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Chinese batteries installed at Camp Lejeune during Obama years

CAMP LEJEUNE – Congressman Greg Murphy (R-NC) issued the following statement in response to his meeting Monday with representatives of Duke Energy after reports revealed the usage of Chinese batteries on Camp Lejeune: “I was recently informed that in 2014…

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Part 3 of Three: How America Took Out Nord Stream Pipeline

By Seymour Hersh Editor’s note: Mr. Hersh is a Pulitzer Prize winner. He is a journalist of impeccable credentials, known for breaking many stories over the course of his long career. He now writes for the news website substack.com. We…

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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…

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Reactors (small & safe) provide Cheap Ener

When I was working as an electronic engineer for the Arizona Highway Patrol in the mid-1970s, the State of Arizona sent me to a seminar to learn project planning. The instructor asked the class to tell him if we knew…

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LOBBYISTS PUSH ‘GREEN NEW DEAL’ ON LEGISLATORS

By John Droz Jr. | News Commentary RALEIGH – Should Solar Lobbyists Dictate NC Energy Policy?  When the Green New Deal was first introduced by left-wing extremists, it was soundly (and rightly) criticized as being technically, economically, and environmentally unscientific…

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Governor’s nominee to lead state agency fumbles confirmation hearing

Issue: Only one pipeline for natural gas Office of State Sen. Phil Berger RALEIGH – If Gov. Cooper doesn’t withdraw his nominee to lead the Department of Environmental Quality, the North Carolina Senate will vote to reject her – the…

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Never missed a payment!

Utility in Bridgeton pays off original $1.25 million loan BRIDGETON – First Craven Sanitary District is a Sanitary District government created and established by the North Carolina Commission for Health Services, Department of Human Resources on May 6, 1978. The…

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Things Crazy Enough for You Yet? | Gas Shortage

Sometimes small operations can scramble faster than the big boys! That seemed to be the case Wednesday morning when tiny Oriental Mini Mart stayed busy pumping while the major chains shrouded handles with dreaded plastic bags. Hit with a ‘ransomware’…

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Second in a two-part report | Expert suggests partial remedies for a Wi-Fi world

Editor’s note: Arapahoe resident Gordon Allison is a former electrical engineer with Motorola. You’ll seldom see him using a cell phone because he understands the inherent dangers of RF radiation.  Last week, we looked at the dangers of radio frequency…

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