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May 31, 2019

“Why does Pope Francis’ passion for justice and unity stop short of women?” I join National Catholic Reporter columnist Jamie Manson in posing this question. In 2016 the Pope created a commission for the study of the history of women deacons in the Catholic Church. On May 10 of…

May 30, 2019

I was pleased to learn that black billionaire investor Robert F. Smith, founder of Vista Equity Partners, announced during this year’s commencement address at Morehouse College that he will pay off the student loan debts of the roughly 400 students who graduated from Morehouse this year. This…

May 29, 2019

Many improvements in the Greenville downtown area have truly enhanced the appearance of our city. ECU has added some architecturally beautiful buildings that speak to the quality of our university and Greenville. Many businesses and restaurants and the Dickinson avenue upgrades have made going…

May 29, 2019

Is it concerning to anyone else that these mostly male state legislators in Alabama, Missouri, Kentucky, Ohio and Georgia are passing extremely restrictive abortion bans based largely on their own narrow minded beliefs? They're not the ones who are going to suffer the consequences of an unwanted…

May 28, 2019

I want to thank Rep. Chris Humphrey for his steadfast leadership in supporting bipartisan redistricting reform through the FAIR Act (H.B. 140).

Currently, politicians are able to choose the voters in their district instead of the voters choosing the politician to represent their district. The FAIR…

May 28, 2019

As many may have heard, the Pitt County Board of Commissioners voted down a motion to further raise a proposed tax increase to fund additional pay supplements for Pitt County teachers in the 2019-2020 fiscal year budget.

I was delighted to see that Commissioners Nunnally, Albright and Perkins-…

May 27, 2019

In response to Dr. Cook’s Public Forum submission on May 19, I agree with the need for greater price and coverage transparency from medical insurance companies. I do hope that someday soon we achieve that goal.

However, as a gastroenterologist (GI specialist), I was taken aback at your…

May 26, 2019

What is going on with Sen. Lindsey Graham?

Graham — a lawyer, former prosecutor, longtime senator, steadfast friend to the late John McCain, and the current chairperson of the Senate Judiciary Committee — has emerged from his former Republican cocoon, transformed into a Trump sycophant…

May 25, 2019

We were strong and loyal to our Uncle Sam, so we picked up our rifles and we went to Viet Nam.

Can’t say for sure who was right or wrong; it’s all pretty blurry and it’s been so long.

But one thing’s certain, though we didn’t run, we hated that war more than anyone.

We…

May 24, 2019

A recent column cites opposition to an anti-choice bill to claim that North Carolina Democrats are “rejecting moderates” yet ignores the party’s priorities, recent accomplishments, and the attacks on reproductive rights happening across the South.

Last year, on our Rural NC…

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