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Fake Frankie Waters, also known as King Frankie and Zip Code Waters was the guest speaker at the September 27 Beaufort County Republican Club meeting which was held at La Bella's Italian Restaurant.
Fake Frankie Waters, also known as King Frankie and Zip Code Waters was the guest speaker at the September 27 Beaufort County Republican Club meeting which was held at La Bella's Italian Restaurant.
 
Because of tough decisions made by the General Assembly and Gov. Pat McCrory, North Carolina's payroll tax is expected to drop by about $280 million in 2016 and as much as $550 million by 2017. What you think about this sequence of events says a lot about your political philosophy and your...
Because of tough decisions made by the General Assembly and Gov. Pat McCrory, North Carolina's payroll tax is expected to drop by about $280 million in 2016 and as much as $550 million by 2017. What you think about this sequence of events says a lot about your political philosophy and your...
 
Progressives everywhere are calling for an increase in the minimum wage. (For a look at the progressive movement's historical support for the minimum wage see this article.) The amount of the increase depends on who is calling for it. President Obama wants a 40 percent hike from the current...
Progressives everywhere are calling for an increase in the minimum wage. (For a look at the progressive movement's historical support for the minimum wage see this article.) The amount of the increase depends on who is calling for it. President Obama wants a 40 percent hike from the current...
 
Not much, it would seem. Yet according to the latest data, they are among the states leading the national pack in economic performance. The closer you look at the list of top performers, the more you start to see patterns that help explain why some states are faring well and others aren't within...
Not much, it would seem. Yet according to the latest data, they are among the states leading the national pack in economic performance. The closer you look at the list of top performers, the more you start to see patterns that help explain why some states are faring well and others aren't within...
 
Gov. Pat McCrory and the GOP-led state legislature are at odds over the budget, Medicaid reform, Common Core, and other issues.
Gov. Pat McCrory and the GOP-led state legislature are at odds over the budget, Medicaid reform, Common Core, and other issues.
 
The weather is getting warmer, the plants are in bloom, and people are starting to spend more time outside. Yes, it's springtime, and as we get more comfortable with the season change, one thing continues to put a damper on things - tax day. April 15 arrived today, but do you know exactly...
The weather is getting warmer, the plants are in bloom, and people are starting to spend more time outside. Yes, it's springtime, and as we get more comfortable with the season change, one thing continues to put a damper on things - tax day. April 15 arrived today, but do you know exactly...
 
I know my advice is fated to be hated. I know it's hard to follow. But I'm going to offer it, anyway - again. Politicians and pundits across the ideological spectrum should avoid drawing sweeping conclusions from limited, preliminary data about North Carolina's labor market.
I know my advice is fated to be hated. I know it's hard to follow. But I'm going to offer it, anyway - again. Politicians and pundits across the ideological spectrum should avoid drawing sweeping conclusions from limited, preliminary data about North Carolina's labor market.
 
I've devoted several recent columns to the subject of unemployment insurance (UI) and North Carolina's labor market. That's because the topic is an important and timely one, both within the state and outside it.
I've devoted several recent columns to the subject of unemployment insurance (UI) and North Carolina's labor market. That's because the topic is an important and timely one, both within the state and outside it.
 
For North Carolina liberals intent on recovering some political power in Raleigh, a funny thing happened on the way to a quorum: reality intruded on their most-cherished claims about the two biggest issues in North Carolina politics.
For North Carolina liberals intent on recovering some political power in Raleigh, a funny thing happened on the way to a quorum: reality intruded on their most-cherished claims about the two biggest issues in North Carolina politics.
 
Although it may not seem obvious at first, there is a common denominator between two separate dramas playing out in Washington and Raleigh right now. Nationally, the top story in domestic policy is the impending implementation of the Affordable Care Act a.k.a. Obamacare.
Although it may not seem obvious at first, there is a common denominator between two separate dramas playing out in Washington and Raleigh right now. Nationally, the top story in domestic policy is the impending implementation of the Affordable Care Act a.k.a. Obamacare.
 
As a longtime advocate of shortening North Carolina's ballot and rationalizing the distribution of executive power in state government, I was glad to see some folks reacting to a recent News & Observer series on workers-comp evasion by calling for state agency reorganization.
As a longtime advocate of shortening North Carolina's ballot and rationalizing the distribution of executive power in state government, I was glad to see some folks reacting to a recent News & Observer series on workers-comp evasion by calling for state agency reorganization.
 
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