We know hindsight is 20-20, but we must have been blind when the StarNews first broke the GenX story last June.
Is a $35,000 annual salary “good money?”
Just days ago, applications opened for two of North Carolina’s three private school scholarship programs. Parents of thousands of low-income and special needs children are now applying for the state’s Opportunity Scholarship Program or new Education Savings Account. For school choice…
So, the Currituck County Board of Commissioners, by waiting to make a decision until the facts are known about offshore drilling, somehow “astonishes” the editors of The Daily Advance.
So, the Currituck County Board of Commissioners, by waiting to make a decision until the facts are known about offshore drilling, somehow “astonishes” the editors of The Daily Advance. Interesting considering their almost daily practice of using incomplete data to form their opinions.…
For most Americans, the Parkland, Fla., shooting was a terrible tragedy.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson was in Fayetteville on Friday to look at damage caused by Hurricane Matthew in October of 2016, to see what’s been fixed and what has not. Nearly 18 months after the worst flooding in Fayetteville’s history, there’s altogether too much still awaiting repair.
When the North Carolina Senate recently passed a bill with several moving parts — a newly reconstituted State Board of Elections, a rebuff of Gov. Roy Cooper’s attempt to evade legislative control of state revenue and a multi-year fix to a funding dispute about class size — North Carolina progressives were incensed.
I have observed American politics for good part of my life, but never have I experienced the unashamed, wholesale attack on the working, middle and poor classes that is taking place under the Trump presidency.