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Moral Mondays, Page 5

#MoralMondays and Media Bias: A Match Made in Raleigh

The steamed, er, esteemed Rev. William Barber (D-NC NAACP) officially kicked off “Moral Mondays” on April 29th, and as we get ready to head into our 7th Moral Monday march (there was no protest on May 27 due to the Memorial Day holiday) now is as good a time as any to provide a primer of sorts on how Moral Mondays are being reported on by what some have for years called our “state-run media.” However, since the state is now firmly in the hands of the Republican Party, it can’t really credibly be called “state-run media” anymore so for purposes of discussion we’ll just call it our left leaning NC mainstream media.  Specifically, the area conservatives look at as the base for Democrat-flavored news is Raleigh and surrounding/nearby cities like Durham, Chapel Hill, and Greensboro......   [Read More]

Respected local journalist: Are NC Democrats taking hyperbole too far?

The Greensboro News and Record’s Travis Fain is a respected journalist here in North Carolina who covers state and national government issues, and he wrote a great piece a couple of days ago questioning the heightened level of hyperbole and rhetoric that has been used by state Democrats and affiliated liberal special interest groups over the past couple of years:.....   [Read More]