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Secession. Something with which the United States is all-too familiar. In the late 1700s, the 13 colonies in the New World broke away from the rule of Britain and the English monarchy under King George III, forming a new country. Nearly 100 years … more
The N.C. legislature’s effort that emerged Tuesday to “fix” House Bill 2 includes some worthwhile provisions but does nothing to address some of the law’s biggest flaws. The new legislation — which was only in draft … more
A sad story about a pair of loose dogs who witnesses say chased and killed more than a half-dozen cats morphed into a debate on pit bulls’ nature and temperament in comment threads on WilsonTimes.com and on the Times’ Facebook page. Some … more
One thing is becoming clear in this strangest of political seasons — the establishment leaders who profess expertise in governing stink at predicting elections. At least this seems to be the case in these uncertain times when no matter what … more
With a stroke of a pen last week, Gov. Pat McCrory gently downshifted opioid addiction in North Carolina from something to be punished to something to be treated. In a rare display of bipartisanship, state lawmakers passed a bill that allows a … more
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