Gov. Pat McCrory has only been in office for a little over a year, but it seems that he’s had more media coverage than the previous two Democrat administrations combined. Not surprisingly, the coverage has been overwhelmingly negative. Apparently felony pleas and prison sentences aren’t very interesting when Democrats are involved, but when a Republican governor takes a breather with an innocent game of catch, that’s enough of a scandal to get the presses rolling.
It has been said you are entitled to your own opinion, but not your own facts. Gary Parker’s letter of Feb. 16 cited 9 million people as signing up for Obamacare!
Those of us who grew up in the second half of the last century were made familiar with terms like “fallout shelter,” “Sputnik,” “missile silos,” “DEW Line” and “WACS.”
There were plenty of THUMBS UP to go around Tuesday night during the YMCA of High Point’s annual meeting held at the Hartley Drive YMCA.
A mysterious surprise two weeks ago makes me feel grateful and more like a real veteran.
My High Point University student teacher, Katherine Haynes, has instituted “Motivational Mondays” with my classes at Pilot.
Loud cheers rose from a crowd of hundreds at High Point University on Tuesday night. But the roar from these folks came in support of neither the university men’s nor women’s basketball teams, which are playing some of their best basketball as they enter Big South Tournament play this week.
One of the biggest reasons why people don’t have health insurance is due to job change. Either the person loses coverage because they are recently unemployed, or they’re waiting for the new coverage to kick in.