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March 09, 2022

Son Of "Proud White Nationalist" Ray Myers Confesses To Stealing Campaign Yard Signs In Forney - Dallas Observer

Even after the Texas midterm primaries came and went, stories from the campaign season just keep getting stranger. A former Kaufman County justice of the peace, the son of a self-proclaimed “proud white nationalist” political activist from North Texas, admitted to law enforcement last week that he stole yard signs set up by the campaign of a candidate for district attorney there, inForney.com...
March 08, 2022

Check out who is running for which office the Piedmont Triad - WGHP FOX8 Greensboro

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) – Although many incumbents in elections across the Piedmont Triad will return to office for another term without even having to sweat a campaign, some of the Triad’s longest-serving leaders will have work to do if they want another four years in office. Candidate filing ended on Friday, and, after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to intervene on the congressional map ap...
March 08, 2022

Here's who has qualified for the 2022 elections so far - Forsyth County News Online

Candidates have made their campaigns official for several seats representing Forsyth County voters. Qualifying for local party candidates and non-partisan candidates in the May 24 general primary and nonpartisan general election and independent candidates running in the Nov. 8 general election was held the week of Monday, March 7 through Friday, March 11, and brought candidates for seats at f...
March 07, 2022

The 2022 Law Power 100 - City & State

The legal minds influencing New York City and state politics. David Dee Delgado / Stringer New York is the capital of the legal industry. The state has the greatest number of lawyers per 1,000 residents in the country, and a high demand for legal services. Many of the country’s largest and most prestigious law firms – with practices spanning the globe – are based in Manhattan. Many of the na...
March 07, 2022

The 2022 Construction Power 75 - cityandstatepa.com

City & State There are precious few industries whose effect on our daily lives can be felt, seen and experienced more than construction. The roads we drive on, the bridges we cross, the malls we shop in, the places we live, the skylines we love – all are tangible examples of the impact the construction industry has had and continues to have in Pennsylvania. Despite being hampered and, at ...
March 02, 2022

Williamsport cop sues again over being bypassed for promotion to top posts - PennLive

WILLIAMSPORT -- A veteran Williamsport police officer who has a federal lawsuit over being bypassed for promotions has filed a second one, claiming it happened again despite being the most qualified. Lt. Steven Helm’s suit filed Wednesday in Lycoming County court focuses on him not being promoted to assistant chief last May but lists other times he was bypassed for chief or assistant chief. H...
March 02, 2022

REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL COUN - Mitchell Republic | News, weather, sports from Mitchell South Dakota - Mitchell Republic

REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL MITCHELL, SOUTH DAKOTA February 22, 2022 6:00 P.M. PRESENT: Dan Allen, Marty Barington, Kevin McCardle, Steve Rice, Dan Sabers, Jeffrey Smith, Susan Tjarks ABSENT: John Doescher PRESIDING: Mayor Bob Everson AGENDA: Mayor Everson added an Executive Session 1-25-2(3) Legal to the agenda. Moved by Rice, seconded by McCardle, to appro...
March 01, 2022

Feehery: The end of innocence | TheHill - The Hill

As President Biden climbs stiffly up the podium to deliver his State of the Union address, I will be thinking of the lyrics Don Henley first penned about former President Reagan: O’ Beautiful, for spacious skies/But now those skies are threatening/They’re beating plowshares into swords/For this tired old man that we elected king/Armchair warriors often fail/And we’ve been poisoned by these fa...
February 27, 2022

OPINION: Biden's Cuban Missle Crisis - The Richmond Observer

Joe Biden's perverse legacy, if that term even applies anymore, may well be determined in the coming weeks by his handling of events in Ukraine. He can improve it by showing restraint against the relentless neoconservative chorus. One wonders what the results of a pure popular vote on the question of going to war with Russia over Ukraine would be, versus a vote solely within the D.C. beltway....