WASHINGTON -- Late in April, The New York Times headlined its lead editorial: "Mr. Trump's Strange World View." It was printed the day after the dominating candidate's much-touted foreign policy speech.
RALEIGH – This column is what we call in newsroom parlance a "fetcher."
It turns out that the whole controversy about the anti-LGBT law HB2 that is costing North Carolina thousands of jobs and millions of dollars in tourism revenue is all the fault of “the radical left” in Charlotte that includes Mayor Jennifer Roberts.
With Donald Trump heading toward what more and more Republicans believe will be victory in the GOP primaries, an increasing number of party figures -- none fans of Trump originally -- are making their peace with the idea of Trump as their nominee. Some are even working out an argument, at least...
RALEIGH – It took no longer than the first budget meeting before the battle lines were drawn in what will become the biggest spending-related debate of 2016.
WASHINGTON -- The Donald Trump rampage -- still hard to believe, after nearly a year -- is a symptom of something deeper and more profound: the Republican Party's slide into complete incoherence.
RALEIGH — The city of High Point is making national headlines for its innovative approach to combating the scourge of domestic violence.
A recent letter to the editor made a very false statement that should be addressed.
The archenemy of conservatism is not liberalism, but rather the certainty that everyone is to blame for the demise of belief in personal responsibility except oneself.
The writer of one of the letters to the editor published in the April 22 edition of The Daily Advance seemed to be more concerned with the financial repercussions caused by the passage of House Bill 2 than with any other aspect of it.
In criticizing our state legislators, the writer said...