Recently I was reflecting that my life has spanned every presidency from Franklin Roosevelt to Barack Obama, almost 30 percent of all the Presidents of the United States. In other words I am old.
RALEIGH — So far, 2016 has turned out to be a momentous year in state politics — and the general election is still months away.
I read recently that a pair of federal judges in Virginia found a ”Constitutional Right” which allows men who think they are women to use women’s restrooms.
I am a woman who plans to vote for Hillary Clinton for president in November.
On this Day all will have an opportunity to Honor in Remembrance those that have laid down their lives for Freedom throughout the world.
Around the country, children are excited for the fun and freedom of summer vacation.
A recent letter writer wrote that she is “frightened” that the GOP would rather give the nuclear launch codes to a President Donald Trump than to a “sane” Democrat. After picking myself off the floor from laughing so hard at the last part of that statement, I wondered...
The old adage that a picture says a thousand words became a reality to me when I recently saw a cartoon in the newspaper which displayed a recent college graduate sitting on a big rock in his cap and gown. Under his gown was a huge rock entitled “DEBT”. On the side of the huge rock...
WASHINGTON – Should Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., revert back to his Independent affiliation and run against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D) and businessman Donald Trump (R) for president of the United States? There are compelling reasons for and against such a campaign.
RALEIGH — I write today in praise of state employees who work in North Carolina’s regulatory agencies.