slow down the implementation of Common Core Standards and want the state to back out from national testing requirements.
 
What's the old saying about the heat in the kitchen? The mainstream media enjoys tossing out criticism of other people and their work.
What's the old saying about the heat in the kitchen? The mainstream media enjoys tossing out criticism of other people and their work.
 
The N.C. Rural Economic Development Center faces the most uncertainty since it was created in 1987.
The N.C. Rural Economic Development Center faces the most uncertainty since it was created in 1987.
 
Not true - that's my response to the oped by Yevonne Brannon and Nick Rhodes in last week's News & Observer about school vouchers and their supposed harmful impacts on students and schools.
Not true - that's my response to the oped by Yevonne Brannon and Nick Rhodes in last week's News & Observer about school vouchers and their supposed harmful impacts on students and schools.
 
Critics of school vouchers have been out in force recently, particularly in the pages of the News & Observer. For example, last week Yevonne Brannon and Nick Rhodes...
Critics of school vouchers have been out in force recently, particularly in the pages of the News & Observer. For example, last week Yevonne Brannon and Nick Rhodes...
 
Guest lecturer Rob Christensen appears to be filling in for John Frank at the Raleigh campus of McClatchy's School of Creative Writing. Mr. Frank, the school's dean, must be away on sabbatical trying to get the crayons sharpened.
Guest lecturer Rob Christensen appears to be filling in for John Frank at the Raleigh campus of McClatchy's School of Creative Writing. Mr. Frank, the school's dean, must be away on sabbatical trying to get the crayons sharpened.
 
A continued look at the media stooges within North Carolina is always appropriate.
A continued look at the media stooges within North Carolina is always appropriate.
 
Gunga Din was immortalized by Rudyard Kipling in literature -- and later in movies. He was a poor, hapless, shuffling, kowtowing, water-carrying man-servant to some British soldiers in India.
Gunga Din was immortalized by Rudyard Kipling in literature -- and later in movies. He was a poor, hapless, shuffling, kowtowing, water-carrying man-servant to some British soldiers in India.
 
John Frank and the rest of "The Gang That Couldn't Report Straight" have found a state board of elections report showing that 613,000 state voters have NO photo ID whatsoever.
John Frank and the rest of "The Gang That Couldn't Report Straight" have found a state board of elections report showing that 613,000 state voters have NO photo ID whatsoever.
 
Josephus Daniels was a prominent journalist and newspaper editor from North Carolina. He purchased the Raleigh News and Observer in 1894 and became a leading "New South" political commentator.
Josephus Daniels was a prominent journalist and newspaper editor from North Carolina. He purchased the Raleigh News and Observer in 1894 and became a leading "New South" political commentator.
 
The political establishment -- and the state political media -- are coming around to the realization that, barring the discovery of a dead girl or a live boy in the McCrory residence, Mayor Pat will be getting a promotion at the end of the year.
The political establishment -- and the state political media -- are coming around to the realization that, barring the discovery of a dead girl or a live boy in the McCrory residence, Mayor Pat will be getting a promotion at the end of the year.
 
It's pretty typical for the media to wait until the weeks before a big election before doing profiles on the candidates.
It's pretty typical for the media to wait until the weeks before a big election before doing profiles on the candidates.
 
The stenography pool in The N&O newsroom trumpeted recently an announcement of an ethics reform package by Democrat gubernatorial candidate Walter Dalton. Apparently, Dalton wants to clean up the legislature -- where he has been serving since 1996.
The stenography pool in The N&O newsroom trumpeted recently an announcement of an ethics reform package by Democrat gubernatorial candidate Walter Dalton. Apparently, Dalton wants to clean up the legislature -- where he has been serving since 1996.
 
Yep. That's the bill of goods wonderboy super-scribe Rob Christensen is trying to sell us in the pages of The N&O:
Yep. That's the bill of goods wonderboy super-scribe Rob Christensen is trying to sell us in the pages of The N&O:
 
    The boys and girls in The Ol' Reliable's newsroom have had a busy week -- running damage control for Walter Dalton, Elaine Marshall and NOW Barack Hussein Obama (MMM -- MMM -- MMM).
    The boys and girls in The Ol' Reliable's newsroom have had a busy week -- running damage control for Walter Dalton, Elaine Marshall and NOW Barack Hussein Obama (MMM -- MMM -- MMM).
 
Reading the News & Observer these days, you can almost sense the panic among the stenographers in the newsroom. Just yesterday, the paper ran an item about Pat McCrory's tax plan with a headline containing the word "nebulous." No, the item was NOT in the op-ed section. It was a "News" item.
Reading the News & Observer these days, you can almost sense the panic among the stenographers in the newsroom. Just yesterday, the paper ran an item about Pat McCrory's tax plan with a headline containing the word "nebulous." No, the item was NOT in the op-ed section. It was a "News" item.
 
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