Our Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is like a black driver in a white neighborhood and the Republicans are the police.
A letter published in the Oct. 18 edition begs an answer as to what has happened to Ehringhaus Street.
Two well written narratives appeared on the letters page last Wednesday's detailing the facts, foibles and frenetic frenzy of the Donald Trump campaign and they were right on target.
RALEIGH — North Carolinians have long known that the electoral contest between Pat McCrory and Roy Cooper would be expensive, contentious, and competitive. It’s the top gubernatorial race in the country. And it’s the top political priority for many activists and interest groups…
RALEIGH — Sometimes I wonder if televised debates don’t do more harm than good, confusing the public when candidates make arguments woven from issues taken out of context.
After the Hurricane Matthew floods, North Carolinians were clearly susceptible to rumors that government help would…
There must be a revival of sorts going on in this country. I have been inundated with liberals expressing concern about me informing my participation in governing by my faith principles.
Jean Baker has given many years of service on our city council in Elizabeth City.
The author of a recent letter to the editor is trying to replace science with fear.
Even before voting began last week, headlines warned about rigged elections and voter intimidation. It can feel overwhelming and may even discourage some people from participating in this historic election.