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Even DC can see Jones Street’s leftward drift

      We’ve had Republican majorities in the General Assembly since 2010.   However,  we should keep reminding ourselves that the terms “Republican” and “conservative” are becoming more and more mutually exclusive.     The DC-based American Conservative Union (ACU) — always a dependable…

Posted in campaign 2020 Dan Bishop Media NC legislature NCGOP Politics

Lockdown blowback?

    The folks on the left side of the aisle love to think they are smarter than us — that they know what’s best for us.  Roy Cooper and his team have put the state’s economy in a stranglehold since March — all in…

Posted in campaign 2019 campaign 2020 Congress Media NCGOP Politics

Voting watchdog detects potential monkey-business in on-going pursuit of McCrae Dowless

    In the wake of the 2018 race for the 9th congressional district, we were bombarded with drive-by reports and caterwauling from Democrats and GOPe types alike about how one McCrae Dowless nearly single-handedly stole the election for Republican Mark Harris.   Harris and…

Posted in campaign 2020 Congress Media NCGOP Politics

Burr steps down as Intel committee chairman

      This Richard Burr-stock market story has grown some legs and really picked up some traction:   U.S. Sen. Richard Burr is stepping down as chairman of the Senate Intelligence committee as a federal probe of his financial activities in the early days…

Posted in campaign 2020 Media NC legislature NCGOP Politics Uncategorized

The ‘mismanagement’ governor

    Folks (like me) who pay close attention to politics should be noticing a developing pattern that could prove quite useful to North Carolina Republicans in November — IF they can extract their heads from the sand in time.   Roy Cooper, despite what…

Posted in campaign 2020 Congress Media NCGOP Politics

All In The (Burr) Family?

    We told you earlier about our senior US senator’s stock market transactions right at the start of this whole coronavirus brouhaha.  Folks from both sides of the aisle called for a probe into Richard Burr’s activities.   Now, it’s being reported that the…

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Elected statewide leaders criticize Cooper’s handling of COVID-19 lockdown

    The Council of State is composed of the ten popularly elected executive branch leaders in North Carolina state government.  The group includes:  the governor,  lieutenant governor,  attorney general, auditor,  treasurer,  secretary of state,  labor commissioner,  agriculture commissioner,  insurance commissioner,  and superintendent of public…

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ECU journalism department: Lies AND bias

        If you’re having  a hard time understanding why the driveby media is so viciously leftist and agenda-driven,  look no further than the folks who are training those aspiring guardians of our First Amendment:   In footage obtained exclusively by Campus Reform,…

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Leftists turn on each other, eat their own

    (*Sigh*)  MY esteemed alma mater has made national news AGAIN:   The George Washington University (GWU) student body president condemned white leadership of liberal groups on campus Thursday, endorsing a pro-Palestinian group’s demands to prioritize students of color in pursuing such roles. In…

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Different driveby boss, same driveby bias

      While at The N&O, AndyPaul Specht dazzled  us with reporting that made Darren Jackson and Wayne Goodwin jump up and down and clap like jayvee cheerleaders.  Now, he’s graduated to the big leagues — that’s right, WRAL-TV.  The nerve center of the…