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UNC Law. Dave Matthews Band. Sex Scandal. Gene Nichol.

” … I did it.  Guilty as charged …” — actual Dave Matthews Band lyric __________________ The loathsome, odious Gene Nichol  — who sources say may or may not live in a van down  by the river — serves as The Boyd Tinsley Distinguished Professor at UNC Law School.  Apparently,…

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#ncga: House GOP buying into “equity and diversity training” for cops?

That’s what it looks like: The House Select Committee on School Safety approved 14 recommendations to make schools safer. These recommendations made on Thursday, May 10, include more funding for school resource officers, licensing reciprocity for school psychologists, and requiring peer-to-peer counseling programs in schools. The school safety committee was…

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EIGHT pay increases in FIVE YEARS ???

Wow.  Where do I sign up for THAT JOB? The recipients of said pay raises were in Raleigh this week clad in red, skipping out on their jobs, and demanding MORE MONEY: While covering the teachers union-led protest that occurred at the North Carolina General Assembly this week, it was…

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#ncga: The price is NEVER right in the public education money chase

Nope.  Jones Street Republicans will not be joining Drew Carey on the stage.  (The union thugs won’t let them.) The drivebys have swamped us with lovey-dovey coverage of the union thug-orchestrated “Red for Ed” march on Raleigh.  Your little skulls full of mush got a day off while their teachers…

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“Far” right, far left — AND FAR WRONG !

That reanimated fossil Rob Christensen is at it again in The N&O newsroom.  I still don’t understand WHY people think he is such a political Svengali.  He doesn’t have a clue.  Here he is on last Tuesday’s vote: North Carolina’s primary on Tuesday reflected two powerful national trends that are…

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“Houston, we HAVE a choice.”

Conservatives have been told time and again to suck it up and get behind weak, spineless big government candidates.  “Where else are you gonna go?”  the RINOs sneer at us. Well, it appears right-thinking folks fed up with the NCGOP now have an option.  It appears, according to the state…

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#ncga: Timmy & co. cram for teacher march

Oh, look.  New mail from Jones Street: From: Joseph Kyzer (Rep. Tim Moore) Sent: Tuesday, May 15, 2018 1:12 PMTo: @House/Republican/LAs <houserepublicanlas@ncleg.net>; @House/Republican/Members <Houserepublicanmembers2@ncleg.net>; @Speaker Tim Moore’s Staff <SpeakerTimMoore’sStaff@ncleg.net>Subject: Materials for Staff Meeting Today: FAQs, Facts, Website Importance: High Good Afternoon Members and Staff,  Please reference the attached resources in advance of the House Republican staff meeting…

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Coffee, teeth-whitening, and now “thugs”: a liberal-triggering epidemic

Yikes!  There is no telling what will set off the granola-and-patchouli crowd these days.  Many times leftists will simply exaggerate and twist words to put conservatives on the defensive.  However, what they’re doing to state Rep. Mark Brody is out-and-out LYING. Here is what Brody wrote on Facebook: Union County…

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#ncga: GOP looking to OUTSPEND Cooper ???

We told you about the conservative majority in the General Assembly agreeing to knock state spending up ONE BILLION DOLLARS above 2017-2018 totals. Now, it appears they’re trying to outspend Gov. Roy Cooper by $200 million. Check out the graphic below: A Raleigh GOP operative posted this on Twitter to…

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Walter Jones to Scott Dacey: ‘See You in Court.’

The bloody primary for the 3rd congressional district GOP nomination is over. But it sounds like there will be further discussions, involving lawyers and judges, between two of the campaigns involved. Congressman Walter Jones was on Wednesday’s “Tom and Sadie” radio program talking about the election aftermath.  “Tom” asked Jones…