Saturday, May 21, 2022
Wake County just held their primary elections for North Carolina Republican Party candidates. Fortunately for Wake County Board of Education candidate Chad Stall, North Carolina provides numerous methods if the citizen cannot vote in person.
Why is that important for Chad Stall? He currently faces a trespass order for his own voting location - Douglas Elementary School. He's legally not allowed on the property - to vote or even campaign at his own precinct.
How did Chad Stall vote? He voted during the early voting period.
Sunday, January 30, 2022
Let's review content expressed by Jim Goodmon's Capitol Broadcasting Company's editorial:
"Berating, belittling, cursing and threatening. Seeing and hearing it from audiences has become all-too-common at local government meetings – particularly at local school boards.
It is the kind of behavior we’re sure -- if any of those speakers saw it on a visit to a public school among students or teachers – would ignite justifiable shock and concern for decorum and safety."
"... many who speak at public meetings are belligerent and threatening toward the elected to local board and commission members as well as to the professional administrators and even classroom teachers."
We'll take the bait and accept Goodmon/WRAL's standard for proper decorum at public meetings.
We'll also go down memory lane to 2010 ...