The next presidential election aside, if the GOP is to still win elections in 2028 or 2032, they need to become the kind of party America’s working and middle classes caught a glimpse of in 2016.
Verbose, imprecise, or overly broad legislation may be justly dismissed, but concise, precise, and carefully worded legislation can earn widespread support.
Expanding Medicaid threatens to kick nearly 160,000 North Carolinians off their private insurance and onto taxpayer-funded Medicaid. This is what it does everywhere.
A professor at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington posted on his Facebook page a call to “Blow Up Republicans.”
Rep. Greg Murphy seeks to alter the Higher Education Act of 1965 to force institutions to guarantee First Amendment rights on campus.
The bill now heads to the desk of Gov. Roy Cooper, a Democrat who is expected to veto the measure, according to the Associated Press.
President Donald Trump prophesized doom and gloom for the nation run by progressives if Democrats are able to maintain a unified grip on power.
Former President Donald Trump spoke at the North Carolina Republican Party State Convention on Saturday and ripped Democrats for policies leading to lawlessness and disorder.
Former President Donald Trump said in a speech that he has no plans to return to Facebook after the company banned him and other conservatives.
The New York Times is lying about lines at gas stations, some of which have run out of fuel, after a Russian cybercrime gang attacked the Colonial Pipeline.
The Biden administration is looking to put up to 800 unaccompanied migrant children in an old prep school in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Nikole Hannah-Jones will join the UNC-Chapel Hill’s Hussman School of Journalism in Media in July as the Knight Chair in Race and Investigative Journalism.
North Carolina Republican Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson, who is black, launched a task force this week to root out left-wing indoctrination in schools.
Noem declared she was “excited” to sign the bill the same day the Senate gave its approval on International Women’s Day, but now has cold feet.
North Carolina’s newly elected lieutenant governor is going to be a political force to be reckoned with. Here’s his exclusive interview with The Federalist.
Tillis released a statement on Tuesday celebrating his win, which pushes the GOP closer to keeping its control of the Senate majority.
With nearly all the votes counted, President Donald Trump leads former Vice President Joe Biden in North Carolina by just under 75,000 votes.
Political outsider Mark Robinson just became the first black lieutenant governor of North Carolina, defeating an opponent who has been in state government for 25 years.
Several of these states will ultimately end up quite close, perhaps even with recounts. Will the Election Night leaders end up losers?
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