Tag Archives: North Carolina

Teaching of Critical Race Theory in Schools is Unconstitutional

by Diane Rufino, September 14, 2021 North Carolina’s Public Enemy #1, Governor Roy Cooper, has done it again….  He has vetoed H.B. 324 (“Ensuring Dignity & Nondiscrimination/Schools”), which would have prohibited the teaching of Critical Race Theory in North Carolina … Continue reading

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My Letter to All North Carolina Democrat State Senators (Expressing Disappointment in Their Party-Line Vote of the NC “Anti-CRT” Bill)

by Diane Rufino, August 28, 2021 I wanted to share the letter that I wrote and sent to ALL state Democrat Senators today, expressing my great disappointment in their party-line vote against H.B. 324 (North Carolina’s “anti-CRT” bill): Hello NC … Continue reading

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My Letter to NC Senators Asking Them to Vote in Favor of H.B. 324 (the “Anti-CRT” bill)

Today, I wrote letters to our North Carolina state senators, asking them to vote in favor of H.B. 324, which, as I understand it, will prevent the teaching of Critical Race Theory in NC public schools.  This is what I … Continue reading

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North Carolina Needs an Audit and Here’s Why

The following article (“North Carolina Needs an Audit and Here’s Why”) was written by my friend Marcus Karachun and published in Big League Politics on July 28. [ https://bigleaguepolitics.com/north-carolina-needs-an-audit-and-heres-why/ ] Democrats continuously harp about how the 2020 election was somehow … Continue reading

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A DECLARATION Opposing the Teaching of Critical Race Theory (CRT) in North Carolina Public Schools

by Diane Rufino, May 10, 2021 I propose, and have written, the following DECLARATION – “A DECLARATION Opposing the Teaching of Critical Race Theory in North Carolina Public Schools.” It is based on my article “CRITICAL RACE THEORY: What It … Continue reading

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A RESOLUTION to Oppose the Teaching of Critical Race Theory (CRT) in North Carolina Public Schools

by Diane Rufino, May 7, 2021 I propose, and have written, the following Resolution – “A RESOLUTION to Oppose the Teaching of Critical Race Theory in North Carolina Public Schools.” It is based on my article “CRITICAL RACE THEORY: What … Continue reading

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A Proposed State Sovereignty Resolution (“A Re-Declaration of Independence”) for North Carolina

by Diane Rufino, March 15, 2021 I propose the following State Sovereignty Resolution, or one similar to it, for my state of North Carolina. It is based on the themes addressed in my article “A RE-DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE” and aimed … Continue reading

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A Few Suggestions to Those Who Represent Us in the North Carolina General Assembly

by Diane Rufino, February 1, 2021 Government is best and most responsive to the individual when it is closest to them. We’re talking about the local, the county, and even the state level. This is where the individual and his … Continue reading

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Democrats Try to Clear Path to Cheat at the Ballot Box in North Carolina

(This excellent photo comes from the Reclaimtheamericandream.org site) by Diane Rufino, January 4, 2020 Check out the article posted on January 2 in the Carolina Journal about the ongoing status of our NC Voter ID law. [“NC Attorney General Won’t … Continue reading

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Redistricting in North Carolina: Democrats Find New Avenue of Attack Against Republicans

by Diane Rufino, September 29, 2019 We’ve been hearing a lot about “redistricting” lately. In fact, we heard that a state court invalidated two of the popularly-mandated (that is, approved by voters in 2016) amendments to the state constitution (the … Continue reading

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