Crime may be election issue

Crime may be election issue

As the candidates for North Carolina attorney general, Republican Buck Newton and Democrat Josh Stein, met September 20 at Asheboro’s Sunset The...

September 28th, 2016 |  


An important message to America

America, like the rest of the world, continues down the path that will lead to destruction. Man continues to deny the Creator, the Living God, and wor...

September 28th, 2016 |  


High schoolknee-jerkcopycats

Colin Kaepernick, in addition to his shameful disrespect and cowardly “silent protest” against the American flag and America in general, c...

September 27th, 2016 |  


Rioters don’t get a veto

Rioters don’t get a veto

North Carolinians have learned a lot in the past few days — about law enforcement, race relations, cynical politics, media memes, and the need f...

September 26th, 2016 |  


October is Roger’s month in Bladen County

With the arrival of October and cooler weather beginning to set in, it is now time for the fourth annual “Roger’s Wish” project at t...

September 23rd, 2016 |  


County getskudos for EMSpay increase

The Bladen County Board of Commissioners saved the best for last on Monday, returning from a closed session and unanimously voting to give its EMS par...

September 23rd, 2016 |  


Revolutionary War ancestors are all around

In reading the Tuesday, Sept. 13, issue of the Bladen Journal, I was very impressed to read of Mr. Leslie Johnson tracing his lineage to an American R...

September 22nd, 2016 |  


Clinton really only cares about herself

Hillary Rodham Clinton (HRC) was diagnosed with a contagious version of bacterial pneumonia.HRC’s diagnosis of contagious bacterial pneumonia pu...

September 21st, 2016 |  


Why, of all things, a snowflake?

I was sitting at a corner restaurant the other day looking out at the rush of traffic as the people went about their way. Some of them were coming, so...

September 21st, 2016 |  


Who wanted higher sales taxes?

Who wanted higher sales taxes?

North Carolina Democrats running for statewide offices this year are trying to convince voters that Republicans favor higher taxes on “working p...

September 21st, 2016 |