TONIGHT AT 10PM ON MSNBC the Republican mayor of Belhaven will be back on The Last Word discussing the need for Medicaid expansion.
GOP mayor: Expand Medicaid or ‘more will die’
A mayor in NC tells fellow Republicans, “You can’t let hospitals close and people die to prove a point.” Ari Melber talks to Rev. William Barber and Jonathan Gruber. (Source: Read more)
I dare you to ask yourself how have the laws this ignant ass Republican lead NC General Assembly affected you?
If you are a hard working person in the workplace, in the education field or whatever your job title may be, how have the laws affected you?
If you are unemployed, how have the laws affected you?
And one hint, if you you have not been affected please respond and know that your day just may come because you could become unemployed. So let’s hear about the now from both categories above and if you should switch categories, this is what you can look forward to.
Raleigh, N.C. — The House voted Wednesday to repeal and replace the Common Core academic standards in North Carolina schools, and a Senate committee advanced its own legislation advocating repeal.
Common Core standards for math and English were developed by state and nonprofit leaders, and they have been embraced by President Barack Obama’s Education Department and adopted by 44 states. In North Carolina, the standards are backed by the North Carolina Chamber, the state’s largest business group. (Source: Read more)
The Political Agitator Response: Again I ask is it worth all of this? Why not just let it go and move on? I understand Bibbs passion and interest in running for a political office. I have advised many friends on their timing for running and some listened and some didn’t, those who did, did the right thing and those who didn’t ran and lost. Well my question still is, where is Bibbs so-called friends because obviously they ain’t his real friends. I just asked my good friend George Fisher 2 days ago had he seen or heard from Bibbs.
Attorney Mark Bibbs’ suit against the city of Wilson is still pending and an election complaint about his Douglas Street residency has been withdrawn.
Wilson residents David Speight and George Leach filed a complaint with the Wilson County Board of Elections in April challenging Bibbs’ residency at 105 Douglas St. On May 19, two weeks after the Democratic primary, Speight and Leach withdrew their complaint, said Rena Morris, Wilson County Board of Elections director.
“The two gentlemen that filed the complaint have withdrawn it,” Morris said.
Bibbs made an unsuccessful bid for House District 24 in the May 6 primary against Rep. Jean Farmer-Butterfield. Bibbs claims that questions about his residency and the timing of a failed March property inspection played a major role in him losing the race. (Source: Read more)
It’s official – Donald Sterling is selling the Clippers.
An attorney on behalf of the embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner announced Wednesday Sterling and his estranged wife/co-owner Shelly Sterling reached a deal with the NBA to sell the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for a record $2 billion plus various additional benefits. (Source: Read more)