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  • Mel Myers
    commented 2021-03-03 23:26:49 -0500
    Hello there!

    This is Melcia and I am a professional photographer and illustrator.

    I was confused, mildly speaking, when I saw my images at your website. If you use a copyrighted image without an owner’s consent, you’d better know that you could be sued by the creator.

    It’s unlawful to use stolen images and it’s so wicked!

    Take a look at this document with the links to my images you used at and my earlier publications to obtain the evidence of my copyrights.

    Download it now and check this out for yourself:

    If you don’t remove the images mentioned in the file above within the next several days, I’ll file a complaint against you to your hosting provider letting them know that my copyrights have been severely infringed and I am trying to protect my intellectual property.

    And if it doesn’t help, you may be pretty damn sure I am going to take it to court! And I will not bother myself to let you know of it in advance.
  • Mel Miller
    commented 2021-02-24 22:58:00 -0500

    This is Melynda and I am a certified photographer and illustrator.

    I was discouraged, mildly speaking, when I came across my images at your web-site. If you use a copyrighted image without an owner’s approval, you must be aware that you could be sued by the creator.

    It’s illegal to use stolen images and it’s so сheap!

    Here is this document with the links to my images you used at and my earlier publications to obtain the evidence of my ownership.

    Download it right now and check this out for yourself:

    If you don’t remove the images mentioned in the document above during the next couple of days, I’ll file a complaint against you to your hosting provider letting them know that my copyrights have been severely infringed and I am trying to protect my intellectual property.

    And if it is not enough, trust me I am going to report and sue you! And I won’t give you a prior notice again.
  • Elzaray Hatter
    commented 2021-02-21 14:05:33 -0500
    Dear Wake County Young Republicans,

    I just moved here from Roanoke, VA, where I was starting to volunteer for the local GOP committee chairman. I’m new to the GOP and just volunteering for a political party in general. I would love to get involved but I’m ignorant on the processes/procedures involved. I’m open on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays for anything you might need.


    Elzaray Hatter
  • Christian Green
    commented 2021-02-01 11:44:52 -0500
  • Brycen Williams
    commented 2021-01-30 11:18:19 -0500
    2020 In Review, an Essay

    It has already been a year and it seems like everyone’s used to the new way of doing things.

    We experienced wartime-like shelter-in-place orders, curfews and travel restrictions. By now, I can’t remember the last time I left my house without that specific, government-required article of clothing. Regardless of our preferences and individual circumstances that may warrant risk, we all became the government’s children. It was because of the virus, at first, then because of race protests, then because of election turmoil. Odd it is that this level of parenting was nonexistent in living memory, and now, on three separate grounds in 2020.

    As the dust settles, only one party seems to remain happy. The government. Stronger and more familiar than ever. We feel our government all the time. We pat our pockets for our masks before leaving; we check the time for curfew; we count heads for gathering limits; we stand on stickers six feet apart; we see stores closing and storefronts vacant. While we wait for our freedom to return, we’re more focused on our stimulus money. All the while, the government is getting comfortable in our lives, becoming a business partner to each one of us, like an angel investor.

    Some of us dislike authority more than others. Some feel a difference between voluntarily choosing a path and walking down it at gunpoint. Some don’t mind it, so long as it’s the right path. Regardless, the choice was never ours; neither ours nor our legislative representatives’. Not one of the mandates of 2020 was voted on. That is worth repeating: all of the 2020 mandates implicate the Bill of Rights, and not one of which was voted on. Had they been, they may have passed, but they weren’t.

    We accept the vacant storefronts in exchange for stimulus checks. There is plenty of Facebook excitement for $600 each, but not one post, in my feed at least, concerned for our future selves who will have to pay for it. While spending trillions and while closing our businesses, our leaders pitch us the idea of writing off trillions in valuable income — its student loan receipts. That increase in spending and that reduction in income is a double-whammy that is not possible to reconcile. All paths lead to higher taxes and, ultimately, to more involuntary reliance on our highly leveraged angel investor.

    Our social media apps learn everything about us. From the information we voluntarily provide, to our apps’ active listening features (which are “ON” by default), and then to the cookies and pixels that track our online activity, the data-collection industry has more data on us than anyone realizes. That data churns through machine-learning algorithms (this is true) which in turn generates advertisements for products we somehow genuinely want but don’t even realize exist yet.

    They have sufficient numbers of data points on us to create a constellation of each person’s exact identity.

    The same algorithms are in the hands of our media, every incentive of which is to provoke; and provoke they do. They provoke us more, and more capably, than we realize. But it’s not only our media that use this new industry; our political parties employ it as well. They game theory our attention spans and passions rather than persuade our intellect. No longer are we the respectable electorate, but the ultimate game.

    If you’ve tried to hide from the media at times, you’ll know you cannot. It only leaves you uninformed of the updated mandate and latest emergency. On the other hand, if you watch the media, you see reporters grandstanding for viewership everywhere. Nowhere do they trust you with the raw un-colorful facts. They oxygenate only surface facts while baking their viewpoint into their premise, as though it’s a matter of record. It slips past everyone barring the few that do a double take. But by the time a controversy is made of it, the two sides are living in two different worlds.

    We consume more media than ever. So much so that the news media now competes for viewership with entertainment. We gobble up this clickbait, the smut that it is, and feel proud as we do so. We’re “staying informed,” we feel. It never occurs to us that it feels more like reading tabloid gossip than it does the feeling of grinding work, which it is to learn actual knowledge.

    Completely unseen this year was any respect for the individual. The Sovereign Individual used to be held sacred by public sentiment. But today, more worried is everybody about what one side’s narrative would cause upon the other, and whether one side’s averments warrant trigger warnings, safe spaces, or de-platforming. It’s the opposite of the respect for the individual: it’s more top-down parental-like protections for our own good.

    It is a strange phenomenon to observe, particularly in response to emergencies of the social nature, that our otherwise intellectually rigorous minds shut off their scrutiny mechanisms. Instead, it’s all about urgency and immediacy. We don’t have time to debate efficacy or limiting principles. We only have time to be in favor and to back the good guys. If you pause, you’re a bigot against whoever the beneficiary is.

    We are told that we, in our minds — in yours, mine, ours; the sacred minds of the individuals — are unconsciously biased, so much so that it manifests in our individual behaviors and is implicit in our systems. No matter how color-bind we actually are, we act based on race without even knowing it. Unconscious bias retraining (and other types of thought re-training) now exist in schools, in public employers, and in boardrooms throughout the West. That we so easily condemn the Re-Education Camps implemented in the Soviet Union but that we so willingly entertain the “implicit bias” doctrine thrusted upon us sends me into a level of cognitive dissonance I don’t know what to do with. It is “playing with fire,” from a historical perspective.

    Being dictated your own thoughts, and that you are thinking them without even knowing you’re thinking them, and all by somebody you’ve never even met, should offend you, and offend you to your core. Instead, we accept it as though it were a matter of record — like it must be an established tenant of the psychology literature. In reality, it is the mere hypothesis of a 1998 research paper, which was inconclusive on his face, and which is coddled by its peers out of their fear of being “cancelled”. It is by no means mainstream or generally accepted. But that doesn’t stop the political powers from exploiting it. In my estimation, it is about as established and credible as were Freud’s horribly incorrect theories on homosexuality.

    We’ve come a long way since our origins. As has Western civilization generally. All societies (literally) date back to slavery in one form or another. But only the West was able to abolish it. It discovered Due Process and Individual Sovereignty: two doctrines that defied all odds and human nature, and that were the displays of true miracles by virtue of their mere coming into existence. They, along with democracy, abolished slavery — and eventually created the modern civil rights laws that allow my law partner and I to sue people for different forms of racism. That, too, is worth repeating: we set up our system such that private lawyers financially profit by affirmatively seeking and stomping out racism, as though acting as deputy attorneys general. All amazingly absent of any authoritarianism to speak of. This has never been established by any other civilization, ever.

    All these discoveries made, and all of this ground covered, yet today, we are persuaded not to trust ourselves, notwithstanding our good intentions and open minds. We are persuaded to undergo thought-retraining workshops and, ultimately, to vote for the “good guys.” Nobody ever questions why these seminars are never attended voluntarily, say on Saturdays during our free time, rather they’re only and always attended at the directive of whatever authority the attendee is subject to.

    The year 2020 was horrible. But is the horribleness going to end with a new page on the calendar? The new year started with an angry mob storming the Capital building after their questions were left unanswered. The over-simplified diatribes on Facebook, the snark on Twitter, and the media stoking fire are ongoing. There were the usual suspects on Facebook — the ones we’re all used to wasting their days — but also out from the woodwork came even the quiet ones to make their political-pundit debuts. None of whom seemed to care that the whole city of Washington D.C. was boarded up (including the Capitol building) on November 2nd in anticipation of the same mob activity from the other side. All that is important to the political hacks on Facebook is that it’s an irresistible time to strike. It’s pathetic. The last time I saw humility in a Facebook opinion, I cannot recall. Nor one reflecting a level of effort more than impulsive. All long on self-indulgence, short on wisdom. All alarm-sounding activism, with not one role model or thought leader.

    It’s going to be a long time before this new way reaches any level of stasis.

    This essay was written by Brycen G. Williams, of Raleigh, North Carolina, whom may be contacted by email at [email protected]
  • Steven Bergstrom
    commented 2021-01-28 14:25:21 -0500
    I ran for BOE D8 in 2020. I have not seen much activity when it comes to clubs in the Southern and Eastern parts of the county and I’d like to see what we can do to revive that. When do you meet and is your group currently active?


    Steve Bergstrom
  • Kjerstin Lie
    commented 2020-11-08 13:42:20 -0500
    Hey there! I live in the Raleigh area and have been looking for ways to get more involved in local government and politics. After this weeks election, I feel even more emboldened to help out and lend a hand where I can. Not only that, but I’m hoping to get to know other like-minded people! I’m a writer/marketing consultant full-time, so I can offer some assistance there. But would also be happy to share ideas and support others in whatever way I can! Let me know how I can help and start becoming a part of the group. Much appreciated and chat soon, I hope. -Kj
  • Mel Green
    commented 2020-11-05 23:10:33 -0500
    Hi there!

    This is Melitta and I am a professional photographer and illustrator.

    I was discouraged, to put it nicely, when I came across my images at your website. If you use a copyrighted image without my consent, you should know that you could be sued by the copyrigh owner.

    It’s illicitly to use stolen images and it’s so disgusting!

    Check out this document with the links to my images you used at and my earlier publications to obtain evidence of my legal copyrights.

    Download it now and check this out for yourself:

    If you don’t delete the images mentioned in the document above within the next few days, I’ll write a complaint against you to your hosting provider stating that my copyrights have been infringed and I am trying to protect my intellectual property.

    And if it doesn’t work, you may be pretty damn sure I am going to report and sue you! And I will not bother myself to let you know of it in advance.
  • Kirk Laughead
    commented 2020-11-02 14:45:21 -0500
    Would you believe it if someone told you that a group of Democrat operatives and progressive billionaires got together and conspired to manufacture a presidential impeachment and then actually pulled it off? It’s true, and this is the real story of how they did it.

    Weaponizing Whistleblowers: The Real Story Behind the Impeachment of President Donald Trump, exposes the conspirators and their plan and then walks you through the process they used to perpetrate their manufactured impeachment.

    There are only hours left before the election so it is very important that this story gets out as quickly as possible so that everyone can know how they’ve been manipulated and that if the Democrats win, this behavior will become the norm and will be used to destroy anyone that threatens their grip on power.

    Perhaps if people know about this, then we can fix it and begin the process of coming back together and healing the nation so we can move beyond this shameful episode in our history.
  • Mary DeMilia
    commented 2020-09-19 21:43:38 -0400
    I am contacting for help with a school board candidate in District 2 in Wake County. This is for Greg Hann. His opponent is actively campaining to get rid of resource officers (police). Yes part of the defund the police movement. We need help with poll greaters. This election is so vital because in 1 year Wake County Schools will vote to get ride of police officers. Other school boards across the state will probably copy this idea. Who could help and who should we contact? Thanks.
  • Jacob Boersig
    commented 2020-07-01 19:02:33 -0400
  • Jacob Boersig
    commented 2020-07-01 19:02:15 -0400
  • hallet biran
    commented 2020-04-09 22:45:08 -0400
    I see website and it’s impressive. I wonder if the content or banners advertising options available on your site?

    What will be the price if we would like to put an article on your site?

    Note: Article must not be any text like sponsored or advertise or like that


    Hallet Biran
  • Karen Raines
    commented 2020-02-14 12:35:57 -0500
    As a Field Organizer for the Victory 2020 campaign, I need several conservative individuals for various opportunities now and in the coming months to help ensure Republicans’ victories all up and down the ballot through door-knocking walks, phone banking, and setting up voter registration drives in the North Raleigh area. I can provide a letter of recommendation for those who serve in any of those capacities. Our success in November depends on your participation. Please contact me to get started today!
  • Sally Park
    commented 2019-08-16 11:04:00 -0400
    I would like to work at the polls.
  • Eric Rose
    commented 2019-06-04 17:13:00 -0400

    This note is to inform you of a new conservative website you might find useful in some manner.


  • Elfreda White
    commented 2019-02-28 14:59:24 -0500
  • Christopher
    commented 2018-05-10 11:09:24 -0400
    Immediate need for intern

    NC Senate candidate.

    contact Christopher

  • Gregory Coudriet
    commented 2018-04-30 15:35:03 -0400
  • Benjamin King
    commented 2018-01-31 18:56:06 -0500
    Hi! I’d like to get involved and contribute to the success of the party and the people of NC!
  • Brian Bock
    commented 2018-01-26 18:00:59 -0500
    We are seeking a Social Media Marketing Coordinator for the 2018 Chatham County Commissioner election.

    Job Summary

    We are looking to add one or more energetic people to our campaign team for a 2018 NC County Commissioner election.

    The ideal candidate will be an integral part of our team and possess proven ability to create compelling content for digital platforms and print.

    Duties include creating short video and print pieces to tell our story in an entertaining and informative manner as well as designing a targeted social media marketing campaign.

    We are looking for individuals who want to help us build a community where our environment and personal property rights are protected, where residents have the opportunity to work in a well paying job to raise a family, and solutions to problems are more important than political labels.

    If this sounds like you and you have the necessary skills, we would love to hear from you. Please contact Brian at [email protected] for more information.

    The Position is part-time and will pay $15.00 to $18.00 per hour
  • Walker Thomas
    commented 2018-01-11 15:56:48 -0500
    My name is Walker Thomas and I work for a GOP consulting firm in Atlanta, GA called Battleground Connect. I hope you’re doing well today. With a busy election year coming up, my company is in need of interns to help us secure victories for a number of political candidates. The majority of our opportunities involve grassroots efforts and phone banking. However, we will have door knocking opportunities from time to time if an intern might live in one of our client’s area.

    Could you forward this email and my information along to your listserv/members? We would love to bring on as many young conservatives as humanly possible! In addition to paying $10/hour, this opportunity serves as a great resume builder for those looking to get into politics after graduation.

    The internship is flexible and can be done from the comfort of your own home. We send a schedule out the week before, and you sign up for shifts that fit your schedule. We should have opportunities from 8AM-8PM (EST) during the week and some available shifts on the weekends as well this election cycle, now until November.

    If you have any questions, feel free to reach out or check out our website at


    Walker Thomas


    Battleground Connect

    3625 Cumberland Blvd, Suite 130

    Atlanta, Georgia 30339

    (567) 686-2600
  • Larry Anonymous
    commented 2017-12-15 10:04:54 -0500
    Are the Young Republicans doing a fundraiser in Wake/Durham/Orange Counties? I keep getting a phone call from 704-935-5630, Kannapolis NC asking me to donate to the Young Republicans. I feel the calls are fake as one young woman was very rude on the phone. I’ve had several calls over the past two days
  • Emma Adelman
    commented 2016-09-21 19:32:47 -0400
    Hi Clark,

    I hope you are surviving this wet Wednesday.

    As you may know, the Jamie Kirk Hahn Foundation’s Weekend of Purpose is coming up on October 8th & 9th.

    In light of the current election season, we want our Weekend of Purpose to be a time and space where we set aside our political agenda to do good in our community. I think we can all agree that we strengthen the morale and health of our community when we stop, listen and work together.

    All of that being said, we would love if you and the Wake County Young Republicans join us October 8th for the Day of Service. The Day of Service is a great opportunity for the Wake County Young Republicans to serve alongside the citizens of the Old North State.

    By joining the Jamie Kirk Hahn Foundation at one of the nine service sites around the triangle, the Young Republicans demonstrate your commitment to making meaningful change in the Triangle.

    Signup here:

    We hope that you will join us in service and put aside the election for a few hours as we work to build the #ArmyofJamies.

    See you there,

    Emma Adelman
  • Chastine Bobbitt
    commented 2016-08-29 11:32:18 -0400
    My name is Chastine and I have the privilege of working for a superb campaign movement. Our company is looking to hire like minded individuals supporting the conservative cause to work on local, state, and federal campaigns across the country. As you know political campaigns are about reaching people and our team is comprised of the finest group of operatives working with the most advanced technology to win elections.

    Our unique cross-segment of demographic, geographic, and electoral data enables us to build turnout and vote choice models pinpointing and prioritizing the electorate down to a single person. Combined with our highly specialized mobile canvassing platform and technology, our field team maximizes voter contact efficiency better than any other grassroots operation in politics today.

    The individuals we hire would be paid and responsible for the execution of an aggressive, efficient grassroots plan that includes: extensive direct voter contact, phone banking, block walking, and other campaign activities. This is a great opportunity for any motivated individual looking for the best way to jump start their future in politics.

    If you know of any individuals in your local area in Raleigh and/or in your organization who would be interested in working for the conservative movement please let me know immediately! I look forward to speaking with you on this issue.

    Most Sincerely,

    Chastine Bobbitt
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  • Chris Simmering
    commented 2015-10-28 13:43:03 -0400
    Is there a debate watch party tonight?