Interview with Sean Haugh, Libertarian Candidate for U.S. Senate (Part Two)

As the 2014 midterm elections are quickly approaching, a large amount of the nation’s attention has turned to North Carolina, a state that many consider a swing state after it flipped from blue to red between the 2008 and 2012 elections. The battle has mainly focused on Democratic incumbent Kay Hagan and Republican challenger Thom Tillis. There is,Continue reading “Interview with Sean Haugh, Libertarian Candidate for U.S. Senate (Part Two)”

Interview with Sean Haugh, Libertarian Candidate for U.S. Senate (Part One)

As the 2014 midterm elections are quickly approaching, a large amount of the nation’s attention has turned to North Carolina, a state that many consider a swing state after it flipped from blue to red between the 2008 and 2012 elections. The battle has mainly focused on Democratic incumbent Kay Hagan and Republican challenger Thom Tillis. ThereContinue reading “Interview with Sean Haugh, Libertarian Candidate for U.S. Senate (Part One)”

Red 4 Ed and Bias in the Classroom

The fine line between one’s professional life and one’s personal life As the year for public schools are in full swing, some teachers in North Carolina are less worried about making sure that their students do well in their class, and more upset about North Carolina’s education funding that was passed in this year’s budget.Continue reading “Red 4 Ed and Bias in the Classroom”

Student Congress Goes After UNC College Republicans

Chapel Hill- In a seemingly shocking move, the UNC Student Congress voted to cut the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill College Republican’s budget from last year by 75% in one fell swoop. On Tuesday August 27, 2013, the UNC College Republicans appeared in front of the Student Congress Finance Committee to request anContinue reading “Student Congress Goes After UNC College Republicans”

NC Dems Look to Solve Financial Woes with… Alchemy?

As reported by WRAL today, the North Carolina Democratic Party is in extreme trouble financially as their executive board, still reeling from the sex scandal under previous Chair David Parker, is still infighting. Today, fist vice-chairwoman Nina Szlosberg-Landis resigned from office citing personal differences and alleged bullying from the new state Chairman Randy Voller. TheContinue reading “NC Dems Look to Solve Financial Woes with… Alchemy?”

Victory is Sweet

I woke up this morning, and for some reason the air seemed fresher, the grass greener, the color of the falling leaves more vivid. Lenoir was even serving meatball subs today. And I asked myself, what could possibly make this day even better? And then I remembered the historic victories secured by the Republicans lastContinue reading “Victory is Sweet”