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Hall: NC PolicyWatch conspired with my opponents

Could Blinky and Scowly be the second-coming of Nixon’s plumbers — his dirty tricks crew?  You make the call: A Democratic North Carolina legislator accused of sexual misconduct is accusing the group that first reported the allegations of violating rules for nonprofit organizations. Gov. Roy…

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#ncpol: Rabies tests on tap for NCPolicyWatch crew?

His buddy is moving on to bigger things. But Rob Schofield is still here, foaming at the mouth over a web site he helped put out of its misery: […] Art Pope’s Civitas Institute is out with another “you can’t make this stuff up” doozy…

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WHY isn’t “Our Side” doing THIS ???

Jubilation swept The Old North State when it was announced that Blinkin’ Chris Fitzsimon was moving on.  But wait.  There was, however, MORE to the story:  […] Now, in a development that serves as a tremendous validation of Chris’s remarkable work in growing Policy Watch from…

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For NC’s Bert & Ernie, what was NOT OK for Josh Stein was OK for Dan Forest

If you’ve been paying attention, you’re aware that WRAL-Goodmon-mafia goons Chris Fitzsimon and Rob Schofield launched a vicious smear on Civitas and The Carolina Plott Hound web site. The alleged offense?   CPH linked to an article by the Triad Conservative which suggested attorney general…

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Lefties cheer attempt to “buy” Richard Burr’s vote

NCPolicyWatch — run by that madly-blinking space alien Chris Fitzsimon and his BFF Rob, and funded by WRAL owner Jim Goodmon — has the gory details:  Given what we know thus far, this seems as if it’s worth a try…. Durham, N.C., February 3, 2017:…

Posted in Campaign 2012 Economy Media NC legislature NC State Government NCGOP Politics

NCGOP: Merely a new set of money-changers in the temple?

  GOP leaders took power on Jones Street in 2010 with promises of “no more business as usual.” They were propelled into power by an angry Tea Party and frustrated citizenry eager for dramatic change in Raleigh.   Here we are — two years later…