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Methinks the health care providers doth slogan too much.


Panthers use standard NFL procedure. Council accedes to extortion.


Now that the Panthers have been given $87.5M, they’ll henceforth be known as “The Charlotte Bloodsuckers.”


When you allow developers to build homes within danger zones, people will buy them.


A song dedicated to the Democrats who did their own form of gerrymandering for the past 100 years: How Do You Like Me Now?


Money Rock helped destroy countless families, cost taxpayers millions. If his redemption is supposed to be inspirational, I’m not feeling it.


Money Rock – still living off human weakness.


A bomb blows up, we blame the bomber. Drunk driving accident, we blame the driver. Idiot shoots someone – we blame the gun?


We have too many Faux Republicans brainwashed by too much Faux News!


Anyone ready for term limits yet? These thieves are much too comfortable.


No Voter ID laws for N.C.! Spend the money on a real problem.


If Newtown families are props, what are NRA’s self-serving senators?


Background checks make sense. Our leaders do not.


Look again. The devil is not in the classroom, he’s in the legislature.

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