Editorial

Editorial: Changes. Petitions and Positions

    Editorial: Changes. Petitions and Positions

(pictured above: Forsyth County Elections Director Rob Coffman) A change.org petition has been started to support Forsyth County Elections Director Rob Coffman, whose head has been placed on the chopping

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Slavery Reawakened

    Slavery Reawakened

(pictured above:  “Ebony and Ivy” book author and MIT history professor, Craig Steven Wilder) Seven score and 10 years ago, in 1863, President Abraham Lincoln returned to Washington from Gettysburg, Penn. after

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Editorial: Pope Plays the Victim

    Editorial: Pope Plays the Victim

Art Pope’s indignation over NAACP-led pickets of his chain of discount stores is chuckle-worthy. The conservative firebrand has been a longtime ally of policies and initiatives designed to keep minorities

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Editorial: Hagan’s Latest

    Editorial: Hagan’s Latest

From Great Smoky Mountains National Park in the west to Cape Hatteras National Seashore in the east, North Carolinians are passionate about the outdoors. In fact, more than 1.6 million

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Editorial: Rams, Officer, Holiday thoughts

  Editorial: Rams, Officer, Holiday thoughts

Rams The season has ended for the Winston-Salem State Rams. The football squad’s NCAA DII championship quest fizzled out Saturday

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Editorial: Immigration reform stalling

  Editorial: Immigration reform stalling

U.S. House Speaker John Boehner recently stated that there will not be any conference committee in order to find a

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Editorial: Governor’s Delusion

  Editorial: Governor’s Delusion

Pat McCrory is coming to town. The Forsyth County Republican Women have announced that our first-term governor will speak at

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Editoral: Kanye and Palin

  Editoral: Kanye and Palin

At the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition’s fall fundraiser in Des Moines last weekend, former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin

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Editorial: Public housing residents will only benefit from work requirement

  Editorial: Public housing residents will only benefit from work requirement

It is surprising that not everyone shares Housing Authority of Winston-Salem CEO Larry Woods’ enthusiasm for nudging more public housing

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