A lesson from the January 6th hearings is supposed to be that Democrats value voting and the rule of law. A better takeaway from the performative hearings is that storming government buildings is no way to manipulate elections. That’s what big money, high-profile lawyers, technical specialists, and public relations outfit… More
The nation voted on Tuesday. If we were living in a competent democracy, all the votes would have been counted, and the final tallies would have been known days ago. But we’re living in America. We don’t know to a certainty who won the presidency, much less some tightly contested local races.
Elections are a barometer, a re… More
A capacity crowd filled the Gaines Center Thursday afternoon. The diverse audience gathered to support Sanders’ progressive agenda. It was an honor to be so close to the next president of the United States (fingers crossed).
The last time I was in the Gaines Center was April 2008 to hear Michelle Obama campaign for her husband. … More
-Updated 2/25/2020, 1:30 pm
Derwin Montgomery is a man of many titles. He’s Reverend Montgomery to his congregation at First Calvary. He’s CEO to the board of the Bethesda Center, and he’s Representative Mongomery to his constituents in NC House District 72. Montgomery is also a co-owner of The Chronicle. If Mon… More
Early Thursday morning, a billionaire former mayor, with presidential ambitions briefly spoke at Footnote Coffee & Cocktails. Two sources told me that mayor “stop and frisk” only spoke for 10 minutes.
Saturday’s college football game between Wake Forest and Appalachian State rekindled a rivalry that had been dormant for years. Wake Forest was lucky to leave Boone with a narrow 20-19 victory.
When residents of the 5th District vote in November of 2018, it will be a chance for Winston-Salem to retake the 5th from Watauga Cou… More