Our public servants work for us. We need to tell them clearly what we want and what we expect - if they want to keep their jobs. Here's how to reach ours.
Thomas Alvin Farr helped suppress our state's voters with racist specificity called out as "surgical precision," yet he now stands poised to sit on NC's Eastern District Court.
Dr. Ford's bleak memories and the United Nations' stark incredulity remind us that laughter is not always joyful.
The recent “decision” by the Koch Brothers’ conglomerate to support candidates based on their support for deregulation etc., rather than purely on party affiliation, is disingenuous at best, and at worst deeply hypocritical. These are the same funders who brought... Continue Reading →
Today's Republicans have drifted far from their roots. Small government, fiscal conservatives would roll over in their graves. But will they reclaim the party?
Reaction to our first Black president galvanized haters and drew in voters who may not have realized they were supporting white supremacy. They need to recognize it now.
We need each other, for this beautiful nation of ours to flourish. We need to respect one another, even when we disagree with each other.
Marking some of the abnormal, perilous actions of the last 101 days... because these behaviors cannot be normalized.
When we agree on an end goal in politics, we may need to take yes for an answer and resist misguided attempts to micromanage the means.