8 hrs ago
US Reps want 9/11 truth
Two members of the US Congress, Stephen F. Lynch and Walter B. Jones, have issued a resolution urging Obama to declassify documents related to the 9/11 terrorist attacks that may shed light on who may have actually been involved.
12 hrs ago
Georgia Senate race heats up
Today in Zpolitics , Walter Jones of the Morris News Service wrote, "For Republican primary voters the question next year will be which candidate's approach to ObamaCare makes the most sense."
19 hrs ago
Hayden, GOP Congressmen Back Japan Rearmament
The move by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to alter his country's post-war Constitution to permit rearmament is gaining ground in the United States.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
9/11 Link To Saudi Arabia Is Topic Of Redacted Pages In...
Since terrorists attacked the United States on Sept. 11, 2001, victims' loved ones, injured survivors, and members of the media have all tried without much success to discover the true nature of the relationship between the 19 hijackers - 15 of them Saudi nationals - and the Saudi Arabian government.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Jones, Butterfield welcome governor's visit, stance on military
Meetings between North Carolina's governor, Pentagon officials and the state's congressional delegation last week in Washington, D.C., highlighted the state's support for its large military presence.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Open the 9/11 books
Most of the public has likely forgotten that the congressional report on the Sept.
Jacksonville Daily News
Congressman reacts to threat of closing commissaries
Today, Congressman Walter B. Jones defended the commissaries at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Stations Cherry Point and New River after receiving word that the Department of Defense may be considering closing all stateside commissaries.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Lawmakers want secret pages from 9/11 probe declassified
WASHINGTON _ US Representative Stephen F. Lynch on Monday introduced a resolution urging President Obama to make public 28 pages from a congressional probe of the Sept.
US Rep. Stephen Lynch calls for release of Sept. 11 info
U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch is calling for the release of additional documents related to the Sept.
House passes indemnification extension bill
After a brief debate on the House floor late Monday afternoon, the House of Representatives passed HR 3547 , a bill that extends the existing third-party commercial launch indemnification regime by one year.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Democrat ex-diplomat will challenge Rep. Walter Jones again
Former career Marine and one-time foreign diplomat Marshall Adame is making another run for U.S. Rep. Walter Jones' 3rd Congressional District seat.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Retired Marine Seeks 3rd Congressional House Seat
A retired Marine is running as a Democrat for the 3rd Congressional District seeking the seat held by longtime Republican Congressman Walter Jones.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Start Of A Trend? Another Republican Endorses Campaign Finance Reform
Rep. Thomas Petri on Thursday introduced legislation to provide tax credits and deductions for political donors making small contributions.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Craven joins effort to change flood insurance program
Craven County government is now officially involved the effort to stall and change how the FEMA flood insurance program is administered, with commissioners announcing they are "extremely concerned that the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act" will hurt county property owners.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
War Is A Crime
Congresswoman Lee Leads Efforts to Bring Troops Home From Afghanistan Without Delay
Washington, D.C.- In light of the newly public draft security agreement between the United States and Afghanistan suggesting the possibility of an American troop presence in Afghanistan past 2014 and into 2024, a bipartisan group of Congressional leaders, Reps.
Jones Willing to Pay the Price for Independence
Jones, center, initially voted to authorize the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but he had a change of heart in 2005 and has been a critic ever since.
Jacksonville Daily News
Walter Jones receives Constitution Award
Congressman Walter B. Jones has been chosen as a recipient of the Constitution Award by The New American in honor of his perfect score on the magazine's Freedom Index.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
AFGE thanks NC lawmakers for opposing illegal outsourcing at Camp Lejeune
The American Federation of Government Employees thanked a trio of North Carolina lawmakers for asking Navy Secretary Ray Mabus to investigate whether Camp Lejeune violated the law by converting work performed by civilian employees to contractors and military personnel.
WSJ Slams Rep. Bachmann: She's Reading 'Constitution for Dummies'
Michele Bachmann must be reading a dumbed-down version of the Constitution if she thinks President Barack Obama does not have the power to sign overseas trade treaties, The Wall Street Journal blasted on Tuesday.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Jefferson Post Online Edition
Let the 2014 elections begin
While political analysts are trying to understand how the most recent municipal elections reflect the current climate and impact outcomes in the 2014 elections, there are two obvious conclusions of statewide note.