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"The safest road to hell is the gradual one -- the gentle slope, soft underfoot, without sudden turnings, without milestones, without signposts." 
-- C.S. Lewis, writing in 1942; his words ring true today amid the Left's tyrannical ambitions

Editor's note: Many Conservatives across our county, state and nation are concerned about the road we are on in 2021. Ultimately, we will choose a path of least resistance, or a path along which enemies within patiently wait to ambush and denounce values we embrace as Americans. Thus, the latter path is the only choice lest we find ourselves on the "gentle slope" described by C.S. Lewis.

This newsletter begins a new chapter today. Its content will remain timely, bold and unapologetic in a quest to shine light on hypocrisy, corruption and deceit. But, henceforth, it will do so independently and without regard for the status quo. Our opponents on the Left claim that searing criticism is threatening and divisive. Again, we must choose. Do we back down to appease? Or do we reveal their underlying motives and self-preservation agendas? Ultimately, this is what they fear.
Breaking ...
Moore County Schools
all in on invasive surveys

Posted September 27, 2021 by Moore County Schools:

An online feedback portal on the proposed administration of Social Emotional Learning and Climate/Culture surveys is now available through Friday, October 8.

Links to the survey questions can be found in the online portal form which can be found at under Announcements. To access the Google document, click here.

(Editor's note: Discover the truth about Social Emotional Learning our board would never share with parents or citizens. Click here.)

Moore BOE continues: Hard copies are also available in each school office. Feedback may also be provided to your school principal or the Office for Student Support Services.

If approved by the Board, the Social Emotional Learning survey would be given to students in grades 3 through 12, and the Climate/Culture survey will be given to students in grades 7, 9 and 11. Parents who are uncomfortable with their child taking one or both surveys have the option to "opt-out" their student from taking one or both surveys.

The term "uncomfortable" with surveying is inserted (buried) at the end of the instructions. Do not be uncomfortable. Be defiant. Be proactive. Stop SEL in its tracks.
Surveys are produced by
Zuckerberg backed Panorama

Panorama would enter into a contractual relationship with Moore County Schools if surveying goes forward. Learn more.
Undeterred by public opinion,
board extends mask mandate

Despite mounting evidence that masking children throughout the school day is dangerous, if not abusive, the Moore County Board of Education voted September 22 to require masks for everyone who enters a school building, as well as the BOE central office where the recent meeting was held.

The Board's 4-3 vote continued to magnify a chasm between members who blindly defer to the county health department's quarantine restrictions, and those members who insist parents should be in charge of their children where questions of health are concerned.

At least one member, Ed Dennison, said that keeping children in classrooms far outweighs all other considerations. As it stands, the health department is fine with masked children exposed to the Wuhan virus but would send home for an extended quarantine an unmasked child similarly exposed. This policy does not take into account that children often wear masks improperly and that their masks typically are not sanitary.

Nationally, data related to children continue to indicate a risk of death from the virus as statistically zero. As for illness risk from the virus, even the vaunted Centers for Disease Control (CDC) acknowledges that children with underlying medical conditions are at increased risk for severe illness compared to children without underlying medical conditions. In other words, nothing new here.
"The masks, whether they work or don't, is not part of my thinking about this," said Dennison (at left, gesturing with the sign of the cross as he confronted pro-freedom citizens) amid board discussion. "I'm thinking about how many kids we can keep in school."

Board chair Libby Carter has expressed her opinion that children are not distracted or bothered by wearing masks for hours.

What remains to be seen is how the narrative that kids must be in school at all costs will carry over into a vaccination mandate debate. It's coming.

Studies debate the necessity of vaccinating children even as the pharmaceutical companies are counting the days until roll outs for ages 5-11.

"No child in America must be vaccinated with these vaccines," said Dr. Paul Alexander, a former Department of Health and Human Services senior adviser in the Trump administration, during a recent live interview on the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton radio program. "And we must consider them already immune and actually vaccinated. Children don’t readily acquire it; don’t readily spread it. They do not get severely ill, readily, and they do not die and that is not me making this up."
Land 'Trust' prevails
in property grab effort

Persistent as locusts, the Southern Pines Land Trust, a non-profit created to acquire property owned by Moore County Schools, finally wore down the Board of Education, which voted 4-3 on September 22 to sell the land well below market value. The Trust will acquire 17 acres for $685,000, the parcel's appraised value. By forgoing it's obligation to seek maximum market value for the land formerly occupied by the Southern Pines Elementary School, the board effectively will leave more than $1 million on the table. Thus, these funds will not be allocated to decaying schools in northern Moore County.

Board member Bob Levy made clear the intent of the Land Trust's plans for the land in west Southern Pines. The trust will erect "a monument to apartheid," said Levy, effectively segregating it from the rest of Moore County.

Warn school board chair
of liability in enforcing masks

Countdown begins toward
municipal elections Nov. 2

Yard signs are planted and campaigning strategies are being implemented with elections in 11 Moore County municipalities slated for Nov. 2, 2021.

Early voting is scheduled to run from Oct. 14-30 in the Moore County Agriculture Center in Carthage.

Southern Pines is the lone municipality conducting a primary to reduce its town council slate from five to four. The primary is next week, Oct. 5. Early voting has begun and continues through this Saturday, Oct. 2, in the Board of Elections office lobby in Carthage.

Not yet registered? Don't panic, but act soon. The regular voter registration deadline in North Carolina is 25 days before an election. Eligible voters may do so ahead of Election Day during the one-stop early voting period. 

Voter registration readlines:
  • October 2021 Municipals
(Fri., Sept. 10 2021, 12 am - 5 pm)
  • November 2021 Municipals
(Fri., Oct. 8 2021, 12 am - 5 pm)

Voting Hours: Election polling places are open between 6:30 am and 7:30 pm. You must be allowed to vote if you are in line or inside the polling place at 7:30 pm. 
Redrawing of NC districts
is a battle not a process
Per the 2020 U.S. Census, population growth in North Carolina will trigger redistricting statewide and countywide.

The state General Assembly has created a portal to collect public comments. As engaged citizens and Republicans, we must make our voices heard to counter whatever the Democrats will attempt through expected lawsuits aided by media bias.

The NCGOP Legal Team has provided suggested comment language that may be used or added to one's own thoughts on redistricting. Click here to access suggested communication points.

Please submit your thoughts to the General Assembly, while encouraging fellow Republicans to come off of the sidelines. No deadline is given but the process is imminent. Act now. Post a comment to join the public record. We cannot afford to remain silent.

The progressive Left focuses day and night on redistricting because its disciples fully understand that  redistricting impacts the next 10 years across the board (Sources: Moore Republican Women; Tom's News)
Voter registration is
never out of season

Consider these compelling data points provided by the North Carolina Republican Party
  • Registering people to vote is a core component of the North Carolina Republican Party’s mission. 
  • Since November 8th 2016 there have been 1.8 million new voters in North Carolina these new voters make up 25% of the states total electorate
  • Currently there are 2.17 Million Republican Voters in North Carolina, while simultaneously there are 2.42 million Unaffiliated voters. This means over one third of North Carolina’s population is made up of unaffiliated voters. Voter Registration allows us to target those unaffiliated voters!
  • Through Voter Registration we’re growing the Republican Party. 
  • Newly registered voters are more likely to vote AND volunteer for the campaign. 
  • Voter Drives are an excellent way to stay proactive with your local county base!
By the numbers ...


Citizens arrested after entering the U.S. Capitol January 6, 2021, who remain in a Washington, D.C., prison cell. The American justice system has been hijacked by the Biden administration. (Source: WUSA9 TV Washington)


Increase in murders in the U.S. in 2020, among the largest single-year increases in our history, amid rampant defunding of law enforcement nationwide. (Source: The Epoch Times, September 27, 2021). Read more.
Trusted Sources

  • Real America's Voice The home of War Room: Pandemic, hosted by Stephen Bannon. Perhaps the best intel and insight in the digital media universe. Live 10 am and 5 pm daily or via podcast.

  • Just The News Launched by investigative journalist John Solomon, who left mainstream media to do the reporting it no longer will do. Content includes exclusive breaking news and podcasts.

  • American Greatness: A content rich news and analysis site featuring many of the nation's leading observers of the war on our values, including the great Victor Davis Hanson. Read his latest, Democrats No More.

  • The Epoch Times: A comprehensive print and digital news publication (some content requires a subscription) with roots in opposing human rights abuses in Communist China. It's investigative reporting is second to none. On August 25, Epoch TV released a report through its Counterpunch series, entitled, How Pro-CCP Communists Are Working to Flip North Carolina. Click to view.

"The Biden administration’s team at DHS is laser-focused on expediting the flow of migrants into the U.S. and downplaying the significant vulnerability this creates for terrorists, narcotics smugglers, human traffickers, and even hostile nations to gain access to our homeland.”
Rodney S. Scott, the recently retired U.S. Border Patrol chief, expressed stunning revelations in a letter to Democrat and Republican leaders in the U.S. Senate and the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. Scott said career experts have made many recommendations to slow the border crisis, but have been repeatedly rebuffed by the Biden administration. (Source:, September 21, 2021)

"Let's not talk about dollars; let's talk about values."
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi reveals a tone of desperation as pending bills that would spend $5 trillion hang in the balance on Capitol Hill

“Many are concerned about the fevered pitch that many school board meetings have reached in recent weeks. I am, too. Threats, bullying, intimidation. None of this belongs in our public schools."
During a recent press conference, Gov. Roy Cooper scolded parents statewide who are rising up to demand they be given control over decisions impacting the health of their children and learning environments compromised by masks and far Left agendas.
Constitution Alive!
10-week course
6 - 8 pm
Moore GOP Headquarters
211-E Central Park Ave.
Olmsted Village, Pinehurst
All ages welcome
Course is free
Optional text: $15
Bring dinner, beverages

Census 2020 data
triggers redistricting
Attend a Public Hearing
THIS Thursday
6 pm
Fayetteville Technical
Community College
2201 Hull Road, Fayetteville
(Conducted by NC House
and Senate joint committees)

Meet and greet for Jeff Morgan Candidate, Pinehurst Village Council
Thursday, October 7
6:30 – 8:00 pm
Kays residence
23 Abington Drive, Pinehurst
RSVP:  Please text/call Laura Morgan 865-368-4696 or,

Election Protection Initiative
October 7 - 9
FW Activist Training Center
111 K Street NW
Washington, DC
Air travel, meals and lodging
is complimentary
Only 10 slots available
Contact Kay Wildt

Return America presents
Stand Up For America
Friday, October 29
10:30 am
Hallifax Mall
16 W. Jones St., Raleigh
Speakers include:
Lt. Governor Mark Robinson
Dr. Ron Baity
President, Return America
Learn more:
North Carolina GOP
Sportsmans Banquet
Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021
January 6 'riot' narrative
is falling apart rapidly

The seven biggest
border crisis lies

Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas has bobbed and weaved whenever he was asked how many of the Haitians camping under the Del Rio, Texas, bridge were being released into the United States and how many were being deported. Read more.

We are all cattle now

There is nothing surprising about the failure of our vaccines. In fact it was totally predictable. Coronavirus vaccines have been used in animals for years, with extremely unimpressive results.
A Dose of Dalton

Wit and wisdom delivered by a young Republican and son of the Sandhills.

Look out, Charlie Kirk. See the latest.
The Pilot publishes this:

I think Trump was an awful president. However, I fear President Biden, as the front man for the radical populist progressives, may be more destructive to our economic sustainability, individual liberty, free speech and international leadership.

I am desperate for us to find a national leader, of any party, who is less focused on sustaining power through race and sex politics and the bribery of targeted voter groups; someone who has the best long-term interests of the United States first, one nation, under God, with liberty and justice for all.

How to respond:

The economy was "awfully" strong under President Donald J. Trump and his administration's economic policies
Above: All who attended the August ground breaking on the site of a home being built to house a wounded Iraq veteran and his family off of Linden Road will be heartened by the status of the project little more than 30 days later.
School board watch

Moore County Schools "police" threatened a citizen Sept. 22 who declined to wear a mask during a school board meeting, despite lacking legal authority to require that she wear a mask. Ultimately, they took no action.
If you know, you know ...
The JD and Maureen Show

John Zumwalt and Maureen Krueger keep us focused on government overregulation and abuse during their new WEEB Sunday 1 p.m. show, an hourlong discussion of local and statewide issues, some well known, others uncovered by the co-hosts.

If your golf tee times or Sunday brunch rituals conflict, fear not. Go to Click on Podcasts on the lefthand navigation. Scroll to the John and Maureen Show. Click on the show you wish to hear. Click here. Photo: With legendary Lee Greenwood, August 16, 2021, Aberdeen, NC.