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D.G. Martin: Replacing elections with lotteries
There has to be a better way. Some of us reached that conclusion after discussing the mess our congressional and legislative governing systems have come to.
D.G. Martin: Following Daniel Boone to the west
First there was Daniel Boone. Boone’s real exploits on America’s frontier made him a legend in a new country whose people were ever pushing westward, driving the boundaries of their nation to the Pacific and beyond.
D.G. Martin: Who teaches us how to live and die?
Alzheimer's. Just the word scares you to death, doesn’t it?
D.G. Martin: Missing someone special at holiday time
Harder, isn’t it, when the loss of a best friend or a loved one comes at holiday time?
D.G. Martin: Winter reading suggestions
If you are looking for some special holiday gifts for some hard-to-give-to friends, I may have some help for you, thanks to UNC-TV’s North Carolina Bookwatch’s programs during the next few weeks.
D.G. Martin: The ACC’s first 20 years
Just as the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) is poised to expand again, North Carolina's basketball victory over South Carolina in Las Vegas last week brought back memories.
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D.G. Martin: Another November 11, 180 years ago
Sharon Ewell Foster, author of “The Resurrection of Nat Turner, Part One: The Witnesses,” reminds us that this year marks the 180th anniversary of the slave rebellion led by Turner.
D.G. Martin: Still weaving for a living
A Russian military-style cargo airplane took off from the Kinston Regional Jetport loaded with a North Carolina woven product worth millions.
D. G. Martin: Top screwups doctors (and politicians) make
What are the top screwups that politicians make? Joe and Terry Graedon, radio hosts of “The People’s Pharmacy,” have a new book, “Top Screwups Doctors Make and How to Avoid Them.”
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