The Daily Haymaker has a good post that demonstrates the state of North Carolina has relinquished many of the gains we had made on state taxes after Republicans took control of the General Assembly a dozen years ago. There was some initial improvement in tax conditions; but that has been […]
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This happened in the city from which he came, where he is currently subject to malicious political litigation. And it fueled further VP speculation for Carlson:
I watched the election returns last night on one of the conservative networks. It is certainly possible to attribute the defeats in Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky to typical Republican/ conservative fecklessness and lackluster efforts turning out the vote. But one commentator made a statement that resonated. When the Ohio abortion […]
Their is much wailing, gnashing of teeth– and on the other side, exhilaration and giddiness– over some political polls this weekend that demonstrate Trump beating Biden in multiple battleground states. At least 60 percent felt the country is headed in the wrong direction. In addition, there are critical poll questions […]
This fellow below encourages checking out the Freedom Index scores for the House leadership race. I did. Lifetime scores are as follows: McCarthy 60 percent; McHenry 65 percent; Scalise 67 percent; and Jordan 82 percent. Patrick McHenry is from North Carolina; has been a part of the House leadership team […]