Thanks to a Tik Tok “influencer” I discovered that I’ve been victimized by white privilege because people won’t get out of my way when I’m walking. So now I’m going to NOT get out of other peoples’ way. Maybe I’ll apply this anti-white privilege strategy to driving, too!

The original judge in North Carolina’s long-running Leandro school funding lawsuit says public schools are afflicted with a “failure of classroom instruction.” Judge Howard Manning said too many adults in the system are not prioritizing student achievement.

AP Dillon from the North State Journal has a bombshell investigative report about how the NC State Elections Director was working on creation of an online absentee ballot portal long before COVID gave her the justification to launch one. The pandemic was used as the reason to implement the system – despite security flaws. Plus, […]

The comments by Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board Members about now-former Supt. Earnest Winston are scathing – painting a picture of an administration leader who was in over his head.

After firing Supt. Earnest Winston, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board announced an interim replacement (former CMS COO Hugh Hattabaugh), and released a detailed report on the reasons they dismissed Winston.

It’s official: The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board voted today to fire Superintendent Earnest Winston.

A federal lawsuit alleges Mecklenburg Sheriff’s deputies at the jail failed to take steps to prevent a teen’s suicide, then covered it up. Also, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board votes to fire Supt. Earnest Winston.

A call from Dean about CMS Supt. Earnest Winston’s impending termination. Plus, President Joe Biden’s actions and speech at a campaign event in Greensboro should be setting off alarms among media and the public.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Supt. Earnest Winston is reportedly going to be fired unless he resigns. Plus: the Black Political Caucus says a 9/11 Truther and a convicted corrupt mayor will best represent Blacks on Charlotte City Council.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Earnest Winston will be out of a job within 48 hours, according to WBT reporter Brett Jensen. I also spoke with WBT’s Mark Garrison about the CMS news as well as the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Black Political Caucus’ endorsements for local primaries.