Those interested in public education in North Carolina who missed the May 16, 2013 Beaufort TEA Party meeting you missed an excellent chance to learn about "Common Core," perhaps the hottest topic in education circles today....more >>
In what some believe/hope will be a harbinger of things to come in Charlotte when the NC GOP Convention convenes in two weeks, Saturday saw a conservative sweep in the Virginia Republican convention....more >>
Several years ago we were treated to the Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare.. What's not to like about something that sounds that good. Patient Protection; Affordable Care....more >>
At this month's Washington City Council meeting the council heard a report on the proposed development of the remaining acreage known locally as the Moss Planing Mill site. Raleigh developer Jim Wiley, President of Beacon Street, made a presentation which you can review in the video below:
Rep. Mike Speciale continues to impress us. He has co-sponsored what may very well become one of the most important bills in this year's General Assembly. But it has gotten very little notice and is not something that will garner many votes for its sponsors, but it could make a paradigm shift in the way local government operates in North Carolina....more >>
Turns out the student was lying. It also turns out that school officials knew he was lying from the get-go. So why are the hullabaloo? WRAL TV is reporting: A Johnston County teen who was arrested and suspended after bringing two unloaded shotguns to school said Thursday that he lied to the principal about forgetting the guns were in his vehicle....more >>
President Obama, trying to tap down the controversy of the IRS targeting conservative groups with illegal actions, said what happened was inexcusable and that he is angry about it. Then he appoints the person who was the head of the witch-hunt to head up...more >>
The odds are you are not just a face in the crowd any longer. Even if your picture isn't plastered all over social networking and photo-sharing sites, facial recognition technology in public places is making it harder if not impossible to remain anonymous.