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Column: JOBS, JOBS, JOBS

    Column: JOBS, JOBS, JOBS

By Jim Roberts, Guest Columnist The worst thing to happen to the United States since 9/11 has been the trade agreements that caused the loss of tens of millions of

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I am the best person to beat Virginia Foxx

    I am the best person to beat Virginia Foxx

Many in Winston-Salem are still stinging over the loss of Alma Adams as your representative and having her replaced with Virginia Foxx.

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Commentary: ‘It is time for a political revolution’

    Commentary: ‘It is time for a political revolution’

For any American under 35 years old, they’ve spent their entire lives under a system where all the economic gains have gone to those who need them the least.

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N.C. NAACP rejects new voting maps

    N.C. NAACP rejects new voting maps

  By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle State Republican lawmakers may be pleased with themselves after redrawing North Carolina’s 13-district congressional maps last week, but the N.C. NAACP is not.

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Families gain in recent tax bill, but corporations got a lot more

    Families gain in recent tax bill, but corporations got a lot more

Frank Clemente Guest  Columnist  Surprisingly, Congress’s $680 billion holiday-season tax deal will bring some cheer to working families and not

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Editorial: Check to see how Congress handles ‘net neutrality’

    Editorial: Check to see how Congress handles ‘net neutrality’

Imagine that you were driving on the interstate like everyone else, then a big semi-truck slows down in front of

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Tillis, Burr reject N.C. native as attorney general pick; Senate panel OKs nominee

    Tillis, Burr reject N.C. native as attorney general pick; Senate panel OKs nominee

Associated Press Both of North Carolina’s U.S. senators are opposing the confirmation of Greensboro native Loretta Lynch for attorney general,

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Letters to the Editor: Lynch nomination, UNC Board

    Letters to the Editor: Lynch nomination, UNC Board

Disappointed  in Senator Tillis’ vote  To the Editor: Congressman G. K. Butterfield (NC-01) on Thursday, Feb. 26, released the following

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Editorial: GOP can learn from Brooke

    Editorial: GOP can learn from Brooke

(pictured above: Edward W. Brooke) Edward W. Brooke, a liberal Republican who in 1966 became the first black person in U.S.

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Elected Black Republicans Not Expected to be a Plus for the Community

    Elected Black Republicans Not Expected to be a Plus for the Community

In photo: Mia Love will represent Utah’s U.S. House 4th District in a state where Blacks account for just 1.3

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