North Carolina on Townhall

Daniel Doherty - Wed Mar 26

Caught red-handed... ... more

Christine Rousselle - Wed Feb 26

North Carolina's Lt. Gov. is not a fan of the new common core curriculum. ... more

Christine Rousselle - Sun Feb 9

More than eight out of 10 North Carolinians think the law is fair to all voters. ... more

Heather Ginsberg - Wed Feb 5

With rumors stirring yesterday about Sandra Fluke and her potential campaign for Congress, it is now open season for a bunch of non-political candidates to make their way on to the public stage. ... more

Walter E. Williams - Wed Dec 25

Daniel Doherty - Wed Nov 13

The president’s approval numbers are tanking... ... more

Sarah Jean Seman - Sun Nov 10

A North Carolina school refused to hang posters depicting an American Flag and the national motto “In God We Trust” — the legal counsel feared the signs would be seen as promoting religion. ... more

Sarah Jean Seman - Tue Nov 5

In North Carolina, a state of over 9.7 million, only one person has enrolled in Obamacare — and that individual has not even paid. ... more

Daniel Doherty - Mon Sep 30

This is the second time Attorney General Holder’s Justice Department in expected to sue a state government for enacting ostensibly discriminatory voter I.D. laws. ... more

Christine Rousselle - Fri Sep 6

In response to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill refusing to grant enough funding to the College Republicans to bring conservative speakers Ann McIlhinney and Katie Pavlich to campus, a crowdfunding Indiegogo campaign has been launched to raise the $6,000 needed to host the events. ... more

Heather Ginsberg - Thu Sep 5

The chairman of the North Carolina Senate Finance committee said yesterday that he hopes to use the next legislative session to eliminate the state income tax. ... more

Kate Andrews - Thu Sep 5

On Tuesday, the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill’s Student Congress upheld the Finance Committee’s decision to decrease the College Republican’s budget over 75% from the previous year; during the meeting, some of the representatives went on record accusing two conservative, female leaders as being “non-intellectual” and having “no value.” ... more

Kate Andrews - Fri Aug 30

On Tuesday, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Student Congress Finance Committee cut the budget of the College Republicans over 75% from the previous year, but met the funding requests of two liberal groups. ... more

Mike Adams - Thu Aug 22

Cortney O'Brien - Thu Aug 1

Some would call it sweet revenge. Governor Pat McCrory would just call it being nice. When pro-choice activists were loudly chanting outside of his home to protest his recent signing of pro-life legislation, the Governor of North Carolina had an interesting response -- he delivered them a plate of cookies. ... more