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June 26, 2018

Never in my worst nightmare did I imagine that I'd equate our government’s policies to those of the Argentinian military junta of the 1970s.

We clearly have unresolved immigration policy issues. But regardless how we feel such complex issues should be addressed, virtually all of us are…

June 25, 2018

In 1828 — 190 years ago — the Pitt County government purchased 200 acres of land from my great-great-great grandfather. Its name today is “The County Home Complex,” which in October 2017 — 189 years later — received national recognition by the…

June 24, 2018

Several weeks ago I submitted a letter here situating stormwater as a “gorilla” of a challenge. Let’s be crystal clear. Unaddressed stormwater infrastructure equals flooding. At the last City Council meeting, 50-60 citizens showed up expressing concern about what this council…

June 23, 2018

Two of the most liberal papers in our country, The New York Times and The Washington Post are frequently used by The Daily Reflector to provide replacement editorials. The DR also uses many of their columnists spewing forth their hate. However, one of the Washington Post’s contributing…

June 23, 2018

With all the media following the illegal immigration/child separation problem, I find it unbelievable how not only the media are exploiting this "story" but the politicians as well.  You see, here in the USA we have children who are wrongly separated from their parents by the Department of…

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