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 »
Meet Bill Randall (R-CAND, NC-13)
Well, I was going to do a full-scale bio and plea for support for Bill Randall, conservative Republican for Congress in North Carolina’s 13th District, but blogger RandysRight beat me to it. So, before I copy and paste his spot-on post from ConservativeNC, let me say that Randall is running in the Republican run-off election to be held June 22. Turnout is normally VERY low | Read More »
Attention North Carolina Conservatives!
Attention North Carolina Conservatives! There only a few days left until the May 4 primary, and conservative judges need your help! Judges are elected here in North Carolina, and this year, conservative judges are facing a major battle. According to the August 10, 2009, issue of National Review, money from liberal special interests is flowing into the Tar Heel State to defeat conservative appellate judges like Judge | Read More »