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Some members of Congress are threatening to block government funding unless Congress provides amnesty to so-called Dreamers — the illegal aliens included in President Barack Obama’s Deferred … more
The United States of America has all the knowledge needed to adjust our country’s current environmental policies and lessen the effects of climate change. However, the Trump administration is … more
CNBC, the cable business news channel, predicts that North Carolina will be selected as the site for Amazon’s second headquarters. We are also told that it is between our state and Alabama in … more
Apparently, those of us who like Christmas music are in a minority. I, like some of you, have no doubt heard someone make a comment much like the Grinch’s, “Blast this Christmas music! It’s … more
What could we North Carolinians learn about ourselves when we sort out the results of the Dec. 12 Alabama special U.S. Senate election? Nothing, you say. We are not like Alabama. They are Deep … more
RALEIGH — Imagine if your bosses got fired, and for more than six months, no one replaced them. You’re not allowed to perform the tasks that your bosses do, so you’re stuck trying to keep … more
The choice confronting Alabama conservatives in the Dec.12 special Senate election is very difficult. But not so tough that our cultural arbiters aren’t eager to give conservatives and Christians … more
The months of November and December seem to be the do-or-die months for Republicans in Congress. The wealthy donors have served notice on them to weigh up and pay up or don’t expect any future … more
RALEIGH — When Democrats attack pro-growth tax reform as “trickle-down economics,” I can understand their rhetorical intent. But the charge is silly on multiple levels — including the fact … more
As Congress struggles to enact legislation that will bring tax relief to the rich and obliterate health care for the not-so-rich, another battle is brewing beneath the Swamp; the never-ending … more
Gifts this time of year usually are for opening on Christmas Day. The son of the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, Christopher, has instead allowed an early viewing of his gift to … more
America is in the middle of an agonizing reappraisal of sexual conduct. What constitutes sexual harassment or assault? Where is the line that separates acceptable, or merely rude, actions from … more
An Immigration and Customs Enforcement raid at Chicago’s Cloverhill Bakery that netted 800 illegal alien employees can be looked at two ways. First, management at the bakery, which makes … more
I was always amazed at the wonder of some of the great Christmas classics that we read, hear or see each year. For year after year, “It’s a Wonderful Life” would play at Christmas time. And … more
Every year, numerous churches stage Christmas pageants that re-enact the traditional Christmas story. Adults and children get a chance to participate in pageants that warm hearts and form memories of … more
Like most of you this week, I have a lot of leftovers. I believe this stems from the fact that I would rather have more food for our holiday guests than not enough. I would rather send my guests … more
My son Gideon’s former elementary school awarded (and still awards) a weekly “good citizen” award to a student who does an outstanding job with teamwork, politeness, kindness, etc. I think … more
President Trump announced last week that he was returning North Korea to the U.S. list of “state sponsors of terrorism” after having been off the list for the past nine years. Americans may … more
RALEIGH — North Carolina has collected less state revenue so far than projected for the 2017-18 fiscal year, to the tune of about $134 million. Alarm about this would be premature — we’ve … more
An avalanche of revelations concerning public figures engaging in various sexual assaults has tumbled down upon our heads, and the airwaves are consumed with accusations, recriminations, … more
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