Attention NC Voters: Remember the judges!
In NC this year, amid all the attention given to Romney-v-Obama, McCrory-v-Dalton, and a slew of legislative and Council of State races, are 4 races at the bottom of the ballot which could have more of an impact on North Carolina for the next 10 years than all the other races combined: the races for NC’s appellate judgeships. Conservatives in NC who care about following | Read More »
Money Bomb for David Robinson (R, NC Ct. of App.)
David Robinson is one of three great conservative candidates running for N.C. Court of Appeals, and his fundraising deadline is Tuesday, May 8th. In North Carolina, statewide judicial candidates participate in public financing of campaigns, paid for by fees on attorneys. In order to get access to the public financing funds, David Robinson needs to raise $6,000 by the end of the day on May 8th. | Read More »
NC State Court Judges are Critical in Redistricting Lawsuit
In 2011, North Carolina’s first GOP-led legislature since Reconstruction produced redistricting maps that significantly favor conservative candidates for the US House and both houses of the state legislature. Unbelievably, Eric Holder’s “Justice” Department actually pre-cleared the maps, which means they may survive a federal court challenge. However, liberal special interest groups like the “Southern Coalition for Social Justice,” whatever that means, have challenged the redistricting maps in | Read More »
Attention North Carolina Conservatives!
Dear NC Conservatives, There are many important races on this year’s ballot, but the most critical races may be those for North Carolina’s appellate courts. It is vital that we elect fair and impartial judges who will apply a conservative judicial philosophy. It is even more important that we support these conservative judges with our contributions. While most candidates can raise funds all year long, | Read More »
A federal court incredulously holds that it is unconstitutional for voters of a state to amend their constitution to provide for traditional marriage only. An elementary school prohibits a student from giving out Valentines to his classmates because the Valentines contain a citation to a Bible verse. The current Administration now not only is going to order you to buy health insurance, but it is | Read More »
Ousted Rep. Bob Inglis (RINO-SC) implies Tea Partiers are racist, says, GOP has succumbed to “demagogues” and Glenn Beck
From National Review‘s “The Corner” online: Ousted Inglis Says GOP Under Influence of ‘Demagogues’ [Daniel Foster] Rep. Bob Inglis, defeated in a South Carolina primary last month, tells the AP that the GOP is succumbing to “demagoguery” and talk-show personalities, blasted Sarah Palin’s “death panels” comments, and compared American partisans to “Sunni and Shia.” While not naming names, 12-year incumbent Rep. Bob Inglis suggested in | Read More »
“Obama High School”??? In North Carolina???
The Alamance-Burlington (NC) School Board could consider a local citizen’s request to rename Western Alamance High School and Western Alamance Middle School as “Obama High School” and “Obama Middle School,” respectively, according to a report in the Burlington Times-News. According to the paper, Grace Baldwin, a local day care operator, did not state a reason for her request, other than that the Western school district | Read More »
Rep. Etheridge (D – NC) Has Done This Before
From today’s online edition of the Southern Pines (NC) Pilot: A video of Rep. Bob Etheridge physically confronting a college student in Washington brought back unpleasant memories for one former Moore County resident. Brandon Leslie, who moved away seven years ago and is now an attorney in Oxford, Miss., said he had an encounter with the now seven-term Democratic congressman from Lillington almost 14 | Read More »
When being “conservative” is not enough . . .
In the race for North Carolina Court of Appeals between Judge Rick Elmore and Steven Walker, being “conservative” is not enough. Both candidates are conservative. Both are registered Republicans. Both are fathers, active church members, and members of the NRA. Both candidates believe judges should interpret the law, not make law. So, what’s the key difference between Judge Elmore and Mr. Walker? Experience. First, | Read More »
New York = Clueless
I will never understand what goes through the minds of most New Yorkers at election time. Maybe it’s because I’m a Southern boy, but I just don’t get what those Yankees are thinking when they go into the voting booth. They vote for candidates who favor unions, higher taxes, more regulation, etc. Then they get mad when their state’s economy goes belly-up, and they move | Read More »