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And so it continues, and we should all be so proud of the "congressional adults" who passed spending legislation that will keep government open for the next 9 months without a congressional shutdown ... Or should we?
The Democrats' victory, and Republican Ryan's defeat, was garishly displayed when his omnibus got more Democratic votes in the House and in the Senate than it got Republican votes.
Here are four questions for the Democrat Party ahead of their afternoon press conference on attorney general's push for additional gun control measures in North Carolina...
Over the next 12 months, expect to hear a great deal about the "Carolina Comeback." It will be the reelection theme for Gov. Pat McCrory and other Republican leaders.
Democrats, from their President to their presidential candidates, intend to welcome 100,000 Syrian refugees, a byproduct of the Obama/Clinton "Leading from Behind" Middle East doctrine, and ISIS sends their thanks.
The answer is probably both. And that should scare you, but not because Trump is a terrible person; he's not, just a terrible politician; however, the surreal and frightening aspect of Donald J. Trump is that he is a very good mirror, a high definition mirror.
It was an address to reassure the nation, but only mostly reassured the core low-information variety of Democrats.
Socialist/Democrat Bernie Sanders, elected many times and sworn to protect and defend a U.S. Constitution that he does not have the cognitive resources to understand, believes that the Second Amendment is about hunting game.
First, a prominent NC Democrat openly questioned her handling of the growing email scandal... then The Washington Post honored her with its "Worst Week in Washington" last week for the fifth time in 2015.
For the rest of us, who understand principled truth, Hillary has a rough road ahead, and, possibly, she did herself a great disservice in her FBI investigation, which may become a criminal investigation at some point for many reasons; too numerous to mention here.
It was the only real question of the evening, and the answer is that all Democrat contenders are avowed Socialists except for one - Jim Webb of Virginia.
Higher education has already become an important issue in the 2016 Democratic Party presidential primary race. It should receive considerable attention in the first primary date, scheduled for October 13 on CNN.
There are two sets of videos that are fully representative of today's Democrat Party making their appointed rounds, and, remarkably, at their core, well represents what it means to suffer from the condition known as Liberal
The easy answer is a demonstrative yes, but the better question is: Why has the Democrat party embraced Black Lives Matter as a co-equal in their proverbial "big tent"?
Tethered in a warm embrace, this delicate waltz of Hillary B. and committed Democrats, may prove disastrous in 2016, and beyond for today's Socialist /Liberal.
Former Virginia Senator Jim Webb has pulled out of the Democrat nomination process, and will have much to say about that decision at some point.
It has been four years since Republicans took control of our legislature. They now control all three branches of state government.
That's the question North Carolinians should be asking our legislators concerning the budget they just passed. Lawmakers came to Raleigh in January with the primary task of setting a new two-year budget prior to the beginning of the state fiscal year July 1.
It appears that prominent North Carolina Democrats may be losing patience with Hillary Clinton as fears mount internally about her inability to handle her growing email scandal
It is beyond argument that the left long ago decided that abortion on demand was a key part of the liberal catechism. It's become the metric by which they measure all politicians.
After months of speculation and handwringing among Democrats, the party is finally fielding candidates to take on Republican U.S. Sen. Richard Burr in 2016. The potential aspirants include state Rep. Duane Hall of Raleigh, former state Rep. Deborah Ross of Raleigh, and Chris Rey, mayor of the...
I have a theory about presidential politics and the 2016 election. It has the virtue of fitting much of the data currently available. Another of the theory's virtues is that it can readily generate a couple of plausible scenarios for how the primary season may play out among...
Can you remember those car ads that tried to lure us into purchasing the new model proclaiming, "this is not your father's Oldsmobile?" The brand disappeared, now little more than a memory.
I initially registered as a Democrat because my parents were, but also because you had to be a Democrat if you wanted to vote in North Carolina's primary elections in the 1960s.
Jim Graham, our late Commissioner of Agriculture, used to entertain audiences by braying like a mule, explaining that the mule was not only the symbol of the Democratic Party but also a reminder of our roots as an agricultural state.
Don't you find it interesting the ways ideologues and politicians respond to news happenings? Interesting, but disappointing. We keep hearing the same old song repeated over and over.
Two weeks into the hearing over North Carolina's 2013 election laws, we have reached some conclusions.
Then-speaker Thom Tillis, Skip Stam, the Black Caucus, and The John Locke Foundation were all quite passionate about passing reparations for people sterilized by the state of North Carolina from the 20s to the 70s.
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