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Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) and Senator Thom Tillis are asking the Secretary of the Navy, Ray Mabus, to conduct a review of the Marine Corps' plan to end the Cherry Point search and rescue squadron known as Pedro.
Today, Senator Tillis (R-NC) questioned Secretary of Defense nominee Ashton Carter and commended his distinguished public service career during his Senate Armed Services Committee confirmation hearing.
In the 113th Congress, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) cosponsored a career record of 86 bills to help veterans by providing better access to more transparent healthcare, access to educational opportunities, affordable housing, and job opportunities.
Civitas' annual poll of unaffiliated North Carolina voters provides insights into the views of this key voting bloc as the state heads into the election season.
Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) was commended by national grassroots organization "In God We Trust" for his work to pass H.R. 343, a bill he introduced to protect military chaplains' right to close prayers outside of a religious service according to the dictates of their own consciences.
he drive-bys are working hard to gin up some interest in tonight's US Senate debate. They are trying to sell us on the possibility that this televised event tonight could change the course of the race.
We reported about an "interesting" real estate deal involving Senate candidate Thom Tillis and some high-dollar donors to his campaign.
This week Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) hosted the first ever Special Operations Caucus meeting focused on Marine Special Operations Forces (MARSOC).
Those who want to place government-mandated limits on carbon dioxide (often erroneously and sometimes maliciously referred to as just "carbon") emissions claim that their goal is to keep the planet from overheating -- that is, to prevent global warming.
Granted, the "War Weary" case may be the reality for some; however, please understand this one truth: ISIS or ISIL (Obama speak) does not do polls to tap into the pathos of those that they subjugate, and "War Weary" is not a consideration for them.
It's Time For Kay Hagan To Explain To North Carolina Why She Sided With President Obama Over Our State's Law Enforcement Community By Voting To Confirm Debo Adegbile. If Senator Hagan Is Willing To Completely Ignore North Carolinians By Supporting Such A Flawed And Controversial Nominee, She...
Friday, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) sent a letter to Speaker Boehner calling for a debate and a vote on an authorization to expand military force in Iraq and Syria when Congress reconvenes in November.
Amateur Obama, a Democrat president, who would not allow the word terrorist to be used in his administration during his first 5 years on the job, has inarguably lost the War in Iraq, and is now losing the World Wide War on Terror, making Americans less safe world wide, and here at home.
There are a lot of Republicans around who would LOVE to see a poll with a number next to Thom Tillis's name that is bigger than the number next to Kay Hagan's name.
Those of you who were hoping for a more aggressive strategy out of the Tillis campaign are likely going to be disappointed.
Beaufort County Commissioner Al Klemm, the acknowledged chairman of equivocation, expressed that he would 'not insult his Democrat friends', in any strongly worded resolution begging for their bipartisanship in correcting ObamCare.
The Pope Center recently published a report on UNC-Chapel Hill's general education program - the "core curriculum" of non-major requirements that all students must complete in order to graduate. In our report, we analyzed the current system and then presented two alternative programs for general...
Most of North Carolina's congressional staffers - the men and women who work for the state's two U.S. senators and 13 members of the U.S. House of Representatives - will be entering the District of Columbia's health care exchange once the Affordable Care Act takes effect in January.
The federal health care law known as Obamacare creates more problems for North Carolinians than just the faulty website that has generated recent headlines. A new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report documents key Obamacare flaws and offers alternatives for addressing health care needs.
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