North Carolina

Democrat NC Senator Compares GOP Policies with Boston Bombing

April 27, 2013

Submitted without further comment, NC Senator Angela Bryant compares the Republican agenda to the Boston Bombing:   Bryant has since deleted the tweet above and issued a typical, political non-apology. To be clear, no comparison between Boston tragedy and NCGA; #ncga #NCGOP @nashncgop #NCPOL #ncgov @newsobserver — Angela R. Bryant (@angelareb) April 25, 2013 However […]

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NC House Bill 101 Aims to End the Death Tax

March 31, 2013

Death shouldn’t be a taxable event. At least, that’s the consensus of the 23 Republican House members who have signed on as co-sponsors to House Bill 101 which would repeal North Carolina’s “death tax.” The companion bill in the Senate boasts 29 co-sponsors, a majority of the Senate. Americans for Prosperity is actively supporting the […]

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Deafening Silence from Media on Ron Virmani

August 10, 2012

If a republican had referred to the unborn children he aborted for a living as “ugly black babies” it would have been front page news. The Justice Brothers, Sharpton and Jackson, would be protesting on his lawn, megaphones in hand. But when the abortionist is a Democrat, there is only deafening silence. To the mainstream […]

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2012 North Carolina Second Primary Results

July 17, 2012

Republican Races Race Percentage of Vote Winner US House Dist 8  100 % reporting Richard Hudson ✔  63.7%  ✔ Scott Keadle  36.3% US House Dist 9  100% reporting Jim Pendergraph  47.1% Robert Pittenger ✔  52.9%  ✔ US House Dist 11  100% reporting Mark Meadows ✔  76.3%  ✔ Vance Patterson  23.7% Lieutenant Governor  100% reporting Dan Forest ✔  67.9%  ✔ […]

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Alma Adams (D-58) Attempts Trayvon Martin Exploitation In NC

June 6, 2012

With all the fuss and noise over Amendment One, notice of a bill that has been quietly introduced in the NC House that in essence guts Stand Your Ground laws in the state has gone largely unnoticed. Until now. Several groups and bloggers, including myself, are now sounding the alarm across North Carolina. NRA-ILA reports: […]

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NC Teacher Bashes Romney, Shouts at Student for Questioning Obama’s Record

May 20, 2012

After his teacher brings up the discredited Romney bullying/haircut story, a student asks if Obama admitted to bullying a girl in high school. This simple question launches the teacher into a ten-minute tirade about how the student will not be allowed to disrespect Obama in her classroom. She then absurdly claims that “do you know, […]

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O’Keefe Voter Fraud Investigation Hits NC

May 16, 2012

The above video was released as part of James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas “Voter Fraud in America” investigation. By O’Keefe’s account, it is remarkably simple to vote fraudulently in North Carolina, even if you’re a non-citizen or deceased. He also catches a number of comments from election officials and UNC faculty, one of whom compares voter […]

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Occupy Charlotte’s Anti-ALEC Fail

May 12, 2012
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There’s really not much to say about Occupy Charlotte’s anti-ALEC protest.  When I arrived, there were around 18 occupiers on site.  I spoke with the group of police who were there.  They had been there most of the day and said the number of protesters had varied slightly throughout the day, but that was about […]

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NC Passes Amendment 1 in Landslide

May 9, 2012

North Carolina’s marriage amendment passed with 61 percent of the vote to the opposition’s 39 percent.  At the county level, the amendment passed in a landslide victory garnering support from 93 of North Carolina’s counties.  Only 7 counties voted against the amendment.  The counties which voted against the amendment were: Buncombe, Chatham, Durham, Orange, Mecklenburg, […]

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Video Flashback: Democrat Vilma Leake Whines About “Her Seat” Being Moved

May 7, 2012

Democrat Vilma Leake is unopposed in Tuesday’s primary (she will have a Republican opponent in the general election), but it’s never too early to start talking about her record.  Here’s an example of what Vilma Leake considers a critical priority for Mecklenburg’s County Commission.

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