Posted in Media Moore County Politics

Our lesson for today, boys & girls ? MISMANAGEMENT.

  Lt. Gov.  Dan Forest has tooted his own horn about getting a financial literacy requirement for high school graduation passed in the legislature.   It looks as though some in the Moore County Schools administration could use a refresher on the subject.   Mismanagement…

Posted in Media Moore County Politics The Pilot

#ncpol: Drive-by media dumbness.

  I know they’re all bleeding money and having to cut staff.  But sometimes — sometimes — you deserve better than  what they’re doling out.     Our local paper here in Moore County is a special case.  They are owned by the people who…

Posted in campaign 2018 Media NC legislature NCGOP Politics

#ncga: House GOP buying into “equity and diversity training” for cops?

That’s what it looks like: The House Select Committee on School Safety approved 14 recommendations to make schools safer. These recommendations made on Thursday, May 10, include more funding for school resource officers, licensing reciprocity for school psychologists, and requiring peer-to-peer counseling programs in schools….

Posted in campaign 2018 Media NC legislature NCGOP Politics

Charlie Jeter: What a ‘bargain.’

He was the muscle for Speaker Thom Tillis in the North Carolina House, while racking up the most liberal voting record in the GOP caucus.  He and Kelly Hastings regularly bumped into each other while trying to escape the House chamber and take a walk…

Posted in Education Law & Order Media NC legislature NC State Government Politics Roy Cooper

Cooper wants the lunch ladies evaluating your kid’s mental health

Gun control weenies want to empower the hourly employee at War-Mart’s gun counter to evaluate each customer’s mental state.  Now, Governor Roy Cooper wants to give the same power to the lunch lady at your kid’s school: Gov. Roy Cooper on Thursday called for $130…

Posted in campaign 2018 Media Politics

Readin’, ‘Ritin, and RE-EDUCATIN’ …

It was, um, *inspiring* to see all of the woke leftists and their driveby media comrades fawning over all those little darlings walking out of class this week to protest GUN VIOLENCE.  (I mean, c’mon.  Show of hands.  WHO is FOR gun violence?)  *And I…

Posted in Media NC legislature Politics

#ncga: Solar school scheme seeking growth in NC besieged by lawsuits in SC

Remember the guys who were seeking the General Assembly’s permission to use government money to develop school buildings (with a bunch of solar panels on them, of course) that can then be leased BACK to local governments? Well, this development group has been hard at…

Posted in Media NC legislature Politics

The new R’s in public education: Rapin’, Riotin’, Retaliatin’, Ravagin’, and Rampagin’.

New stats from NC DPI show that assaults on teachers and school personnel (by the little darlings, of course) in  Durham are sky-rocketing.  And to think that the SJW snowflakes who run that place are so fixated on racist tree canopies and further neutering the…

Posted in Media NC legislature NCGOP Politics

#ncga: Group that led NC push for public / private school development now part of SC probe

A North Carolina developer tied to the solar goons who pushed hard — and successfully — on Jones Street to allow local governments to use tax money to lease privately-owned school facilities is getting some unflattering headlines down south: Firstfloor Energy Positive, the builder of…

Posted in Education Media Moore County Politics

As tax hike war-drums beat in Moore County, important questions go un-asked, unanswered

Two years ago, there was some serious drama and boo-hooing over the Moore County School Board’s attempt to fire superintendent Bob Grimesey. (Grimesey managed to show us a few on-camera tears, too.) Since being re-instated, Grimesey has presided over — with a supportive Greek chorus…