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Re: “The Republican Power Plays at the Heart of N.C. Politics

Fine work, Mr. Billman. Your readers are probably aware that most of the NC conservative shenanigans can be laid at Art Pope's feet. Jane Mayer referenced Indy in her excellent 2011 New Yorker article "State For Sale".

Posted by growlybear on 12/12/2017 at 6:38 PM

Re: “The Problem with N.C.’s Religious Exemption Law

I have very little patience for the empty-headed Pro-poison crowd, which is begging the government to take everyones rights away (including their own...and theyre too stupid to know it). For the record, vaccines are a medical procedure, and no, medical procedures should never be mandated, dummy. And for immune-compromised kids who doctors often vaccinate anyway, maybe theyre the ones who should stay home from school and out of public places if communicable illnesses could severely harm or kill them...because there are way more viruses and bacteria that we dont vaccinate against than those we do (and many vaccines arent even designed to prevent infection or transmission of illnesses, so the immune-compromised are not being protected by others who are vaccinated). To be blunt, force vaccinating kids on the basis of corporate Scientism is medically sanctioned child abuse and shouldnt be allowed.

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Posted by DoritoReiss on 12/12/2017 at 2:41 PM

Re: “Durham Attorney Scott Holmes Challenges N.C. Court Fees as Unconstitutional

About time some one fixed this.

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Posted by Bob Schroeck on 12/12/2017 at 11:38 AM

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