Remarks made by an associate justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court at a Democratic Party fund-raising dinner, as well as her membership in a private organization, raise serious questions about her possible bias against the state’s new voter ID law. Under applicable judicial ethics rules, she should remove herself from the controversial litigation challenging the law before it reaches the state Supreme Court.
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By U.S. Sen. Mike Lee Like most Americans, I support the ability of individuals to collect unemployment insurance for a limited amount of time. But in order to start solving the problem of long-term unemployment, this debate has to begin addressing the president’s broken policies that are making it more difficult to find work. By […]
By Dr. Mark Creech Last month, in a sermon the media described as “fire and thunder,”  the Rev. William Barber, head of the NC NAACP, mounted the pulpit of Zion Baptist Church in Columbia, South Carolina, and began to excoriate all things political — to the right. Barber singled out by name U.S. Senator […]
The last four years have been marred not only by coverage cancellations, but also by higher costs, skyrocketing budgets, and data breaches that would make Edward Snowden blush. We can’t keep our doctors or our plans, and we’re quickly losing our freedoms. Help us keep it from reaching another anniversary with your gift today. You […]
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October 2013 Poll Presentation
Update: Visitation is Thursday Nov. 7th at Zebulon United Methodist Church from 6 to 9. Memorial services will be Friday, Nov. 8th at Saint Marks United Methodist Church, 4801 Six Forks rd in Raleigh at 2:00pm. Notice the time change from the pending for the memorial service.
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