Sometimes it’s laughable when a politician talks one thing and then does the opposite. We see it all the time, yet we seem never to stop being surprised.
A marketing analyst would describe Durham as having a lot of noise.
It’s easy to be a fan of Sen. Kay Hagan, D–N.C., of Greensboro. For those who have seen her in action, she brings a sense of calm, focus, fairness and compassion
An Associated Press story Monday turned me from reader to researcher. The story has been written many times, many different ways. It was about the Republicans in North Carolina moving quickly the first few weeks of 2013 on several issues. In no particular order, those issues include whether to expand Medicaid, reduction of jobless benefits and changing the state’s earned income tax credit.