Does this mean I still have a chance to be redistricted out of Rep Dave Price's district? This has the potential to be great news.
I was really hoping we could redistrict Rep David Price from south Cary so I could get some representation for all those tax dollars I have been sending to Washington DC.
No, Rep David Price does not represent me, never has, never will. I assume it's his choice, because he has never favorably responded to any issues I have sent his way.
I wish God would tell Bob Geary to stop writing these articles.
I'm dreaming of the immigrants of the past, the immigrants who left behind their language and cultures to become an American in America - the melting pot of the world. With religious freedoms for all, including Christians.
Not really sure what is supposed to be the surprise here.
Ever hear of Pareto Analysis or the 80/20 rule.
80% of the results are related to 20% of the causes.
This US model fits almost exact.
Of course, that is logic talking and not emotions.
"Neither idea, however, will save much money, and in fact, any voucher plan would cost additional funds if students already in private schools or being homeschooled were eligible, according to Brian Lewis, government relations chief for the N.C. Association of Educators."
Yes Brian, that's right. Continue to screw the people who place such a high importance on their children's education that they drive crappy cars so they can afford to send their kids to private schools, AND pay their fair share of taxes that support schools.
The article states
"The federal Voting Rights Act, passed in 1965 and reauthorized in 2006, requires that minority communities not be split, to avoid the historic practice of fracturing African-American districts and thus diluting their voting power. In North Carolina, 40 counties, including Guilford, Person and Granville, require federal approval to make any changes, because of a history of voting discrimination."
Now how could that have happened? Democrats have been in charge of the NC Senate for 100 years, which includes the period from 1965 - 2006.
I was wondering.
If President Obama lived in Wake County whether he would send his kids to public schools? He didn't in Chicago, he didn't in Washington D.C.
Maybe he's smarter than you thought?
And Tata's not in anyone's pocket? Not yet, but I get the suspicion he's about to go into my pocket looking for my wallet.
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