NEW YORK — Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump — I can't believe I wrote those words — gave a news conference Wednesday. Shall we first count the outrages or the lies?
CLEVELAND -- There's always been a disconnect between what pundits and political insiders hear when Donald Trump speaks and what rank-and-file Republicans hear.
A brief article appeared on the front page of the Friday, July 22 edition of The Daily Advance listing North Carolina mayors who have endorsed Hillary Clinton for president.
Comments by North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory to radio station WFAE that the NBA’s decision to move its All-Star game from Charlotte was “P.C. BS” demonstrates a profound lack of understanding on his part of just how our country actually works.
RALEIGH – It never ceases to amaze how much money pours into campaign coffers in North Carolina and how big of a role cash plays in our election system.
It's about time.
In a recent column published in your paper, the author paints a picture of derision on the part of the Democratic Party, one that promotes intolerance of Christians in favor of so-called minority interests.
WASHINGTON -- I've spent a lot of time this year counseling Democrats, independents and establishment Republicans not to freak out. That advice still holds -- but barely.
I have Time Warner Cable, like I assume a lot of people in town do. I recently got a letter informing me that Time Warner would be changing its name to Spectrum.