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The decadence of modern American culture The recent nonfiction book — liberals call it fictional — “Guilty as Sin” by New York Times bestselling author Edward Klein describes the political and scandalous political path of … more
The first 20 years of my adult life I spent in the U.S. Army. During those years, we studied and trained to fight against communism. Not only was communism well-established in China, Cuba, North Vietnam and Russia, but these countries was trying to … more
Anonymous, unnamed sources who purport to be former White House officials or present ones, unreleased audio recordings of conversations and unseen FBI memos seem to be the main basis of the hysteria and witch hunt focusing on President Trump’s … more
Ever wonder how they come up with the “news” at the New York Times? The Post? The National Enquirer? NYT: Good morning from the New York Times, where the truth is what we say it is. Caller: What would you like to hear … more
Re: “Democrats should stand up to two-party paradigm” by Dave Hager, May 17: I won’t use the term liar, but you certainly speak untruths in your recent letter. You say I use my position to pontificate to lesser Americans. I have … more
Ask your legislators to support Governor’s School The North Carolina Governor’s School was founded by Gov. Terry Sanford in 1963 and, as the first institution of its kind in the nation, has proudly served academically gifted students … more
Bailey Cafe’s food, atmosphere a delight I recently enjoyed a most delicious meal in a restaurant out of town that was outstanding and brought back memories of times gone by. My sister and a guest went to the Bailey Cafe located in … more
I would like to congratulate the individuals who put together the Confederate Memorial Day event that held May 13 at the Maplewood Cemetery. It was an outstanding event that honored our Confederate soldiers. I would like to encourage those … more
As we celebrate Memorial Day, one out of every four Americans who die today is a veteran who has served our country. For most veterans who are entering the sunset of their lives, poor health can be a battle all its own as they are struggling to find … more
Re: “Democrats should stop whining and work across the aisle,” May 4: I am kowtowed before I even begin. Mr. Arthur Tozzi uses his position to pontificate to all the lesser Americans about how we should be acting responsibly in … more
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