TWO NCGOPers “exploring” a run for LtGov

With Dan Forest clearly looking to move up in the political world in 2020, there is going to be at least one sure-fire job opening in Raleigh.  A slew of Democrats have already started putting out feelers.  But at least TWO Republicans — both with impressive conservative credentials — are eyeing the opportunity to fill Forest’s shoes in the lieutenant governor’s office.  Former Mecklenburg County commissioner Jim Puckett – a victim of the blue wave that rocked his home county in November — is reportedly looking at the GOP nomination for lieutenant governor.  Puckett gained notoriety in recent years as…

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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 teachers choose to inconvenience near 30,000 parents in order to pressure the General Assembly to increase their pay! The hypocrisy is that they say they are supporting the students. One less day of instruction does not help students. Teaching our children that it is OK to not show up for…

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#ncga: House’s Brody seeks to represent North Carolina on the RNC

A Republican state representative from Union County says he wants to represent his fellow North Carolina Republicans on the Republican National Committee.  The RNC allows for two elected committee members from each state — typically one man and one woman.  North Carolina is currently represented by Ada Fisher and state Rep. David Lewis. This decision by Rep. Mark Brody would likely mean a political clash with Lewis, a fellow Republican in the state House. Brody has racked up a conservative record while in the House — opposing the ConnectNC bond issue and amnesty-related issues like licenses for illegals. Lewis, on…

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