The Latest from The Lady
- North Carolina Dumps Common Core
- #OccupyFail: Adventures in Capitalism at Rent-A-Gent
- Stokes County Board of Ed Rejects Common Core
- No Reply From Cox Mills High On “Town Hall”
- NC Supreme Court Races: Associate Justice Race PT 2
- Common Core Public Relations 101
- NC Supreme Court Races: Associate Justice Race
- New Fundraising Tactic: Cursing For Clay
- #DM7 Article: Glenn Reynolds’s Good Advice To GOP
- Occupy Monday GA – Chant-tastic!
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Category Archives: Senate 2014
This is a re-posting my most recent weekly column at Da Tech Guy Blog. You can view the original here: Glenn Reynolds’s Good Advice To GOP ——————————————————————————————— By A.P. Dillon Earlier this week, Glenn Reynolds gave some great advice to the … Continue reading
New Mexico Senator Tom Udall has a couple of challengers for the upcoming 2014 election. In addition to candidates challenging Senator Udall, we’re also seeing grass-roots websites popping up questioning New Mexicans on the Senator — Do You Know Udall? Continue reading
Who says “Just a Blogger” can’t make a difference?
MT @DailyHMblog: Rise of new media in NC politics http://t.co/Kzk3Y593XY @PeteKaliner @NCPlottHound @sistertoldjah @LadyLiberty1885 #ncga
— Tim Moffitt (@TimMoffitt) April 11, 2014 Continue reading
Cue the Far Left Occupy Monday outrage machine in 3…2…1….
Oh no, more #regressive policies WORKING => Congress Should Not Extend Unemployment Benefits; NC Proves Why http://t.co/zim1mrRjtF#ncpol
— LL1885 – A.P. Dillon (@LadyLiberty1885) April 9, 2014
Apparently, North Carolina’s decision in not extending unemployment insurance, in order to avoid accumulating more debt on top of the massive totals built up by former Governor Perdue before she fled after one term, as people noticing. Continue reading
A new report reveals that at least 765 North Carolinians voted in more than one state in 2012, with 35,570 North Carolinian voters records showing shared information such as the same first names, last names, and dates of birth with individuals who voted in other states Continue reading