Month: May 2018

Two Tributes on Memorial Day, 2018

Regardless of all, these two men put themselves in harm’s way as a duty and commitment. In a time when patriotism is being perverted to political ends, being used as a cudgel to curb disagreement, their real sacrifice is herein honored, with love.

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Transylvania Indivisible’s First 2018 Endorsement: Anita Earls for NC Supreme Court

As the courts have protected voting rights and required the legislature to fix unfair gerrymanders, legislators have lashed out at judges and passed bills giving them more control over courts. The most drastic attack on North Carolina’s courts are two proposed state constitutional amendments. One will essentially put the legislature in charge of choosing judges. The other amendment will shortened judges’ terms to just two years—the shortest in the nation.

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