Category: Columns

Transcript: Kelly defends President Trump’s handling of call to soldier’s widow

Washington, DC – White House chief of staff John F. Kelly delivered an emotional statement on Thursday in the White House briefing room, defending President Trump’s phone call to the widow of a slain U.S. serviceman and responding to criticism…

Saul Alinsky’s 12 rules for radicals

Saul Alinky's rules for radicals

Here is the complete list of Saul Alinsky.’s 12 rules for radicals: * RULE 1: “Power is not only what you have, but what the enemy thinks you have.” Power is derived from 2 main sources – money and people. “Have-Nots”…

Time to vote – How much time is enough?

Early voting voter ID

by Susan Myrick Raleigh, NC – After the progressive Left in North Carolina prevailed in their lawsuit against the State of North Carolina in regards to election reforms passed in 2013, you probably thought the battle over voting is finished.…

School choice is social justice

school choice

By Dr. Terry Stoops Raleigh, NC – Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to interact with undergraduate and doctoral students at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Education. My charge was to address the intersection of education policy and advocacy.…

UNC: Saying ‘Christmas vacation’ a microaggression

Merry Christmas is NOT a micro aggression

Chapel Hill, NC – At the University of North Carolina, it’s not just the students walking on politically correct eggshells. Guidelines issued on the university’s Employee Forum aim to help staff avoid microaggressions in their interactions by cautioning against offensive…

It’s 3:05 am on Thursday

coyote howling

By Lisa Lavallee Chatham County, NC – It’s 3:05 am on Thursday. I woke up with a thirst from having spent the previous day working (sweating) in the garden. The house was warm, almost 80 degrees, due to the fact…