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NC Constitutional Amendment to be on the Ballot in November

Consider this a public service announcement for PunditHouse readers. How many of you were aware there was going to be a constitutional amendment on the ballot this November? I only found out about this amendment referendum in early April of this year so don’t feel bad if you answered in the negative. I have asked […]

July 14, 2014 | Posted in Carolinas,House Guests,House Specials | Read More »

Post Primary Depression: So You Lost, Now What?

If you’ve ever felt the rush of emotions that having your team in the “big game” can bring, then you have an idea of what campaign season is like for political activists…with a few exceptions. Imagine if the Super Bowl lasted for eight months, the fans played the game, and neither side knew the score […]

May 14, 2014 | Posted in Carolinas,Christian Hine,House Specials,National | Read More »

Senate Race Brings Controversy to MeckGOP Fundraiser

A controversy is brewing within the Mecklenburg County Republican Party. On March 15, the Party’s annual Lincoln Reagan Dinner will be held at the Carmel Country Club. This event is the single largest fundraising opportunity held every year for the County Party, which is by and large responsible for it’s own funding. It has not […]

March 7, 2014 | Posted in Char-Meck Beat,Christian Hine,County Beat,House Specials | Read More »

N.C.’s Antiquated Sunday Closing Laws

North Carolinians should be allowed to purchase alcohol at the grocery store before noon on  Sunday. You can’t, however, because of the state’s “Sunday Closing Laws” outlined in N.C. General Statute 18B-1004(c) which states, “It shall be unlawful to sell or consume alcoholic beverages on any licensed premises from the time at which sale or consumption must […]

December 31, 2013 | Posted in Carolinas,House Guests,House Specials | Read More »

Generation TEA

The nature of politics is undergoing a radical transformation.  Our two party system is no longer meeting the needs of a growing number of activists.  Historically, the Republican Party was able to represent the interests of right of center conservatives.  With issues becoming more complex, and expectations of activists changing, this is no longer the […]

December 6, 2013 | Posted in Carolinas,Christian Hine,House Blends,House Specials,National | Read More »

Why My Child Will Now Be Homeschooled

Greetings. Below is my wife’s (Tamrah Bordini) article on why we will homeschool our daughter and the experience with CMS: I have never wanted to homeschool, although I admire those parents who can and do. I never considered it myself until I met the mother of one of my daughters preschool friends at the pool […]

November 6, 2013 | Posted in Char-Meck Beat,CMS Beat,House Guests,House Specials | Read More »

Administration Provokes Million Veteran March on Washington

I fully believe that history will look at the events of October 13, 2013 as the day when people finally took constructive action against a government hell-bent on arbitrarily and selectively enforcing law and policy based on nothing but politics. President Obama’s biggest mistake?  Targeting veterans. Since the government shutdown began on October 1, President […]

October 14, 2013 | Posted in Christian Hine,House Specials,National | Read More »

Pittenger Wrong on Obamacare

With respect to my long time friend Congressman Robert Pittenger, on whose advisory committee I served during his election to Congress, he is dead wrong in his arguments for voting to fund Obamacare. The Congressman argues that mandatory monies will go to Obamacare anyway…as if the additional money he plans to vote for in a […]

August 27, 2013 | Posted in House Guests,House Specials,National | Read More »

CMS Dishing Up Big Bucks For Free Breakfasts

The old adage advises that there’s no such thing as a free lunch (or breakfast, in this case), but don’t try telling that to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education. Not content with the district’s free- and reduced-price meal program, the school board this month approved a new Universal Breakfast initiative that next school year will […]

June 16, 2013 | Posted in CMS Beat,House Specials,Mark Pellin | Read More »

The Little Streetcar That Could: Foxx Tapped For Transportation Secretary

With news that Team BO has cherry picked Mayor Anthony Foxx to be the country’s next transportation secretary, two notions chug down parallel tracks: either the workload of a top-ranking federal bureaucrat is a lot cushier and less demanding than ever imagined possible, or Foxx flat-out lied to his homegrown constituents last month. That’s when […]

April 30, 2013 | Posted in House Specials,Mark Pellin | Read More »

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