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Moral Monday Price Tag Grows – Now at $10 Billion

As more information becomes available about the demands of the “Moral Monday” protestors, and their leaders in the state chapter of the NAACP, the price tag for their wish list grows exponentially. Estimates now reach an eye-popping $10 billion to pay for … Continue reading

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How Much Will the “Moral Monday” Protestors’ Demands Cost You?

The Evil known as Rev. Barber The “Moral Monday” protestors, led by the state chapter of the NAACP, have a list of demands that, if implemented, would cost North Carolina taxpayers nearly $3 billion dollars now. That figure would likely … Continue reading

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There Is Nothing Moral about Theft

Although no one wants to admit it, it is still true: there are more of them than us. You can label it as “producers” and “looters” or pick another label. The fact is that people are easily misled. The bottom … Continue reading

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NAACP pushes Gov. McCrory to reverse course on Medicaid and unemployment

The so-called “Moral Monday” movement is back. The NAACP and other protesters made a fresh push Tuesday for Governor Pat McCrory and Republican lawmakers to reverse their decision to block Medicaid expansion and cut unemployment benefits. Despite the new demands, … Continue reading

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Mountain Moral Monday education petition

Using the numbers and years in the video, all but $90 million would be due to inflation. David DeGerolamo h/t Randy D

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MoveOn Members Rally in North Carolina Today Over Cuts to Unemployment Benefits, Voter ID Bill, and Extreme Abortion Bill

BY STEFANIE FAUCHER. THURSDAY, JULY 11 2013 Today, led by North Carolina resident Shawn Trimble, MoveOn members gathered at North Carolina’s Capitol building to deliver a petition with more than 11,000 signature to members of the legislature and Governor McCrory asking … Continue reading

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Immoral Monday Arrests

  Another 101 people were arrested on July 15, 2013 at the general assembly. The people are now being bused in from across the state. Two buses from Buncombe County (Asheville) were sponsored by their Democrat Party. As the protests … Continue reading

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Immoral Monday Madness – Part 5

Rev. Mark Thompson discusses why he is in Raleigh for Moral Monday. Strange that he does not credit the Lord for his appearance. He wants people to use their power instead of having faith in God to achieve justice. Did … Continue reading

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Immoral Monday Madness – Part 4

Bob Hall and Rev. Barber

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Immoral Monday Madness – Part 3

Fracking in North Carolina

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Immoral Monday Madness – Part 2

Education – That Ain’t Right

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Immoral Monday Madness – Part 1

Rev. Barber: “We Have to Fight All the Time”

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Immoral Monday

I just returned from the General Assembly in Raleigh, North Carolina where the Rev. Barber’s Moral Monday rally reached over 1000 people. I am working on videos tonight but a few thoughts first: 1. The numbers of these rallies are … Continue reading

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Police: 120 arrested in largest Moral Monday protest yet

State Capitol Police said 120 people were arrested Monday following the largest NAACP-led demonstration yet against the policies of the Republican-controlled North Carolina legislature. The eighth week of what the civil rights group calls “Moral Mondays” brought the number of … Continue reading

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More than 80 arrested at NC NAACP demonstrations

North Carolina Republicans are pushing back harder against weekly protests as another group of demonstrators aligned with the state NAACP face police charges. Many in the group of 84 people arrested Monday at the state legislature were clergy who say … Continue reading

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