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November 25, 2018

While the response so far has been disappointing, it's hard to fault the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education for its efforts to get public input on hiring the next superintendent of schools.

November 25, 2018


November 25, 2018

Walters Williams’ recent column on incivility was amazing in that it was so off the mark. He confuses hate speech with free speech.

Much like “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” the actions of those that do not reflect our opinions are subject to scrutiny. Yes, emotions are…

November 25, 2018

Brian Kemp, secretary of state in Georgia, schemed his way into his next job as governor of Georgia. A secretary of state overseeing his own election? Fox in the hen house anybody?

I’d urge Kemp’s opponent in the Georgia gubernatorial election, Stacey Abrams, not to lose courage. She…

November 25, 2018

Idealism is an asset in shaping public policy, because openness to possibilities translates into responsiveness to reality — to a point. Past that point, idealism is the rejection of reality, which as public policy translates into the insistence on destroying the individual in the name of…

November 24, 2018

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