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Ed Asner’s Strong Constitution

By: Jim Longworth Some years ago I moderated a panel discussion featuring a number of television’s biggest stars. The event took place just prior to election day, so I began by asking, “Is it OK ...
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Longworth at Large: JFK Death Still a Mystery

By: Jim Longworth Last month, in accordance with a 1992 law, President Trump ordered that the JFK assassination files be made public. However, thousands of documents in those files still remain under lock and key, ...
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After Vegas, 59 More Notches for Congress

By: Jim Longworth Jr. I suppose somewhere in the sick mind of Stephen Paddock, he fancied himself a western gunslinger. But a gunslinger of the Old West had to cock the hammer on his six-shooter ...
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Woods of Terror Owner Is Two-faced

By: Jim Longworth Eddie McLaurin is two-faced—literally. Just spend an evening at his haunted attraction Woods of Terror and you’ll see what I mean. He patrols the haunts in a costume of his own creation. ...
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Alienation of Affection Law Must Go

In her new book “What Happened”, Hillary Clinton blames a variety of people for her loss to Donald Trump.  She blames Trump, saying he is sexist. She blames James Comey and the FBI.  She blames ...
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Old Enough to Serve

By: Jim Longworth I never knew Richard Dobbs Spaight personally, but I bet he resented George Mason. In 1787, Spaight, a native of New Bern, was one of North Carolina’s delegates to the Constitutional Convention ...