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Letters to the Editor: Kalvin Smith and the School Bond EDITORIAL

    Letters to the Editor: Kalvin Smith and the School Bond EDITORIAL

Justice denied in case of  Kalvin M. Smith To the Editor: Just when you think there can be no more egregious errors in ROY COOPER’s closet, there are more. Cooper

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Let’s prove them wrong, those who expect us to stay home

    Let’s prove them wrong, those who expect us to stay home

Glynda C. Carr Guest Columnist Kimberly P. Allen Guest Columnist With a few days left until Election Day some are speculating what the overall turnout will be among Black women. Black women

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Supremes, the Senate and the dirty Donalds, Segretti to Trump

    Supremes, the Senate and the dirty Donalds, Segretti to Trump

Tom Hastings Guest Columnist Supremes, the senate and the dirty Donalds, Segretti to Trump. OK, the Republicans said when Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia passed away late last winter, we

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Pay attention to domestic violence

    Pay attention to domestic violence

Laura Finley Guest Columnist October was Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Dwarfed by the enormous outpouring for breast cancer awareness month, it receives attention largely from survivors, advocates and activists. But

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Editorial: Lack of knowledge of basic civics threatening democracy

  Editorial: Lack of  knowledge of basic civics threatening democracy

On Thursday, Oct. 20, Rachel Maddow revealed on her MSNBC television show that retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice David H.

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Letters to the Editor: The Election

  Letters to the Editor: The Election

Vote John Larson for Winston-Salem City Council To the Editor: Nearly a year ago I became a member of the

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Political Cartoon: Trick and Treat

  Political Cartoon: Trick and Treat
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How free is freedom?

  How free is freedom?

Jamika R. Burnette Guest Columnist According to the National Registry of Exonerations, out of 873 individual exonerations from January 1989

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Republicans began downward spiral by blocking president

  Republicans began downward spiral by blocking president

James B. Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist The political posturing and back and forth will come to a screeching halt on

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Bad Hombre

  Bad Hombre

Tom Hastings Guest Columnist Watching the 2016 campaign is hypnotically akin to the gawker slow-down that affects traffic with the

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