No law is really law in the Tarheel State until it’s been ruled on by at least three judges. Or so it seems. This time, it’s the state’s latest version of a voter ID law that has been blocked from implementation.
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I drove a few hundred miles to trade my two youngest children for a generator, gasoline, and 3 Walmart bag of batteries and various illumination devices. Though it might sound like the plot to the next Mad Max movie, I deemed it a responsible parenting decision.
I’ve been reading Rob Christensen’s The Paradox of Tar Heel Politics, a book that I started a while back but didn’t pick up again until recently. I’ve just finished the section on North Carolina’s...