‘Digital Dollar’ super creepy | Big Brother wants to track all spending [Part 1]

By Michael Snyder www.endoftheamericandream.com WASHINGTON, DC – Are you ready for the government to monitor what you buy and sell on a daily basis? Because that is what could happen if you start using the new “digital dollar” that they are now testing. Of course using the new “digital dollar” would be voluntary at first, but what if it eventually becomes mandatory? The use of physical currency continues to decline year after year, and some governments in Europe have already taken radical measures to phase out the use of cash. Many among the elite consider digital currencies to be the key to a wh…

Extensive bridge re-build on Hwy. 55 includes on-site detour

MERRITT – The bridge to be replaced spans Trent Creek, which is a tributary of Bay River. Originally constructed in 1960, the bridge is nearing the end of its service life, and according to state highway officials, a new one is required. To get the job done, the N.C. Department of Transportation awarded S.T. Wooten Corp. of Wilson a $5.7 million contract in July. To minimize traffic disruptions, part of the bid pays for a temporary crossing, which started construction in early September alongside the existing bridge. However, as regular motorists will attest, this has been no easy feat. Clea…

Air Show in New Bern Don’t Miss This – Nov.26

UNION POINT PARK – We commend city officials. This free event is an entertaining one-hour exclamation point for a weekend full of Thanksgiving festivities. The fun starts promptly at 4:30pm on Saturday. Many thanks to AeroShell Aerobatic Team, Ultimate Air Shows, and GhostWriter Airshows. As in previous years, the event will be narrated by an AeroShell team member on the ground who has the ability to talk to the pilots in real-time while they’re up in the air!…

Give Thanks, says Woodmen Life

Grantsboro – WoodmenLife members from the Pamlico County Chapter #449, along with area representative Bob Kenward (at far right), recently conducted a local beautification project as part of their “Giving Together” endeavor. The chosen location was the Pamlico County Community College informational sign.…

Drug arrest in local retailer’s parking lot

CARTERET COUNTY, NC (November 23, 2022) – A Newport man was arrested in the parking lot of a local retailer following a report of possible drug activity Tuesday, November 22. Carteret County Sheriff’s Office Crime Suppression Unit was conducting undercover surveillance of the parking lot area of Walmart, located at 300 NC-24, Morehead City, when deputies located two suspicious vehicles in the back corner of the parking lot area. Deputies identified one of the occupants as Nathan Carl Potter, 36, of Newport, who is on active probation. Deputies approached the vehicles and made contact wit…

Good Guy with Gun Saved Lives Mainstream Media ignored story

Following are excerpts of an article written by Charles L. Cotton, President of the National Rifle Association of America, published in the November 2022 issue of American Rifleman, quoted with permission of the publisher. A good guy with a gun stopping a bad guy with a gun is not a rare event, regardless of what anti-Second Amendment types would have you believe. We rarely hear of these good guys because legacy-media-outlets-turned-propaganda-mills simply don’t report such events; it doesn’t fit their agenda. Even when legacy-media outlets feel forced to report on a good guy saving thei…

Early Voting Starts Oct. 20th

BALLOT BOX – A new poll from East Carolina University of likely general election voters gives Republican Ted Budd a 50 to 44 percent edge over Democrat Cheri Beasley. The latest poll on North Carolina’s critical U.S. Senate race this year also shows that 5 percent of the electorate remains undecided three weeks out from the election. The results show momentum in Budd’s direction compared to other recent polling. A Civitas poll from September showed the race a statistical dead heat — 44 percent support for each candidate. The WRAL-TV poll – released around the same time – gave Budd a 43 to 42 perce…

Feds Stockpile Drug for ‘Radiation Sickness’

Editor’s note: This report comes from a recent press release issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. WASHINGTON, DC – As part of long-standing, ongoing efforts to be better prepared to save lives following radiological and nuclear emergencies, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is purchasing a supply of the drug Nplate from Amgen USA Inc. Nplate is approved to treat blood cell injuries that accompany acute radiation syndrome in adult and pediatric patients. A mgen, based in Thousands Oaks, CA, developed Nplate for acute radiation syndrome with suppor t fr…

American Medical Association Wants Feds to Censor Critics of “Gender Surgeries”

October 3, 2022 The Honorable Merrick Garland Attorney General U.S. Department of Justice 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20530 Dear Attorney General Garland, On behalf of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Medical Association, and the Children’s Hospital Association, collectively representing more than 270,000 physicians and more than 220 children’s hospitals across the country, we write to urge you to investigate the organizations, individuals, and entities coordinating, provoking, and carrying out bomb threats and threats of personal violence a…

Democrats continue ‘Inflation Reduction Act’ deception

By Dexter Liu USA ECONOMY – In advance of the mid-term elections the NC Democrats issued a press release touting Biden’s “accomplishments” – highlighting positive results from the passage of the “Inflation Reduction Act.” Titled “New Toyota EV Investment Highlights President Biden’s Work to Bring Back Manufacturing Jobs,” stated that Toyota plans to double its investment in a Triad-based plant to boost electric vehicle (EV) production.  Governor Cooper had announced that Toyota will build its first North American battery plant in Randolph County and the new Democrat legislation is…