Republicans in North Carolina are trying to quash a subpoena for emails regarding the "rationale, purpose and implementation" of House Bill 589, aka the most egregious vote suppression law in the country.
Singer and former American Idol runner-up Clay Aiken officially announced on Wednesday that he will run for Congress against Rep. Renee Elmers (R-NC) in North Carolina's 2nd District.
Last week, federal Magistrate Judge Joi Elizabeth Peake scheduled a hearing for July 2014, to impose a temporary injunction on North Carolina's "voter ID" law.
On Sunday, State Senator Bob Rucho, a Republican out of North Carolina, took to Twitter and decided to make a comparison that is just unbelievable in its idiocy and complete lack of historical awareness and understanding.
The tea party is the intersection of cognitive dissonance and reality. It's certain to become a reality show. Oh wait - it already is.
North Carolina is the true predictor and portent of tragedy inherent when Republicans hold the reins of power.
The south is becoming more and more socially progressive, which is leading to an educated populace that should no longer be stereotyped.
This week's Republican attempt to reach out to minorities was the latest lesson in how to become less popular than dog poop.
ECSU student Montravius King fought the GOP vote suppression effort and won in North Carolina.
In Republican newspeak, eligible voter is code for voters who are rich, white, male and Republican.
The American people are not stupid, and can't be tricked by Republicans carrying plates of cookies into giving up their civil rights.
Market-based educational reform is an utter failure, and yet we still can't shake the nasty remnants of its bad policy influence
\When one looks at each law passed by the NC Republicans in isolation, it's easy to dismiss them as bad. When taken together, North Carolina is a blue print of what a Koch Empire would look like.
Republicans see threat to white privilege in Eric Holder's announced plans to make Texas obtain federal approval for changes to voting laws
North Carolina Republicans have rubber stamped a voter suppression law that some might say is more consistent with fascism than with a government of the people, for the people and by the people.
Today, the North Carolina state senate passed the most extreme vote suppression bill ever after a very generous 2-hour debate.
The latest job stats from the Koch Republic of Pope, aka, North Carolina, add yet more data to the already massive proof that Republican policies kill jobs.
it is glaringly obvious that Republican hatred is directed toward the American people as much as the government meant to serve them.
America is one election away from total dominance by the Koch brothers billionaire club and is on the verge of replacing the Constitution with Milton Freidman's Capitalism and Freedom.
This is what North Carolina has turned into.This is what happens when conservatives get control of government and use it to intimidate opponents of the corporate owned government's policies.