Submitted by sparks1957 on Sat, 02/22/2014 - 12:44pm
Rarely do voters get a chance to see Candidates side by side for an in-depth interview, so I decided to provide you that opportunity.
As concerned North Carolinans, selecting a Candidate to represent the party in the General election is extremely important, and making an informed decision is the key to selecting the best candidate.
Please go to the link below and view Marshall Adame's interview with Jon Evans of WECT TV in Wilmington. I think that you will agree that Marshall Adame is a candidate that is about substance on issues that affect the voters of North Carolina and the nation.
Submitted by scharrison on Sat, 02/22/2014 - 12:32pm
Something about this story caught my eye. See if you can figure it out.
Capitol Broadcasting Corp. plans to open the dam at the Rocky Mount Mills on Tuesday in order to inspect the turbines and the dam.
It is anticipated that the work will take about two days. During that time, residents will likely notice significantly lower water levels along the Tar River upstream of the dam. A temporary surge of water also is expected downstream of the dam once the gates are opened.
'With a Sex-Harassment Suit Hanging Over His Head, Some Are Wondering Whether Nation of Islam Minister Benjamin Muhammad Is Fit to Lead the Million Family March'
By Peter Noel Tuesday, Sept 5 2000
Party Chairman Randy Voller is still in denial about the baggage Dr. Ben Chavis would bring as an employee of the NC Democratic Party. A simple Google search pulls up dozens of articles that document Chavis' simply awful track record.
This is one of the best from the time of his controversial tenure as leader of a Nation of Islam mosque in Harlem in NY City. I hope all the members of the State Party's Executive Council will read it.
Submitted by teddyrooseveltp... on Fri, 02/21/2014 - 11:23am
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow profiles some of the non-scientific beliefs of John Skvarla, Pat McCrory's man in charge of DENR.
Did you know that Creationists have this wacky theory that since the earth is only 6,000 years old that things like oil and natural gas aren't finite resources made from the remains of million year old plant material? And that Skvarla believes this nonsense?
Submitted by teddyrooseveltp... on Fri, 02/21/2014 - 8:26am
Senator Richard Burr (R-Land of Make Believe) is on the stump again flogging the dead horse of the ACA alternative proposed by he and some other Republican Senators and backed by the Koch stinktank machine.
Meanwhile, with all the actors and misleading stories used in ads to bash the Affordable Care Act, Mother Jones wonders if anyone is actually being harmed by the law.
Will any media outlet actually challenge Burr to produce a fully documented case of someone being harmed by the ACA that can stand up to scrutiny?
At a recent legislative committee meeting, Rep. Susi Hamilton, a Wilmington Democrat, asked pointed questions about private fundraising to Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker and Richard Lindenmuth, the partnership's interim chief executive officer.
"My question is, where's the private money and why aren't we talking more about fundraising toward the (partnership) while we're also talking about bringing public money to the table?" Hamilton asked.
Submitted by Envirograham on Thu, 02/20/2014 - 1:36pm
Commercial Rooftop Solar Vast Untapped Resource
Panels on shopping centers could increase solar power by 10-fold,
Charlotte, NC— On the heels of recent reports that solar power is growing in North Carolina, a new analysis from Environment North Carolina Research & Policy Center demonstrates that commercial buildings in the state are a largely untapped resource for harnessing the power of the sun. The report, “Solar on Superstores,” shows how rooftop panels at shopping malls and big-box stores could increase solar capacity in the state by more than ten-fold.
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