Tom Campbell says that if a society is judged by how it treats those unable to care for themselves we owe the mentally ill nothing less than our best efforts.
Patrick Gannon knows it has four letters, but he has still never understood why “toll” is such a bad word in North Carolina.
Rob Christensen says that the most dangerous place to stand during the past few days has been between a politician and a TV camera, as they try to one-up each other in showing how opposed they are to admitting Syrian refugees.
The Greensboro News & Record says that Greensboro, High Point, and Guilford County turned a big corner when their governing boards signed an agreement creating the Guilford County Economic Development Alliance.
The Charlotte Observer arguers that Mecklenburg County should put its a $7-million-a-year jail maintenance contract up for competitive bidding.
The notion of "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it" has given way, even among journalists, to a multicultural fetish against offending anyone who is not Western, or who is among a media-anointed "victim class.
Those who read, watch, and listen to the news lose when media outlets decide to ignore the “wrong” side.
A news outlet’s willingness to own up to its mistakes says a lot about its credibility.
Reforms Are Producing Results
November 25, 2015, By Dan WayRALEIGH — In what is evolving into a war of words and political philosophies, Gov. Pat McCrory said he would pursue what Attorney General Roy Cooper would not — formal opposition to a Virginia transgender student’s lawsuit that could force North Carolina to allow both sexes to use the same K-12 public school bathrooms and locker rooms.