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Will North Carolina Have Firearms Freedom?

With the 24 hour a day TV news media harping on the problems in Washington DC one would think eventually the people would get upset enough to “throw the bums out” and solve the problem. Trouble is there’s new bums that replace old bums or good people who cave to pressure from the bum leadership; […]

March 31, 2015 | Posted in Carolinas,House Guests | Read More »

Grassroots Conservative Republicans Fight to Keep Delegates

This is a follow-up article to one entitled “RNC Delegates May Be Lost To RINO Leadership”published March 21st in the Daily News Fix http://www.dailynewsfix.org and in again inhttp://www.pundithouse.com on March 25, 2015. This story deserves to be followed due to the hard work grassroots conservative republicans put into achieving a super-majority in NC.  As a […]

March 27, 2015 | Posted in Carolinas,House Guests | Read More »

Just Say ‘No’ to NCGA Four Year Terms

Most new Legislatures in Raleigh see a few proposed amendments to the State Constitution, and this one so far is no different. Often, the proposed changes go nowhere.  Maybe they are proposed by the party that’s not in power, so they do not have the votes to get on the ballot.  Maybe they are too […]

March 27, 2015 | Posted in Carolinas,House Guests | Read More »

NC’s RNC Delegates May Be Lost To RINO Leadership!

A Resolution has been circulating within NC GOP County Conventions with a number already passed. The resolution is to “Change the Date of the Presidential Primary to March 1, 2016 or later”.  Quoting the resolution: “the North Carolina General Assembly has separated the scheduled date of the Presidential Primary Election from other scheduled Republican Primaries […]

March 26, 2015 | Posted in Carolinas,House Guests | Read More »

NCDOT Keeps Three -Fourths of Toll Revenues

Today executives from Cintra are meeting with the TIFIA Credit Council to obtain financing for the I-77 toll lane project.  TIFIA is a federally-backed loan program, and Cintra is seeking $189 million from this program. That’s down from their original request of $215 million. We expect them to approve the plan despite what you’re about […]

March 26, 2015 | Posted in Carolinas,House Guests | Read More »

Senator Tarte Seeks Mandatory Inoculations, Removal of Religious Exemption

When politicians start publicly asking random questions about policy, you can bet that something is stewing in their minds. Sometimes this is a good thing.  An overabundance of negative feedback can quickly snuff out a bad idea before it starts.  Unfortunately this was not the case with North Mecklenburg’s Republican Senator Jeff Tarte.   On […]

March 20, 2015 | Posted in Carolinas,Christian Hine | Read More »

Should the NCGOP Close Primary Elections?

Circulating around Facebook is the text of a proposal to be taken up at this year’s NCGOP Convention to restrict voting in Republican Primary elections to only registered members of the Party. Currently, unaffiliated voters are allowed to participate in the Party primary of their choosing.  This resolution, if passed, would prevent that. Here is the text: […]

March 18, 2015 | Posted in Carolinas,Christian Hine | Read More »

There’s No School Like Home

A top priority for any parent (or grandparent for that matter) is ensuring their child has all the tools necessary, beginning with a quality education, to become a successful, productive adult. In the past, education in our country provided for each student the basic knowledge and essential skill sets necessary to succeed as a person, […]

March 17, 2015 | Posted in Carolinas,House Guests | Read More »

The Center for the Eradication of Poverty Through Free Enterprise at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Much ado has been made about the ‘attack on academic freedom’ with the recent closing of the Center on Poverty by the UNC Board of Governors (BOG). As far as we can tell, life goes on at every campus in the UNC System as it did before the announcement of the closing of the Poverty […]

March 16, 2015 | Posted in Carolinas | Read More »

Possible Good News on the Horizon for Mi-Connection?

If you’ve been watching the news much lately, you are probably aware the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) has been looking for more ways to control the internet from the Federal level. One of those moves came last week when the FCC granted a petition from Wilson, NC to preempt a North Carolina law that puts […]

March 12, 2015 | Posted in Carolinas,House Guests | Read More »

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