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CCCC president: Demonstrations during Anthem no big deal, “not uncommon”

  Lee County’s online snowflake newsletter and certified “safe space” is bending over backwards to defend the local community college’s defense of its students’ brazen disrespect of The National Anthem: Republican Lee County Commissioner Kirk Smith has suggested that Central Carolina Community College basketball players “ignored Federal Law” by locking…

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Community College staff aided illegal alien evasion of ICE?

Judging from this group text sent out by Sanford-based Central Carolina Community College’s English-As-A-Second-Language (ESL) department, THAT is what happened: On Tuesday, agents from the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) service raided a Sanford area business (specializing in machine gun manufacturing). At least 30 people were arrested on charges…

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CCCC official: basketball team not protesting, merely showing “unity”

We told you about what we saw the other night during the National Anthem before the Sandhills Community College-Central Carolina Community College basketball game.  The Central Carolina players and their coach locked arms and stood shoulder to shoulder during the singing of the anthem.  No one else in the whole…

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Has Central Carolina Community College basketball gone full-Kaepernick?

Talk about right place, right time. I was in attendance at the Sandhills Community College — Central Carolina Community College basketball game Wednesday night.  As with most sporting events, the national anthem kicked things off. The crowd and the Sandhills players stood, removed hats and appeared to show proper respect…

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Effort afoot to return controversial edu-crat to Lee County?

Dr. Jeff Moss has a way of stirring things up wherever he goes.  Until 2013, Moss had a stormy tenure as superintendent of schools in Lee County, North Carolina.  He left that position in  2013 to take the superintendent job in Beaufort County, South Carolina.  Earlier this year, Moss left…

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A paid holiday for YOU! And YOU! (And you, TOO!)

The board at Sanford’s Central Carolina Community College, according to state auditor Beth Wood, has been in as generous a mood as Oprah lately: […] Central Carolina Community College (College) paid employees for 11 more holidays than commonly recognized by other state and county government entities during the 2017 fiscal…