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  • Learning+Growing Jan 24, 1:21 p.m.

    Actually, the story talks about THIS week, AG & DA are discussing public corruption. LAST week, (see paragraph 3) they talked about school safety. It's not "bad news and editing", per doggypoos. It's people reading the article too quickly.
    pageredmon

    Read slowly the title of the article. Now what do you expect this article to be about? Public corruption.

    Now read the article. Notice - ONE SENTENCE about corruption followed by THREE PARAGRAPHS on school safety. This is not about people reading too quickly; it is about a title that does not accurately reflect the subject of the article. English 101.

  • dollibug Jan 24, 12:47 p.m.

    It is interesting that these 2, the NC ATTORNEY GENERAL and Wake County DA are discussing *public corruption*....only when and if those who are committing it are held accountable and responsible for what they do....will it make a difference....when there are things going on, such as people filing *false police reports* and nothing is done about this...(ONE EXAMPLE)....talking the talk does not actually make a difference....ACTION is needed....and then I have to wonder....who exactly is *overseeing that those who are supposed to be enforcing the law are actually doing what they are suppose to do*...I think we have a *never ending story here*....and nothing actually improves the situations which need to be addressed.

  • pageredmon Jan 24, 12:12 p.m.

    Actually, the story talks about THIS week, AG & DA are discussing public corruption. LAST week, (see paragraph 3) they talked about school safety. It's not "bad news and editing", per doggypoos. It's people reading the article too quickly.

  • superman Jan 24, 11:51 a.m.

    Two corrupt politicians working together. Good for them. Wouldnt trust either one with my garbage. The AG just steps into any case in NC and makes an excuse to dismiss the charges.

  • doggypoos Jan 24, 11:41 a.m.

    So what corruption is this story talking about. Seems to be talking about public and school safety. Problem to me is the media that allows bad news and editing.

  • lessismore Jan 24, 11:31 a.m.

    First order of business for a politician....pass laws that make them exempt from the laws they pass. Tax shelters, non-profits, pensions, health care benefits, exempt their children from paying back education loans, and try ban any weapon they feel threatened by,...and a big salary and expense account.

  • jjsmith1973 Jan 24, 11:30 a.m.

    wow, I thought they meant they finally woke up and were going to take on corruption in the court system. HEADLINE FAIL

  • lessismore Jan 24, 11:22 a.m.

    Impossible.... politics and corruption can not be seperated.

  • Learning+Growing Jan 24, 11:14 a.m.

    So is this conference to discuss public corruption, safe schools, or legislative proposals? Who comes up with and/or approves your titles WRAL?

  • As if .... Jan 24, 11:02 a.m.

    What they should discuss is ways to stop all the "cash" business that is being done to avoid paying taxes that are sorely needed for infrastructure and other things.

  • Rebelyell55 Jan 24, 10:41 a.m.

    I didn't realize it's been six years. Some very common sense ideas so I guess that why our elected leaders didn't want to act on them. The other thing is that most of them are afraid they'll get caught and have to face up to harsher punishment. Yep, I'm hoping Mr. Cooper run for governor.

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