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S.C. founding father at center of U.S. Supreme Court election case

One of South Carolina's early governors – and one of the nation's most controversial founding fathers – is taking center stage in a critical U.S. Supreme Court case this week that could fundamentally alter the control of federal congressional elections.

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In closing hours, NC Democrats evade their own union

The North Carolina Democratic Party is not “asking for the union label” but seeking to avoid its own unionized workers in the final hours of the 2022 campaign, in direct conflict with the state party’s own stated principles. The state Democratic Party appears to be involved in a shell game of running campaign funds through...

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Opinion

Woodshed 2022 election predictions

U.S. Senate and State Supreme Court Races Ok folks.  I have written about 75 articles and columns about the 2022 election. Here is my last before the results come in. Below are the long-awaited 2022 Woodshed election predictions.  (Click here for what I will be watching on election night) U.S. Senate: Republican Ted Budd will...

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What I will be watching on election night

Midway through early voting the percentage of voters that are registered Democrat is down compared to 2018 and 2020. While Republicans have warmed up to early voting over the years, Democrats still dominate early voting and Republicans dominate election day voting.

Dallas Woodhouse
Opinion

North Carolina Democrats on the ropes

North Carolina Democrats are facing a brutal election that could see their worst results in more than a decade, according to the latest and last Civitas-John Locke Foundation poll of the 2022 election. The poll, released two weeks before Election Day, shows Republican Ted Budd pulling away with a four-point lead. The Trafalgar Group,  also...

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Opinion

Ervin cast deciding votes in precedent-setting cases that could free Raleigh mass murderer

If last week's 15-year-old Raleigh mass murderer survives his injuries, he could someday be released back on our streets because Democrat State Supreme Court Justice Jimmy Ervin cast a deciding vote in prior, extremely controversial, cases that critics contend elevate the desires of convicted killers above protecting the innocent public.  

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Opinion

On Cheri Beasley, brother of slain state trooper gets his say

In a new television advertisement, Al Lowry finally has his say. The ad opposes Democrat Cheri Beasley’s candidacy for the U.S. Senate. Lowry, the brother of murdered Cumberland County state trooper Ed Lowry, targets the legal system that has denied his family justice for 25 years. Al Lowry discusses one of the people he holds most responsible for his family’s deep suffering and grave injustices: Beasley.

Dallas Woodhouse
Opinion

N.C. Democrats sexist misogynist state Senate campaign

By all accounts, Republican State Senator Lisa Barnes, R-Nash, representing Johnston and Nash Counties has a record of public service that is to be commended, even if you disagree with her political positions on healthcare, education, and the economy.  Outside of partisan politics, she works with the Coalition for Addiction and Recovery Education, brings faith and...

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Opinion

Trump’s New Hanover visit highlights importance of coastal county

Donald Trump’s visit to New Hanover County, specifically the Wilmington International Airport, highlights the importance of the “Port City” and its home county, one of two North Carolina counties that embraced Trump in 2016 and rejected him in 2020.  New Hanover has become one of the most purple counties in North Carolina, and the largest...

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