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"I have stood up to the president and my party when it's right for North Carolina, noting she supports building the Keystone XL pipeline and has opposed trade deals sought by the administration.Tillis was quoted as saying at a state Republican convention in 2011 that members of a state teachers' association don't care about children or classrooms — only about jobs and pensions. Hagan told the TV audience accusing Tillis of cutting education by $500 million and giving tax breaks to wealthy individuals while leading the North Carolina House. "And his priorities even speak louder than his words."
Tillis recalled Hagan's comments from her successful 2008 campaign, when she criticized GOP incumbent Elizabeth Dole for having voted 92 percent of the time with then-President George W. Bush. And yet, he said, Hagan has sided with Obama 95 percent. "Kay 1.0, Kay 2.0," he said unflatteringly, adding, "At the end of the day we need to say what we mean." http://www.newsobserver
Looking back at Notre Dame's win over North Carolina in South Bend yesterday. Discussing offensive line issues, the performance of the defense, and much much more.
As we inch closer by the day to the most electrifying and energetic 3 weeks in all of sports, the #1 team in the country Kentucky Wildcats continue their quest to exceed excellence and chase perfection, standing in their way is only 3 more games of the regular season prior to entering SEC conference tournament play. A chance to make history and put their very own stamp on the college basketball landscape is merely the main objective and most common goal in Lexington that has seen so many great teams come and go, but to hang banners and only banners, has UK's sights set on a much bigger picture... The 2015 NCAA national championship. The road to a perfect 40-0 undefeated season continues...
John is joined by Dan and Jared to discuss all things Syracuse basketball -- from this week's loss to UNC, to the team's diminishing NCAA Tournament hopes. Plus, beer.
Judge Mark Davis is currently sitting on the second highest court of North Carolina. Having been appointed to the North Carolina Court of Appeals by Governor Perdue, Judge Davis is looking to keep his seat for a full term.
Mark Davis is part of a group that calls themselves Fair Judges for North Carolina. Though Judge Davis cannot delve into any issues that could come before him at the North Carolina Court of Appeals, we are eager to hear what he has to say about the court and how it affects our daily lives.
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