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#ncga: Is primary challenge to Boles being powered by the Po-Po?

    It’s not clear whether we’re talking about a small minority of Moore County law enforcement officers  or a significant chunk.  But it is pretty clear that some active and retired lawmen in the county are awfully excited about Southern Pines police chief Bob…

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State incentives meant to aid poorer, rural counties go mostly to Wake, Meck

    Um,  SURPRISE ????       Plant closures and job losses have hit rural parts of our state the hardest.  Raleigh politicians talk a great game about helping those folks bounce back, but a new study shows their actions are not matching their…

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More on 2020 filing

      Here’s the final list.   The Libertarian Party actually has a candidate named “Vermin Supreme” who has qualified for North Carolina’s March presidential primary ballot.   While they appear to be abandoning the 2nd and 6th congressional districts,  state Republicans seem to…

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Is the attempted field-clearing & mud-slinging in the CD-11 GOP field all for the benefit of Wayne King?

  I’ve long been a fan of Mark Meadows.  That’s why it’s hard for me to believe that he would aid -and-abet politics-as-usual.     Filing for the March 2020 primaries ended Friday.   Meadows announced on THURSDAY that he was retiring from Congress for…

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Mark Meadows, Sandy Smith aaaaaaaaand — PAUL WRIGHT ?????

  Mark Meadows threw us all for a loop by announcing his retirement from the US House.  The big  money is on Meadows being named the next White House chief of staff. (There has been plenty of talk in the driveby media about a soon-to-happen…

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Walker: NO to 2020 Senate run. (Where do we go now?)

  With Garland Tucker’s surprise exit from the race,  many of us were holding our noses in preparation for voting for congressman Mark Walker.  Some of us were willing to let the whole ‘Public Official A’ thing slide , in order to get rid of…

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“Equitable” punishment at Moore County schools?

  It appears that our big-spending,  oft-scheming, perpetually-sobbing superintendent of Moore County Schools is allowing “social justice,” Saul Alinsky, Barack Obama and a wee bit of Karl Marx get their nose under the tent once again:   Minority students nationwide are two to three times…

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Some thoughts on filing (thus far)

      Here is the latest list.    Revenge. Rematch.  etc.  It seems a number of folks are attempting to regain posts they lost in 2018.   Former senator Mike Lee appears to be attempting a comeback in the Wilmington area.  Over in the Fayetteville…

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Google,um, “notices” us.

    It all  started about a year or two ago when Google’s search engine results for our site labeled us as “potential malware” and cautioned users not to click on the link for The Haymaker.  (Of course there was no malware.  After no small…

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With Tucker OUT, Walker back to “exploring” a Tillis challenge

    Congressmen Mark Walker (R) and George Holding (R) both got royally screwed by the new congressional maps.  They are now sitting in majority Democrat districts.     Holding has been quoted in the driveby media today saying that he would not run against…