Archive for the ‘NC Politics’ Category


Monday, March 11th, 2024


Michele Morrow won the  2024 North Carolina Primary Election for Superintendent of Public Instruction. She is now the Republican candidate in the November general election.   Learn more about her plans for education in North Carolina in this excellent video.  Nancy


Thursday, March 7th, 2024

Jackie, Cindy and Nancy at the rally



Thursday, May 18th, 2023


If we  don’t fix this problem, conservatives will never win another election.   Nancy  

Texas AG Ken Paxton | Here’s the Truth about Election Fraud…

A speech at the Heritage Foundation

Posted by Kane on May 8, 2023



Wednesday, May 3rd, 2023


Sloan Rachmuth’s report on gender affirming care for toddlers at North Carolina medical schools was sent out last week.  This is a news report giving more details about the subject.  Both Sloan Rachmuth and Dr. Nancy Anderson are part  of our Conservative Women’s Forum.  We can be very proud of these two women for standing up and fighting this evil that is being done to children.   Nancy  
Fox Friends First
May 03, 2023

Medical schools offering ‘gender-affirming care’ for toddlers

Founder of Education First Alliance Sloan Rachmuth and Dr. Nancy Anderson joined ‘Fox & Friends First’ to discuss how schools are taking action to offer gender treatment for America’s most vulnerable.


Transgender Toddlers Treated at Duke, UNC AND ECU

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2023


Transgender toddlers treated at Duke, UNC, and ECU

  • Writer's pictureBy Sloan Rachmuth

Excerpt from this article:  Legislation to ban this practice now sits in the North Carolina House and Senate. Please call your representative, email them this report, and urge them to pass the Youth Protection Act immediately.
 them to pass the Youth Protection Act immediately.
Top medical schools in the state are now transitioning toddlers and training future primary care doctors on how to engage in the experimental treatment.

Duke Medicine opened its Gender Clinic in 2015 to offer a wide variety of services under one roof. The clinic treats children as young as two for gender dysphoria.


Dr. Deanna Adkins, a transgender activist who runs the clinic, said this about her toddler trans patients in an interview with the Charlotte Observer in 2016:


“They are not old enough to consciously just choose to do that. … It is not a choice in any of my patients. It’s really an unpleasant thing to have going on in your body to feel that distress about yourself. I can’t imagine anyone who would choose to do that.”



Saturday, March 11th, 2023
 Thanks to Nancy Anderson, one of our conservative ladies, for sharing the articles that she has written for American Thinker.  Nancy Clark


Wednesday, March 1st, 2023


It is of utmost importance for our medical schools to be color blind when training our future doctors.  Nancy  

Our UNC Campaign is Heating Up

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Color Us United
Advocating for a Race-Blind America

Last Thursday the UNC Board of Governors voted to ban DEI statements in admission or employment. While we can’t take full credit for this, Color Us United facilitated media coverage of this decision.  The UNC Ban on DEI is just one step toward our major goal.

Our goal is to get UNC Medical School Dean Burks to admit that DEI is harming the school’s ability to provide the highest quality of medical care — and may even be jeopardizing health care. A statement exposing the problems caused by DEI is much more powerful than a ban from “above.”  Once we get one Dean to admit to the failures of DEI, others will be encouraged to speak out about the problems DEI is causing on their campuses.
To this end, we brought Dr. Nche Zama to North Carolina to share his story about what it takes to be a world-renowned doctor and why DEI is antithetical to high-quality healthcare. Dr. Nche Zama is a board-certified cardiothoracic surgeon trained at Harvard Medical School and a published author.

“UNC should spend more time supporting its medical community.”- Dr. Zama

I encourage you to watch his stunning speech, here.

The Daily Mail also reported on our UNC Medical Campaign:

“Its most recent initiative is a bid to stop the UNC School of Medicine from implementing social justice into its teaching – which the school is attempting to do via a task force that gave recommendations in 2020 that is taking advisement from the Association of American Medical Colleges.”

News and Observer article 



Saturday, February 25th, 2023


Finally, push back is starting against Woke ideology !   Nancy  

University Of North Carolina To Ban Woke Diversity

February 25, 2023

The University of North Carolina is leading the charge against woke culture in universities by having voted to ban diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) statements, as well as compelled speech.

The decision was voted on during a Board of Governors meeting on Thursday. After the meeting was concluded, the board released a statement regarding their decision on DEI.

The statement read that the university “shall neither solicit nor require an employee or applicant for academic admission or employment to affirmatively ascribe to or opine about beliefs, affiliations, ideals, or principles regarding matters of contemporary political debate or social action as a condition to admission, employment, or professional advancement,” and that employees or applicants “can’t be solicited or required to describe his or her actions in support of, or in opposition to, such beliefs, affiliations, ideals, or principles.”

President of Color Us United, an organization that has been pushing universities to ban DEI across American schools, Kenny Xu told Fox News that the school’s decision will have “have higher implications for higher education across the country.”

“We believe in a race blind, meritocratic society with high standards and that’s what has traditionally produced excellence in the United States,” he said. “When we saw wokeness and DEI infiltrating the medical profession, that’s when we became concerned because medicine is the one place where everybody knows, liberals, conservatives, independents, that you need the most qualified doctor to get the best outcome. When diversity, equity and inclusion says ‘No, you need doctors of a certain race’ or ‘No, we need to be teaching things from the lens of social justice rather than the biological practice of medicine,’ that’s when we got concerned.”




Wednesday, October 19th, 2022


October 17, 2022

Primary Care Institution Prioritizes ‘Gender-Affirming’ Medicine for Children

By Nancy Anderson
EXCERPT FROM THIS ARTICLE:  ECU will become a medical facility where primary care doctors insert themselves between a parent and child, potentially affirming a minor’s new gender identity without parental knowledge.  Buckman also described plans to expand the program into other specialties.  (Could this include surgery given its role in “gender-affirming care”?)  Medical students and residents will rotate through the gender clinic to incorporate “gender-affirming care” in future primary care practices

Projections vary, but the consensus of any number of studies forecasts a significant physician shortage for the United States over the next decade.  A 2020 study predicted a total physician deficit of nearly 140,000 by 2030.  The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) 2021 report on physician supply and demand calculates that the U.S. population rate will grow by 10.8% with a potential shortage of 48,000 primary care doctors by 2034.  “Population growth and aging continue to have the greatest impact on demand growth,” concludes the AAMC.

Public health officials offer various solutions to this problem such as increasing the number of medical schools, recruiting foreign-trained doctors, and advancing telehealth technology.  Some medical schools and training programs pride themselves on primary care physician development, emphasizing programs in rural health and regional healthcare.

One such program is East Carolina University (ECU) and the Brody School of Medicine (BSoM) in North Carolina.  In 2018, 59% of the medical school graduating class at Brody matched in primary care residencies; in 2022, 61% of students matched into primary care.  BSoM graduates the 2nd highest number of physicians entering family practice in the country.  ECU has an Office of Generalist Programs, dedicated to “increasing the number of medical students entering primary care careers.”

The North Carolina General Assembly rewarded ECU’s commitment to primary care by specifying $215 million in funding for ECU’s School of Medicine in the 2021 state budget.  The ECU Chancellor noted the funds were, “a landmark moment for the future of rural health care and medical education [emphasis added] in our state and region.”  This would indicate that ECU’s medical community and the NC taxpayers are doing their part to narrow the projected gap of primary care supply and demand.  So why — only a few months after the $215 million government award — has ECU Medicine started a primary care program to provide sex-change drugs to children?




Monday, August 22nd, 2022


North Carolina Supreme Court Enacts a Full-Scale Judicial Coup

North Carolina’s Supreme Court has made one of the most insane judicial decisions in the nation’s history, and that’s absolutely not hyperbole.
In what can only be described as a full-scale judicial coup, the Democrat-controlled body has ruled that the North Carolina General Assembly is illegitimate and can not enact amendments to the state’s constitution. Their reasoning? That the state’s legislature is “gerrymandered.”

The amendments in question were to enshrine the state’s voter ID law and to put in place an income tax cap. Those are now in limbo after the Democrat supreme court decided it has supremacy over the duly-elected officials of North Carolina’s voters. It’s hard to put into words how crazy that is and how dangerous of a precedent it is. This is the same court that ruled earlier in the year that the general assembly can’t draw its own congressional map, representing one of the few GOP failures regarding redistricting in a red state.

Democrats currently hold a 4-3 majority on the court, a dynamic almost certain to change after November’s elections where the GOP is favored to take a 5-2 majority. So the good news here is that this insane judicial coup won’t last long. That it’s gotten to this point is still dangerous, though. What happens if courts all across the country start ruling oppositional legislatures are illegitimate?


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