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The fallout from today’s ObamaCare ruling at The Supreme Court

So, despite what Barack Hussein Obama & co. told us, ObamaCare was found to be basically a big ol’ tax increase. The imbeciles in the mainstream media are talking about this in terms of the political horse race —  how the votes broke down on…

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It’s a GREAT DAY to make some women cry …

The NCGOP effort to play up the DOT Auto-Pen McScandal  took a turn for the worst today.  For their efforts, GOP senators earned media coverage featuring full color photos of crying women and sound bytes from legislators berating said women. (Awfully nice PR work, guys,…

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Morgan vs. Causey: A Tale of Two campaign finance reports

        The North Carolina Insurance Law blog does a great job of giving us the story behind the numbers in the GOP runoff for NC commissioner of insurance: The May 8 primary pitting Republican candidates Richard Morgan, Mike Causey, and James McCall…

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Downsizing the DNC in Charlotte

    Well, it looks like Barack Hussein Obama & Friends will be partying in Charlotte for ONLY three days — instead of four — over Labor Day weekend.  Of course, The Charlotte Observer dutifully took dictation, accepting the spin from Democrat officials that the moves…

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In SC, yet another Democrat primary surprise

  Remember Alvin Greene — Jim Demint’s underfunded surprise Democrat challenger in 2010 who shocked the country by knocking off the party establishment’s well-funded favorite? Well, it appears something similar is happening again in The Palmetto State’s 7th congressional district Democrat primary: Gloria Bromell Tinubu…

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Endorsements: Thom Tillis gets ONE, Obama LOSES one

The country club Republicans are on the march. It’s being reported that Ed Broyhill, scion of the furniture empire, is rallying people around the idea of state House speaker Thom Tillis mounting a 2014 challenge to US Senator Kay Hagan. Yes, the family that gave…

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NC state govt spending at A RECORD HIGH

Political campaigns do a nice job of keeping pesky things like facts out of election year debates.  The North Carolina Democrat Party’s 2012 campaign effort — spearheaded by gubernatorial nominee Walter Dalton — has been claiming that the GOP majority that took power on Jones…

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Clarifying and Correcting The Pilot

  It appears our local Pulitzer Prize-winning paper is throwing up its hands and giving up on Lame Duck Bev. Today’s op-ed focused on the current McScandal in Raleigh — the autopenned letters to legislators about funding for toll road projects. First off — I…

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NC Campaign 2012: The Battle of Wilmington

    Well, the two empty suits topping the tickets for each of the state’s two main parties — Walter Dalton and Pat McCrory — faced off in Wilmington on Saturday. The mainstream media was shocked — SHOCKED — that Dalton came out swinging at…

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Republicans for McIntyre

The Wilmington Star News has an item about a coalition of Republicans from “all across Eastern North Carolina”  supporting the reelection of  Seventh District congressman Mike McIntyre (D). Funny.  NCGOP HQ tells those of us on the right, out here in the grassroots,  to be…