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I can see it now: Southwest North Carolina Piedmont Region-Douglas International Airport.


How many managers disown their employers, like Jerry Orr did, and keep their jobs?


Randall Kelley should’ve concentrated on his “Cheat Unemployment” campaign.


The self-serving arrogance of our legislature seems to be unbounded.


It’s going to take more than 100 days to fix 100 years of Democrat (D)estruction.


Tell you what. Y’all can have your senseless voter IDs in exchange for no more gerrymandering.


While we’re moving toward giving undocumented people rights, can we forgive old student loans for the rest of us?


Finally, we now know who Mr. Burr truly represents.


Don’t frack with North Carolina!


$83M to add one lane on I-485? There must be better use for taxpayer money!


Let the Panthers go. The Hornets left and were quickly replaced by the Bobcats.


If the Panthers leave, maybe we could get a winning team.


MJ’s literacy campaign should start with simple words, like “offense” and “defense.”

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