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Let people buy guns. Ban bullets.


If Duke Energy could afford to give 10 million dollars to the Democratic National Committee, surely it can afford to give $200,000 to Carolina Carousel.


Governor McCrory: You’re trying to make the wrong president homeless.


Congress doesn’t need a spring break because it’s been broken for five years.


I wonder if Democrats would be for a quick path to citizenship if those millions of illegals would vote 75 percent for Republicans.


Time for immigration reform. Time for citizenship and income tax. No more free tax rides!


Banks having hacking problems? You sure make it easy by sending all your tech info to India.


You can step on my blue suede shoes, you can even throw me into that briar patch, but whatever you do...don’t turn me over to that UNC Honor Court!


If motorcyclists can decide whether they want to wear their helmets or not, does that mean I can decide whether I want to wear my seatbelt?


Qualification to join the Sun Belt Conference: Be from some place where the sun shines.


$140 million would fund the Charlotte Symphony in perpetuity. Which says more about us: football or culture?


If the Panthers leave, we can all still watch them on TV like we do now.

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