North Carolina's Lt. Gov. is not a fan of the new common core curriculum.
More than eight out of 10 North Carolinians think the law is fair to all voters.
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.
The president’s approval numbers are tanking...
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.
In North Carolina, a state of over 9.7 million, only one person has enrolled in Obamacare — and that individual has not even paid.
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.
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.
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.
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.”
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.
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.
SB353, a motorcycle safety bill in North Carolina that was amended to include abortion restrictions, has been adopted by Republican lawmakers.
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