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Stop the presses: Facebook seeks to maximize profits. Frances Haugen, a former Facebook employee, appeared on “60 Minutes,” where she slammed Facebook, a publicly owned corporation, … more
RALEIGH — Closing down school buildings for many months last year — and offering poorly executed virtual schooling as an inadequate substitute — proved to be a disaster for North … more
Cancel culture has reared its ugly head once again, and this time in a new and unprecedented way. A lecture by a physicist was canceled at one of America’s premier institutions of science, … more
President Biden and others in Washington recently argued their mammoth $3.5 trillion spending plan has “no cost” since it is “fully paid for.” … more
When Highland Paving Company of Fayetteville decided to spend over $5 million to build an asphalt plant outside of Lillington, that sounded like good news. Thirty or so jobs initially, I hear, and 40 … more
One night I couldn’t sleep, flipping the television channels at 3 a.m. on a Saturday. Imagine my surprise when one of the best movies to ever hit the small screen was just beginning. And … more
RALEIGH — I’ve been spending a lot of time recently in conversation with right-leaning leaders, policy experts, donors, and activists. My purpose is to assess the health and trajectory of … more
Each year around August or September, a group of women perform an ancient ritual that has been going on for years. We come from as far north as Alaska and Ohio, as far east as North Carolina, as far … more
Going back to the first term of President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933, the party of first-term presidents gained seats in House midterm congressional elections only twice. Karl Rove reminded … more
RALEIGH — The latest news about North Carolina transportation was no surprise. In a pattern all too familiar, our leaders have planned for and promised more highway projects than can be … more
Washington is printing money faster than Kyle Busch drives around ovals, yet the Biden administration keeps pretending inflation isn’t a problem. But we now have perhaps the most alarming … more
August was National Black Business Month. It marked a time when individuals and businesses recognized Black-owned businesses across the country. Black business owners account for 10% of U.S. business … more
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