Posts by Lady Liberty

NC Rep. Holding Issues Statement On White House Tours

March 7, 2013

The Obama administration marches on, pushing more sequester fear mongering, state representatives and senators have issued statements to their voters. Today Congressman George Holding sent the following letter to his constituents following the Obama administration’s announcement this week regarding White House tours:   Dear Friend, The White House announced earlier this week that White House […]

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#Senate2014: Kay Hagan Gets A Challenger In NC

February 20, 2013

Dr. Greg Brannon of Cary, NC has officially thrown his hat in the ring.  His candidacy was mentioned in my Senate 2014 sticky post earlier this week, but today I received a press release (below). The Daily Haymaker reported at the end of January: The Republican Liberty Caucus and The Eastern North Carolina Tea Party have united behind a Wake County […]

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#FiscalCliff Deal Passes House

January 2, 2013

The Fiscal Cliff Deal, brokered by McConnell and Vice President Biden, has passed the House.  The final vote was 257-167 with 8 not voting.  Democrats cheered on the House floor as they passed their tax hike while protecting loopholes. The Cliff has been averted — for another two months. Of North Carolina’s 13 Representatives, there […]

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NC Lt. Governor Race Gets Ugly

November 17, 2012

The close race for Lt. Governor in NC has taken a turn towards ugly. In an email to supporters, Dan Forest has revealed the lengths to which the Coleman campaign is going to in an attempt to alter the results in their favor. In a move that can only be described as desperate to the […]

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Raleigh Mayor Endorses Obama

October 24, 2012

Well, we know who to vote out next time around. From the N&O: Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane endorsed President Barack Obama on Tuesday, overlooking the site of where Raleigh’s new transit hub will be built. The hub, which will receive $21 million in federal grants, is example of the president’s commitment to investing in infrastructure, […]

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Perdue Aide Pleads Guilty

September 26, 2012

Now we know, perhaps, why Democrat Governor Bev Perdue has been spending money on lawyers.  Another staffer plead guilty last Friday to campaign fund violations. This makes the second staffer to plead guilty; Peter Reichard plead guilty  in December 2011 to a felony resulting from obstruction of justice charges in the campaign finance investigation of […]

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Dalton Makes The Case For McCrory

September 22, 2012

“Scott Walker is his hero and state employees are his target,” Dalton told a state AFL-CIO convention meeting at the North Raleigh Hilton Thursday morning. “If you elect my opponent, you will have Scott Walker in North Carolina for four years.” – Source News and Observer The difference between a Democrat and a Republican on […]

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Two Paths In NC This November

September 13, 2012

There are two paths in the National election this year and also in the North Carolina Election. In North Carolina, it would appear Lt. Governor Walter Dalton is following the Obama path. AP via Herald Online: RALEIGH, N.C.: NC AFL-CIO meets to stir up base for Democrats The Associated Press RALEIGH, N.C. — A big […]

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Obama Avoids NC

August 20, 2012

When was the last time President Obama came to North Carolina? Having trouble remembering? Perhaps that’s because it was back in April. To help jog your memory, Obama spent his time speaking to college students at UNC Chapel Hill and appearing on Jimmy Fallon’s late night show. So, why the long gap in visits? Gas […]

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Perdue Spends 80K on Lawyers

August 5, 2012

NC Democrat Governor Bev Perdue is not running for re-election but running from law suits instead. It is likely we will see her follow in former Governor Mike Easley’s footsteps. AP Photo/The News & Observer From the Rocky Mount Telegram: RALEIGH — Gov. Bev Perdue’s campaign spent more than $80,000 in legal fees in the […]

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