Police report rash of vehicle break-ins

By Clellie Allen WAKE FOREST — From July 21 to 27, Wake Forest police responded to at least 28 reports of vehicle break-ins. Everything from computers to GPS devices, cash, sunglasses, and a couple of firearms were reported stolen. More than a few wallets, bank cards and drivers’...

How big a burden is registering to vote?

The left has been howling about how the new voter reform law will discriminate against minority and young voters. Being a politically active college student myself, I decided to find out how hard it is to register to vote. Dreading what I had come to believe was the horrible...

A cynic’s guide to shutting down the short session

The curtains could come down on the General Assembly’s short session in the next week or two, about a month later than legislative leaders predicted before the 2014 session started. But just in case, and for future reference, here are five cynical ways to end the short session...

Credit claims are poorly scripted

When liberals debate tax policy, it can be hard to keep track of their current positions. They keep changing. Right now, for example, Democratic politi-cians and left-wing activists are castigating Re-publicans in the General Assembly for proposing a reduction or elimination of...

Progress despite the objections of our leaders

It seems fitting somehow that the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals announced the decision that marks another major step toward marriage equality in North Carolina this week, just a few days after the General Assembly voted to allow charter schools in the state to discriminate...