Posted in campaign 2016 Congress Media NC legislature NCGOP Politics

Tyranny wears a black robe

So many people have been concerned about Barack Obama and the potential reign of terror by the pant-suited she-devil.  They really need to be focused on the most serious problem affecting our country and its future: ideologues on the bench who are way too comfortable…

Posted in campaign 2016 Media NCGOP Politics

#ncpol #ncgop: Ma Cotten, at it AGAIN.

She led the dirty tricks campaign that did in duly-elected NCGOP chairman Hasan Harnett.  Now, Joyce “Ma” Cotten is trying to orchestrate a GOPe endorsement in a judicial race featuring TWO Republican candidates. Judicial races are still non-partisan.  The party affiliation of candidates does not…

Posted in campaign 2016 Congress Media NCGOP Politics Richard Burr Thom Tillis

Thilli$: Judges? (Ain’t my job, man.)

Oh, the leftists are having a field day with our junior senator’s latest battle with coherence and articulation:  Republicans have never made it easy for President Barack Obama to confirm judges. But Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) came up with a new reason the Senate shouldn’t…

Posted in campaign 2016 Media NCGOP Politics

Monkey Business Report: Judicial appointment edition

It’s unusual to hear about Republican political shenanigans in yellow-dog Democrat Robeson County. But it looks like our simian friends have been quite active there recently.  There was a state district court seat coming open in the county.  Judge John Carter, a black conservative-leaning former…

Posted in campaign 2014 Congress Media NCGOP Politics

#NCSEN: Hagan OKs judge who wants to extend govt reach into church operations

    Elections have consequences.  In 1980, we put out Jimmy Carter, elected Ronald Reagan, and got tax cuts and unprecedented economic growth.  In 2008, North Carolina voted for Barack Obama and replaced Republican senator Elizabeth Dole with Democrat Kay Hagan.  As a result, we…

Posted in Campaign 2012 Media Politics

The ABCs of voting: J is for Judge. D is for DEFEAT.

  A friend of mine — a fellow politico — was scratching his head over yesterday’s results for North Carolina Court of  Appeals.  Two of three Democrat candidates — one white woman, one black woman — won while one GOP candidate — Chris Dillon, a…

Posted in Campaign 2012 Law & Order Media Moore County NC State Government Politics

Endorsements 2012: Here Come The Judges!

    Judicial elections are tough for most voters.  If you tend to behave yourself, you have very little contact with these men (and women) in black.  The media tends to downplay the activities of judges — unless they get caught dancing down Main Street…

Posted in Campaign 2012 Congress Law & Order Media Moore County NC legislature NC State Government NCGOP Politics redistricting

Game On! Judges refuse to delay NC primary elections

  A three judge panel in Raleigh refused this week to grant a request from Democrats and liberal activists to delay the state’s May primary.  This decision puts into play — at least, for 2012 — the legislative and congressional redistricting plans passed last year…