Now that the NCAA is bouncing back to North Carolina, Texas leaders are ready to get the ball rolling on their own privacy act.
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It was a buzzer-beating shot, but when legislators tried to appease the NCAA, no one in North Carolina won. The “fake repeal” of HB 2 (as liberals called it), was — as far as most people were concerned — worse than doing nothing.
Thursday, the North Carolina General Assembly repealed the controversial HB 2, commonly known as the “bathroom law.” Lawmakers had been under horrendous pressure from Left-leaning influences since its passage more than a year ago.
This week, the NCAA ratcheted up the pressure on North Carolina lawmakers to repeal HB 2, “the bathroom law.” The collegiate sports group has laid down a clear ultimatum.
The good news for NC is becoming repetitive, but based on the latest business reports, HB 2 might have been the best thing that happened to the state!
Certain lawmakers in the North Carolina General Assembly are in a tizzy to reach a compromise on HB 2 to satisfy the NCAA, and other sports entities. They’re concerned North Carolina will lose tens of millions of dollars.
The boycott North Carolina bandwagon has a new rider: the NAACP. Some far-Left groups are still trying to inflict pain on the states that listened to voters and protected privacy.
Just in time to bring some holiday cheer to America, the New York Times editorial board is crying over the failure of North Carolina lawmakers to repeal H.B. 2.
In North Carolina, plenty of voters are wondering if election fraud and hijinks are taking place in the hotly-contested race for governor.
30 to 40 years ago, if there was an alcohol referendum on the ballot in some city or town in North Carolina, nearly every mainline church would join forces to defeat it.
If you care about the freedom to disagree in America, keep your eyes on the gubernatorial election in the Tar Heel State. In “North Carolina governor could lose election over bathroom bill,” Dana Milbank writes.
A similar talent is needed to read the New York Times these days — especially an editorial about North Carolina’s “bathroom protection bill,” House Bill 2.
Democratic voters commit crimes and murders over fictional injustices. Do you think America will find a simple resolution to this? Not a chance. Violence and evil are the new normal.
It all started this week with the decisions by the NCAA and the ACC to move their championship games out of North Carolina in protest of HB 2.
The President of the NCAA, on behalf of the Board of Directors, has released an announcement that they are boycotting North Carolina because of North Carolina’s law.
And as long as the NCAA, the NBA, the NFL and other organizations like them decide to attack honorable people, painting them as bigots, you should not spend another dime supporting them.
NCAA officials recently announced they are removing multiple postseason athletic events from North Carolina. Will Christian colleges unite and fight back or will they surrender like American Christians normally do?
North Carolina hasn’t bowed to the cultural bullies yet — but that hasn’t stopped the NCAA from trying! Months after the state legislature passed H.B. 2, liberals are still trying to punish Governor Pat McCrory.
The Brody File has learned that organizers with the influential American Renewal Project will meet this week in Dallas to plan a massive, “Get Out the Vote” effort aimed at mobilizing pastors and their evangelical congregations.
“Supporting Hillary is like being with an abusive ex, one that you already know left you broken and wounded. At this point, give the new guy a chance.” — Antioch Road to Glory International Ministries on Voting for Trump
North Carolina has taken a stand for common sense, for safety, and for privacy, yet the NBA is punishing the state for protecting its residents, announcing that it will pull next year’s All Star game from Charlotte.
If North Carolina’s HB 2 law, commonly known as “the bathroom bill” isn’t repealed or remains significantly unchanged, the game would have to be moved from Charlotte.
It wasn’t enough for the NBA to slap players with stiff fines for making “anti-gay” comments, especially after a well-known NBA ref came out as gay.
Compromise, compromise, compromise. Over the years, we’ve seen so much of it and heard so many calls for it by some on the “Right”; it’s nauseating.
Twenty-sixteen was supposed to be many things — but the Year of the Bathroom? America has the president and his party to thank for that, as they squander their remaining months ascending a different kind of throne.
North Carolina is doubling down. It is not going to be intimidated by the out of control Obama Department of Justice on the so-called bathroom bills.
The U.S. Department of Justice sent a threatening letter to the governor of North Carolina. They have threatened to withhold all school funding unless the governor surrenders and promises to allow all men entrance into women’s bathrooms.
The politically correct winds are being blown by Leftists toward Christians and those who hold to traditional values. And with the hot air from elitist pie-holes, come threats of boycotts.
The Obama administration may be going to battle with North Carolina, but the state’s congressional delegation is going to bat for it.
A few weeks ago, a coalition of groups opposed to HB 2, North Carolina’s common sense “bathroom bill,” rallied outside the State Capitol Building.