Category: Politics

Nancy WHO?

          Via our friends at Google, we found this interesting blog entry from 2oo8 on The Greensboro News & Record web site: Stage name or pseudonym? If you look up Guilford County’s recently-named interim planning director, Nancy…

999? NO, that is NOT the area code for Raleigh

Presidential candidate Herman Cain, currently leading in the polls in North Carolina, is getting a lot of attention for his 9-9-9 tax plan.  (I can just hear the leftists calling it the sign of the beast doing a headstand.) FreedomWorks,…

Steve Jobs, Rest In Peace

I agree with the characterization of Steve Jobs as our generation’s Thomas Edison.  Like Edison, Jobs helped spawn revolutionary technology that has had a major effect on our society. iPods and iTunes are pretty much responsible for changing the way…

Cain takes aim at rabble-rousers on Wall Street

    Businessman Herman Cain, currently leading in the GOP presidential primary polls in North Carolina, is firing a shot across the bow at the far-left “Occupy Wall Street” protesters in New York: Unemployed Wall Street protesters only have themselves to blame…

Dependence Nation

      This is a stunning headline from our friends at The Wall Street Journal: “Nearly Half of U.S. Lives in Household Receiving Government Benefit.” Families were more dependent on government programs than ever last year. Nearly half, 48.5%,…

Burr for Whip: Lots for him, little for us

  U.S. Senator Richard Burr (R-NC)  has announced his plan to seek the #2 position in the Senate Republican caucus, once it is vacated by its current occupant, retiring U.S. Senator John Kyl of Arizona: North Carolina Sen. Richard Burr…

WSJ: Perry “rock” vs. BarryO’s preacher

      Wall Street Journal columnist Dorothy Rabinowitz takes Leftists on head-first regarding their latest attempted smear of the Texas governor: The saga of the painted-over rock on the Perry family hunting grounds will roll on a few more…

Former U.S. AG addresses leftist whining about “assassination” of terrorists

    Michael Mukasey, a distinguished former federal judge and George W. Bush’s final attorney general, had a great piece in today’s Wall Street Journal tackling whining by Ron Paul, Walter Jones and their comrades about the “assassination” of terrorist…

Pinehurst 2011: candidate no-shows turn town hall forum into “The John Marcum Show”

Pinehurst mayoral candidate John Marcum says increasing public input into village decisions is a key point in his platform. “This current group in village government makes their decisions, then provides a limited opportunity for the public to comment,” Marcum said…