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I used to laugh at South Carolina’s poor choice of elected officials. Not anymore...


Forrest Gump is not from this area, but it’s suspected that some of his relatives hold public office in Rowan County.


NC: From World Class to Mayberry in one election cycle.


Anyone who can afford to give back part of their salary is overpaid!


Gov. Pat, get hold of the reins! Or is that you and The Pope causing this stampede?


Why stop at state religion? Let’s get rid of all elected officials and get a king who’ll be head of the church.


Anyone remember that National ID card Bill Clinton tried to get passed by Congress?


Guess we can expect yet another multiple choice test to make sure the kiddos are learning their cursive in school.


I don’t go to church to hear local laws and policy debates – and I don’t go to town meetings to hear prayers.


An armed citizenry may be governed, but not ruled.


The best weapons against the “tyranny” of government: The Constitution and the separation of powers.


Here’s an idea... Let’s rename Stonewall St. Jerry Richardson Blvd., then maybe the whole thing will go away.


Really? E-Nups? Please tell us that’s a late April Fool’s joke.

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