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Amateur Obama is in the City of Lights, smoozing with his contemporaries while "rebuking " the terrorist, and planning the way forward where America leads the world in defeating "those who would hijack a great, peaceful religion" by ending 'Climate Change/Global Warming'.
Last night the U.S. Senate passed a reconciliation bill that dismantles Obamacare and defunds Planned Parenthood and reallocates their taxpayer dollars to comprehensive health care centers.
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement on allowing House Bill 364 to become law without his signature
Governor Pat McCrory signed legislation this evening that amends several areas of environmental law. The legislation, House Bill 157, was introduced by Rep. Pat McElraft and Rep. Rick Catlin and passed the General Assembly today.
A bipartisan group of governors representing the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Governors Coalition met today to discuss the responsible expansion of offshore energy development. The participating governors -- Governor Pat McCrory of North Carolina (Chair), Governor Phil Bryant of Mississippi...
I've never been a big fan of study commissions organized by politicians. They are almost always easy ways out for politicians looking to avoid having to take a tough stand on a controversial issue.
For years a diligent group of North Carolina state representatives has been trying to add an eminent domain clause to the North Carolina Constitution. Their latest attempt, HB 3, was filed on January 14th. Thanks to their perseverance - and thanks also to recent changes in the makeup of the...
According to Bloomberg.com, Japan is dramatically expanding its use of coal to generate electricity. The news source states that...
New rules by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) imposing unprecedented restrictions on electric power plants will drive up energy bills and cost North Carolina tens of thousands of jobs, according to a study conducted by the Beacon Hill Institute of Suffolk University and released by the Civi
For years, the news has been peppered with stories about politicians setting up study panels and commissions to deal with a certain issue.
Governor Pat McCrory, chairman of the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Governors Coalition, announced today Governor Bill Walker (AK-I) has become the newest member of coalition.
Governor Pat McCrory, chairman of the Outer Continental Shelf Governors Coalition, praised U.S. Senators Richard Burr and Thom Tillis for an amendment they offered to the Keystone XL pipeline bill which would move North Carolina closer to energy exploration and revenue sharing with other states.
The upcoming presidential election offers candidates of both major parties a chance to stake out real plans for tackling more than $18 trillion in federal debt.
The upcoming presidential election offers candidates of both major parties a chance to stake out real plans for tackling more than $18 trillion in federal debt.
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement on allowing House Bill 364 to become law without his signature
Governor Pat McCrory signed legislation this evening that amends several areas of environmental law. The legislation, House Bill 157, was introduced by Rep. Pat McElraft and Rep. Rick Catlin and passed the General Assembly today.
New rules by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) imposing unprecedented restrictions on electric power plants will drive up energy bills and cost North Carolina tens of thousands of jobs, according to a study conducted by the Beacon Hill Institute of Suffolk University and released by the Civi
The upcoming presidential election offers candidates of both major parties a chance to stake out real plans for tackling more than $18 trillion in federal debt.
Governor Pat McCrory, chairman of the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Governors Coalition, announced today Governor Bill Walker (AK-I) has become the newest member of coalition.
I've never been a big fan of study commissions organized by politicians. They are almost always easy ways out for politicians looking to avoid having to take a tough stand on a controversial issue.
For all the drama in the days leading up to the adjournment of the 2014 "short session" of the General Assembly, the final day proved anticlimactic.
A group of governors representing the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Governors Coalition met today with U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and senior officials at the Interior Department to discuss the thoughtful expansion of offshore energy development.
Governor Pat McCrory announced a plan today that would address coal ash ponds and strengthen environmental and health regulations.
Duke Energy officials unsuccessfully urged state lawmakers to reconsider mandatory deadlines for cleaning up coal ash ponds around the state, and an environmental researcher agrees that arbitrary timelines could affect the utility's ability to recycle safely leftover materials stored in 33 ash...
Enough with the hysteria, finger pointing and partisanship already. The Duke Energy coal ash spill needs immediate action, there's blame enough to go around and we need to focus on fixing problems.
The Duke Energy coal ash saga reminds us of the old poem, "For Wont of a Nail." No doubt you remember that because of a missing horseshoe nail a horse, a rider, a message, a battle, a war and a kingdom were lost.
Critics of misleading political ads by interest groups say a new ad by the North Carolina League of Conservation Voters has gone just too far.
There's an old newsroom adage that if a dog bites a man, it's not news, but if a man bites a dog, it is. For those who don't understand this musty aphorism, it means that something being unusual greatly adds to its newsworthiness.
Today, Governor Pat McCrory issued Executive Order 62 to address the coal ash issue because comprehensive legislation has not been passed during the Short Session.
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