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If you're a frequent visitor to Mapping the Left (mappingtheleft.com) you have watched the website go through a transformation in the last few weeks. The look is new and mappingtheleft.com has been redesigned with advanced capabilities. You will notice faster and more powerful, yet simple...
If you're a frequent visitor to Mapping the Left (mappingtheleft.com) you have watched the website go through a transformation in the last few weeks. The look is new and mappingtheleft.com has been redesigned with advanced capabilities. You will notice faster and more powerful, yet simple...
 
Environmentalists like to preach that all life is connected - but they themselves are connected in an intricate web of activists, groups, money and influence. And our revamped Mapping the Left site kicks off by unveiling a new network showing how these links are spread across North Carolina.
Environmentalists like to preach that all life is connected - but they themselves are connected in an intricate web of activists, groups, money and influence. And our revamped Mapping the Left site kicks off by unveiling a new network showing how these links are spread across North Carolina.
 
Who does it take for the NC General Assembly to move fast? Apparently lawmakers can act swiftly if they want to legalize hemp, a relative of marijuana, especially when four lobbyists are on the job, and when the son of a political insider stands to benefit.
Who does it take for the NC General Assembly to move fast? Apparently lawmakers can act swiftly if they want to legalize hemp, a relative of marijuana, especially when four lobbyists are on the job, and when the son of a political insider stands to benefit.
 
WRAL's Laura Leslie wrote about an Energy Forum held at the Legislature yesterday organized by opponents of renewable energy programs. (Translation from WRAL speak: opponents to taxpayer-funded renewable energy programs.) The central theme of Leslie's article seems to be the famous "Koch Brothers."
WRAL's Laura Leslie wrote about an Energy Forum held at the Legislature yesterday organized by opponents of renewable energy programs. (Translation from WRAL speak: opponents to taxpayer-funded renewable energy programs.) The central theme of Leslie's article seems to be the famous "Koch Brothers."
 
There were very few surprises during this summer's three-week federal court hearing to decide the fate of election reform legislation that was passed in 2013 and implemented in 2014 — but there was one big revelation.
There were very few surprises during this summer's three-week federal court hearing to decide the fate of election reform legislation that was passed in 2013 and implemented in 2014 — but there was one big revelation.
 
The hearing that will determine the fate of North Carolina's election reform law wrapped up Aug. 7. Groups that included the NC NAACP and the League of Women Voters of NC, ­joined by Eric Holder's (and Loretta Lynch's) U.S. Justice Department, are suing the state over election reform legislation (th
The hearing that will determine the fate of North Carolina's election reform law wrapped up Aug. 7. Groups that included the NC NAACP and the League of Women Voters of NC, ­joined by Eric Holder's (and Loretta Lynch's) U.S. Justice Department, are suing the state over election reform legislation (th
 
The physical resemblance is uncanny, but it's not the only thing Jay Faison and Tom Steyer have in common. They both are wealthy political environmental activists who have decided they will spend their millions/billions to support the politics of environmentalism and the agenda of Big Solar - one...
The physical resemblance is uncanny, but it's not the only thing Jay Faison and Tom Steyer have in common. They both are wealthy political environmental activists who have decided they will spend their millions/billions to support the politics of environmentalism and the agenda of Big Solar - one...
 
North Carolina is the first state to lose a voter photo ID case and the Republicans in the state legislature were the deciding factor.
North Carolina is the first state to lose a voter photo ID case and the Republicans in the state legislature were the deciding factor.
 
North Carolina is the first state to lose a voter photo ID case and the Republicans in the state legislature were the deciding factor.
North Carolina is the first state to lose a voter photo ID case and the Republicans in the state legislature were the deciding factor.
 
The court battle over the Voter Information Verification Act (VIVA), the landmark election reform legislation signed into law in 2013, will begin again in a few weeks. U.S. Judge Thomas D. Schroeder, from the United States District Court, Middle District of North Carolina, will begin to hear...
The court battle over the Voter Information Verification Act (VIVA), the landmark election reform legislation signed into law in 2013, will begin again in a few weeks. U.S. Judge Thomas D. Schroeder, from the United States District Court, Middle District of North Carolina, will begin to hear...
 
Liberal/progressive legislators look to add yet another official form of identification to the already lengthy list of acceptable voter photo IDs with HB 240. This bill would amend the list of acceptable voter photo IDs to include college and university ID's when the new voter ID law goes into...
Liberal/progressive legislators look to add yet another official form of identification to the already lengthy list of acceptable voter photo IDs with HB 240. This bill would amend the list of acceptable voter photo IDs to include college and university ID's when the new voter ID law goes into...
 
In two previous articles, we examined how Republican political consultants in North Carolina have pushed the agenda of Big Solar - the solar power companies and their millionaire owners - in order to protect renewable power source mandates, thus driving up electricity bills and hampering the...
In two previous articles, we examined how Republican political consultants in North Carolina have pushed the agenda of Big Solar - the solar power companies and their millionaire owners - in order to protect renewable power source mandates, thus driving up electricity bills and hampering the...
 
What do President Barack Obama and a growing number of Republicans in the North Carolina General Assembly have in common? The answer - their love of major solar energy companies - Big Solar, for short.
What do President Barack Obama and a growing number of Republicans in the North Carolina General Assembly have in common? The answer - their love of major solar energy companies - Big Solar, for short.
 
They say "timing is everything", but it's hard to understand the timing behind this week's "Bad Bill of the Week"; House Bill 239, Restore Early Voting Days. HB 239's primary sponsors Larry Hall (D-Durham), Marvin Lucas (D-Cumberland), Garland Pierce (D-Hoke) and Pricey Harrison (D-Guilford) are...
They say "timing is everything", but it's hard to understand the timing behind this week's "Bad Bill of the Week"; House Bill 239, Restore Early Voting Days. HB 239's primary sponsors Larry Hall (D-Durham), Marvin Lucas (D-Cumberland), Garland Pierce (D-Hoke) and Pricey Harrison (D-Guilford) are...
 
The most recent Civitas Poll shows North Carolina voters strongly support laws protecting the integrity and stature of the election process.
The most recent Civitas Poll shows North Carolina voters strongly support laws protecting the integrity and stature of the election process.
 
It can be very difficult to grasp or visualize the vastness of the network of left-wing groups in North Carolina. But one way to start is with the key group on the left, the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation - and the family that dominates it.
It can be very difficult to grasp or visualize the vastness of the network of left-wing groups in North Carolina. But one way to start is with the key group on the left, the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation - and the family that dominates it.
 
Kudos to Senate leader Phil Berger for his incisive answer as to whether he would support an independent redistricting commission. According to Gary Robertson of the Associated Press, Berger said...
Kudos to Senate leader Phil Berger for his incisive answer as to whether he would support an independent redistricting commission. According to Gary Robertson of the Associated Press, Berger said...
 
The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation hasn't always been the largest funder of liberal activist organizations in North Carolina. But just as the Reynolds family moved away from the legacy of its founding patriarch, in time the foundation abandoned its roots in free-market innovation and success to...
The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation hasn't always been the largest funder of liberal activist organizations in North Carolina. But just as the Reynolds family moved away from the legacy of its founding patriarch, in time the foundation abandoned its roots in free-market innovation and success to...
 
In North Carolina, left-wing nonprofit advocacy groups for decades have wielded an alarming amount of power in the media, state politics, and government. They work together, both in loose coalitions and organized networks, to influence and control public policy.
In North Carolina, left-wing nonprofit advocacy groups for decades have wielded an alarming amount of power in the media, state politics, and government. They work together, both in loose coalitions and organized networks, to influence and control public policy.
 
The state Department of Transportation (DOT) is reportedly charging the Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC) for merely looking up public records in its files — and that's before providing the records themselves. According to The News & Observer, the SELC has requested to look at DOT...
The state Department of Transportation (DOT) is reportedly charging the Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC) for merely looking up public records in its files — and that's before providing the records themselves. According to The News & Observer, the SELC has requested to look at DOT...
 
On Dec. 9, the State Board of Elections (SBOE) heard three different appeals stemming from protests that were dismissed by the local boards of elections in Durham, Scotland and New Hanover counties. In two of the three cases (Durham and Scotland) there were allegations of voter fraud and/or vote buy
On Dec. 9, the State Board of Elections (SBOE) heard three different appeals stemming from protests that were dismissed by the local boards of elections in Durham, Scotland and New Hanover counties. In two of the three cases (Durham and Scotland) there were allegations of voter fraud and/or vote buy
 
The midterm elections saw record turnout and relatively few glitches, but a few things stood out to undermine the liberal claim that "there is no voter fraud in North Carolina." Here are just a few examples of potential or actual fraud.
The midterm elections saw record turnout and relatively few glitches, but a few things stood out to undermine the liberal claim that "there is no voter fraud in North Carolina." Here are just a few examples of potential or actual fraud.
 
The Advancement Project, in a press release dated August 21, announced that the North Carolina NAACP was appealing U.S. District Judge Thomas D. Schroeder’s decision earlier this month to deny a preliminary injunction to block certain provisions of VIVA in the November 2014 election.
The Advancement Project, in a press release dated August 21, announced that the North Carolina NAACP was appealing U.S. District Judge Thomas D. Schroeder’s decision earlier this month to deny a preliminary injunction to block certain provisions of VIVA in the November 2014 election.
 
The State Board of Elections will meet this Thursday at 1 p.m. The SBOE is meeting to appoint new county board of elections members.
The State Board of Elections will meet this Thursday at 1 p.m. The SBOE is meeting to appoint new county board of elections members.
 
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