NC State Senate Candidate Blames GOP for Geologist’s Resignation

Art Sherwood asserts that an anti-science bias and political correctness has caused GOP to undermine research by those protecting public health and the environment

LENOIR, N.C.  – Art Sherwood, the Democratic candidate for North Carolina Senate District 45, said today that the resignation of a founding geologist from the North Carolina Coastal Resources Commission reveals the consequences of the anti-science, climate-change denying Republican Governor Pat McCrory and the GOP-led legislature.

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Indeed, according to a news report in the Raleigh News & Observer and several other outlets, Stanley Riggs of East Carolina University said in his resignation letter, “I believe the once highly respected and effective science panel has been subtly defrocked and is now an ineffective body.” Riggs, who has worked on coastal issues for North Carolina more than 50 years, also said, “I can’t influence the legislature, but I can educate the public. That’s what I do.”

Sherwood said, “Mr. Riggs’s resignation is the result of a stunning rejection of science by Governor Pat McCrory and the GOP-led legislature. That is ironic in light of McCrory’s insistence that the NBA’s decision to cancel their All-Star game scheduled in Charlotte in 2017 was motivated by ‘political correctness.’ It is simply hypocritical for Republicans to talk about political correctness when Mr. Riggs felt he had no choice but to resign because the GOP is more concerned about appealing to its base than it is in finding solutions to our state and nation’s problems, such as climate change, which Mr. Riggs has been studying.”

Sherwood added, “Our citizens rightfully expect that our elected officials will identify and tackle the tough problems. It is obvious the Republicans in Raleigh have no intention of acknowledging our problems, let alone solving them. That is why I say, everywhere I go, ‘I am ready, willing and able to serve – now.’”

He concluded, “I have identified preserving the environment for future generations as a cornerstone of my campaign. That is why I have called for a moratorium on fracking based on the Precautionary Principle. I call now on the Republicans in Raleigh to quit obstructing the work of the scientists doing the important work of protecting public health and the environment that supports our very lives.”

Senate District 45 includes five counties – Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Caldwell and Watauga. Sherwood is a resident of Caldwell County. The General Election will be held on November 8.

 

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N.C. State Senate Candidate Supports Industrial Hemp

Democrat Art Sherwood cites report that says region could lose 34 percent of jobs in coming years, calls for support of farmers, small businesses and artists

LENOIR, N.C.Art Sherwood, the Democratic candidate for North Carolina State Senate District 45, today said that the policies of Republican Governor Pat McCrory and the GOP-led General Assembly have led to a dismal economy, especially for Northwestern North Carolina.

Art Sherwood primary“The claims by the Republicans in Raleigh of a ‘Carolina Comeback’ are ludicrous,” claimed Sherwood. He cited a recent article in the online edition of the Watauga Democrat, which reported “ … that the northwest region of the state, including Watauga County, was estimated to lose about 34 percent of all its jobs in the coming years.”

Sherwood explained, “Why are we projected to lose jobs in our region? Because the Republicans have cut taxes on the most wealthy, shifting the tax burden to the middle class. They have raised taxes on goods and services. Thousands of jobs were lost when McCrory refused federal funds for healthcare for our state’s poorest citizens. The attack upon public education by the GOP is driving teachers out of the profession. I have heard loud and clear from them that they will not stay in the classroom if the attacks continue.”

Sherwood continued, “It is time to quit blaming others or past officials for our problems today. Our job is to fix them, not complain about them. That is what citizens rightfully expect of their elected officials. To that end, I will work to ensure that none of our communities become dependent upon boom-and-bust mono-economies, such as what happened in Caldwell County with the furniture industry. While it is true that it provided many wonderful jobs and the dignity that goes with it, it is also true that the industry has largely abandoned the area.”

Sherwood said, “Whatever the reason for the loss of jobs, it is our responsibility to diversify our economy and support small businesses and agriculture. We know the value of Google in Lenoir. The impact of Appalachian State on Boone’s economy is massive and critical. Health care offers many good jobs in our areas. For that we are thankful. But it’s not enough. We must remember how important agriculture is and has been for the five High Country counties in Senate District 45. We must encourage and support small business owners, who are the backbone of every community’s economy.”

Art color logoSpecifically, said Sherwood, “As we move forward, local sustainability will be as important as ever. We must make small businesses a priority. We need to ease the burdens of starting a new business. We should support permaculture, microlending, green taxes, ecological footprinting, and fair trade as ways of strengthening communities within our region.” He added, “Many in the arts community are working hard to revitalize their communities. They deserve our support through grants and micro-lending.”

Sherwood pointed out that a law took effect in North Carolina in October 2015 that recognizes the potential importance of industrial hemp and established a commission to create and regulate an industrial hemp program. It also established licensure and reporting procedures and distinguishes hemp from marijuana. Yet the commission has not been funded by the General Assembly. He responded, “The legislature has seen the importance of this crop – a crop by the way that three of the Founding Fathers grew on their Virginia estates. Ben Franklin owned a mill that made paper from the plant, and the Declaration of Independence was drafted on hemp paper. It is time for the commission to be funded so that the agricultural potential of hemp – known for 10,000 years – can be realized in this farm-rich region.”

Sherwood noted also, “Our climate is ideal for solar and wind power. In fact, the solar industry now employs more people nationally than the coal industry. We must tap into that future. It is also the responsible thing to do to reduce our ecological footprint.”

North Carolina State Senate District 45 includes Allegany, Ashe, Avery, Caldwell and Watauga counties. Sherwood is a resident of Caldwell County.

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Is This Fair?

It is time to eliminate the outrageous subsidies and entitlements for the gas industry

By Tom and Becky Berlin 

WESTON, W.Va. – Here is a little something for all you land owners, farmers, small business owners, and tax payers to think about.

If you own a bit of land for a hay meadow, you will be assessed and pay property taxes on your hay meadow.

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A farm in Lewis County, W.Va. Photo by Michael M. Barrick

If you buy a tractor and some equipment so you can harvest your hay, you will be assessed and pay property taxes on your tractor and equipment.

If you build a barn in which to keep your hay and your farm equipment out of the weather, you will be assessed and pay property taxes on your barn.

If you buy a cow to eat your hay and maybe give you a calf to sell, you will be assessed and pay property taxes on your cow.

Other small businesses are in much the same situation. You pay property taxes on your business property, buildings, equipment, and inventory.

If, on the other hand, you are a huge corporation and you build a multimillion dollar piece of profitable infrastructure, like Momentum and Stonewall Gas Gathering LLC and their newly constructed pipeline, you will not be assessed and will not pay a penny of local property taxes on your pipeline. Nothing.

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The Stonewall Gas Gathering line under construction in North Central West Virginia in 2015. The company building it was cited by the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection for numerous violations during construction. Photo by Michael M. Barrick

Even worse, the land under which that multimillion dollar pipeline lies has been forever rendered unproductive. Nobody will ever be able to build a house on that land, build a barn, build a farm pond, drill a water well, grow an orchard, grow timber, cut an access road to the other side of your farm, or make any improvements that might interfere with the pipeline company. For every mile of pipeline right of way that Stonewall Gas Gathering has, they have permanently destroyed the utility and value of about 10 acres of land, which will ultimately show up as decreased property value and decreased tax revenue for the county. If you do not think the property value has declined on that land, survey off an acre of that right of way, put it up for sale and see what the market value is now.

Does that seem fair to you? Speak with your elected representatives and candidates and demand that this outrageous subsidy and entitlement be eliminated.

Tom and Becky Berlin are farmers in Weston, W.Va.

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Art Sherwood Slams Effort by Watauga Republicans to Suppress ASU Student Voting

State Senate candidate says Board of Election vote just the latest attack by GOP on voting rights in North Carolina

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BOONE, N.C.Art Sherwood, the Democratic candidate for North Carolina State Senate District 45, today slammed efforts by Republicans in Watauga County to suppress voting by Appalachian State University (ASU) students and faculty.

According to the online edition of the Watauga Democrat, “The Watauga County Board of Elections was unable to come to a unanimous decision July 12 in its vote to set an early voting plan for the November general election.” As a result of the vote – which must be unanimous to pass – the decision must now be made by the North Carolina Board of Elections.

The report continued, “Board Chairman Bill Aceto a Republican, submitted a plan that would include Legends as a one-stop early voting site on the Appalachian State University campus to replace the site at the Plemmons Student Union.” According to the report, “Board Secretary Nancy Owen, a Republican, voted in favor of the plan, but Democratic elections board member Stella Anderson voted against.”

The newspaper also reported that Jalyn Howard, the incoming ASU student body president, said “We only recommend the student union. I don’t see anywhere else on campus that will be suitable. I don’t think there is any other solution to this problem – the administration and the students have said: ‘The student union is it.’”

Sherwood said, “I concur with Jalyn. What the Republicans on the Watauga County Board of Elections are trying to do is suppress the votes of ASU students and faculty. This is just part of the ongoing assault upon our most basic civil liberty by Governor Patrick McCrory and the Republicans controlling the North Carolina General Assembly. They have conducted a relentless assault upon voters’ rights over the last several years.”

Sherwood continued, “One of the main reasons I filed for office was so that I could help eliminate voter suppression and gerrymandering.” He continued, “I support open and convenient access to polling places for all voters. I strongly oppose and will work to eliminate burdensome requirements designed to suppress voter turnout. I will work tirelessly to stop gerrymandering by supporting the establishment of an independent commission to draw congressional and General Assembly districts. I also support term limits, campaign finance reform and easing ballot access for third parties.”

Sherwood remarked, “Now that this matter is in the hands of the State Board of Elections, I hope they honor their mandate to protect voters’ rights and the integrity of the electoral process. ASU students and faculty have spoken. The student union worked in the primary. The only reason the Republicans have for wanting to change the location is fear – fear of the younger generation that seeks to do away with the regressive policies implemented by the GOP in Raleigh.”

North Carolina State Senate District 45 includes Allegany, Ashe, Avery, Caldwell and Watauga counties. Sherwood is a resident of Caldwell County.

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NC State Senate Candidate Art Sherwood Calls for Moratorium on Fracking in North Carolina

Citing threats to public health and the environment, he calls for employing the Precautionary Principle

LENOIR, N.C.  – Art Sherwood, the Democratic candidate for North Carolina Senate District 45, today announced that he supports a moratorium on fracking in North Carolina. He also released a policy paper about fracking and related pipeline development on his campaign website.

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He explained, “In 2014, North Carolina Governor Patrick McCrory, a Republican, signed legislation passed by the GOP-controlled General Assembly that eliminated a moratorium on fracking in North Carolina. What first caught my eye about this legislation was its lack of transparency. It contains provisions that make it illegal to disclose to the public information about the chemicals used in the fracking process. This is outrageous. These are not North Carolina values. As a scientist, the evidence is clear that a moratorium is the safe route; as a Christian, I am required to show concern for the most vulnerable among us.”

He continued, “While fracking is currently not occurring in North Carolina, I support a moratorium on fracking now because geologists have identified at least five potential fields for fracking in the state. A moratorium is consistent with the Precautionary Principle and the position held by numerous governors, public health experts, scientists, environmentalists, journalists, and – most importantly – the people most impacted by fracking and related pipeline construction.”

The Science & Environmental Health Network says about the Precautionary Principle: “When an activity raises threats of harm to human health or the environment, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically. In this context the proponent of an activity, rather than the public, should bear the burden of proof.”

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A convoy of fracking industry trucks rumble through Weston, W.Va. at lunchtime. Photo by Michael M. Barrick

In the position paper, Sherwood pointed to the numerous adverse impacts of fracking, including endangering public health, air pollution, water pollution, misuse of eminent domain, industry instability and more. “This is a complex issue, so it can’t be reduced to sound bites. That is why our campaign has taken the time to publish a detailed policy paper. It is also consistent with my pledge to run as transparent a campaign as possible.”

Sherwood concluded, “A physician learns early in her training to ‘First, do no harm.’ Certainly, that is the same principle that should guide elected officials. In the case of fracking, it is clear that we must ensure that we are not doing harm to our people and environment. Failure to do so is an abdication of political leadership. It is clear that we can’t afford to make the mistake of other states and compromise public health and the environment for what is, at best, a boom-and-bust economy. Should the industry, as some point in the future, demonstrate that fracking does not pose a threat to public health and the environment, the moratorium could be lifted. For now, though, it is clear it has not done so.”

Senate District 45 includes five Appalachian counties – Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Caldwell and Watauga. Sherwood is a resident of Caldwell County. The General Election will be held on November 8.

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No Child Left Behind has given us Bernie Sanders

Practical – and unsolicited – insight from a father and grandpa wanting to keep the revolution alive

By Michael M. Barrick

Update, July 11, 2016: Readers, please disregard my advise in Lesson 4. It is this simple: Hillary just won’t do. An inspiring campaign slogan is not, “The F.B.I. Director says I am incompetent and dangerous, but at least I’m not under indictment!” If this requires further explanation, do an internet search on Richard Nixon and Watergate. Or Ronald Reagan and Iran-Contra. Or Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky.

Bernie Sanders has shown respect to young people and their concerns, and that is why they so enthusiastically support him. But that’s not the whole story. As is always the case, timing is everything in politics. Bernie’s rise has coincided with the coming of age of the No Child Left Behind generation.

10278-Round-NCLB-Logo (1)Millennials, subjected to an ill-conceived reliance upon standardized testing that stifles the individuality of the human, will not – now that they’ve escaped from the system – allow themselves to be pawns again.

So, though Bernie’s campaign may soon be ending, the revolution his candidacy sparked will not.

First though, the revolution must overcome the disappointment felt by Bernie’s supporters. Otherwise, they will drop out of the movement to end the injustices caused by crony capitalism just as they did from school, whether literally or figuratively.

So, it being Father’s Day, I am exercising my personal privilege as a father and grandfather to offer a brief civics lesson, because my millennial children and friends know they didn’t learn it in school because they were too damn busy taking pointless tests (with apologies to the many extraordinary teachers we all know).

In any event…

Lesson 1: Politics is the art of compromise. If that bothers your idealistic sensibilities, remember…

Lesson 2: Politics is war without bullets (usually). So, if we are not willing to compromise – to seek to understand before seeking to be understood – then violence is the inevitable outcome.

Lesson 3: Hence, we who are part of that revolution to return control of our government to the people – who refuse to take our “Feel the Bern” bumper stickers off of our cars just yet – must accept that the revolution will advance only in baby steps for now. It will advance – but it is essential that it do so peacefully.

Lesson 4: We can’t abandon the ballot box. The fact is that Bernie’s not going to be on the ballot in November, barring something totally unexpected. So, the question is, of those on the ballot, who will advance the revolution, or at least not destroy it? Hillary. I know Gary Johnson is tempting; like Samantha Bee I agree with every other thing Libertarians believe. Ultimately, though, Libertarian philosophy is not good for the most vulnerable among us, and that is not in keeping with our national character. In addition, there are thousands of capable local candidates who are willing to advance the revolution. Elect them now, and in a few years, they will be advancing in rank and influence.

Lesson 5: Our republic allows free association. So, be civically engaged. Join a social/environmental justice group or use your art to make your statement. Volunteer for a campaign, learn about politics and put you name on the ballot the next time around.

In short, as the bumper sticker says, “Be the change you want to see.” You might want to start with the politicians that created and sustain that education system that screwed you over.

Bernie Sanders© The Lenoir Voice, 2016

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In this Time of Mourning

To Orlando and to Everyone, on June 12th 2016. Note: While the horrific massacre in Orlando Sunday morning did not happen in Appalachia, it is essential for the survival of humanity that we stand in solidarity with victims of hate, wherever they may live — or die. 

By Abigail Taylor

I feel unworthy to speak
To such a tragic day.
But how must I channel
Such pure ANGER, and DESPAIR?
I STAND in solidarity.
I pray for, nay, DEMAND! peace.

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There are those among us
Who have lost their humanity
Who are blinded by hatred
Who seek an ignorant, self-serving, empty prize.
And use their violence
To extinguish your spirit
To interrupt your joy
To stomp on your PRIDE
To forcefeed you with fear.
But we must not buckle.
we must not let it numb us.
WE MUST STAND UP.
WE MUST GET ANGRY.
And let that ANGER lead us to
LOVE more urgently
HOPE more fiercely
And fight with PEACE.
Embrace your brother and sister.
Embrace your gay brothers and sisters.
Embrace a stranger.
Life is clearly too short
Not to LOVE
With every fiber
Of our beings.

As if the future
Depends on it.
It does.

© Abigail Taylor, 2016

NC State Senate Candidate Art Sherwood Criticizes GOP Voucher Proposal

Sherwood calls voucher proposal, ‘An attack upon the state’s most precious resource – her children’

PATTERSON, N.C.  – Art Sherwood, the Democratic candidate for North Carolina Senate District 45, today criticized GOP Senate leaders for their budget proposal to divert money intended for public school students through an expanded voucher program.

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Senate District 45 includes five Appalachian counties – Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Caldwell and Watauga. Sherwood is a resident of Caldwell County. The General Election will be held on November 8.

“This proposal by the Republican-controlled Senate is an attack upon North Carolina’s most precious resource – her children,” said Sherwood. “It is also fiscally irresponsible, as it is impossible to predict how much such a program would cost.”

Sherwood continued, “Our early educational leaders such as Appalachian State University founder Dr. Blanford B. Dougherty were early advocates for leveling educational opportunities through statewide funding of schools. Diversion of funds through vouchers and charter schools is a continuation of the civil rights-era trend of developing ‘Christian’ academies to continue segregation by another name. So of course I am opposed to almost any form of public funding that does not provide for oversight by publicly elected officials.”

He offered, “I have no problem with any parent who chooses to send their child to a religious school, so long as they do not expect citizens that are not part of that religious community to pay for that experience. This is true equally for parochial Catholic schools, evangelical schools, Moslem schools, and Jewish schools.”

Sherwood added, “Teachers and parents understand that the Republican-led legislature and Governor McCrory have demonstrated time and again that they do not value public schools. They dictate to local educators from Raleigh. They have gutted critical programs in the arts and languages. They have shown disdain for public school teachers. And now they want to use taxpayer money to fund private education.”

NC outline and flagHe shared, “If the people of the 45th Senate district entrust me with the honor of serving as their voice in Raleigh, I will work to restore the North Carolina Public Schools to the place of national prominence they once enjoyed. This state has a tradition of strong public schools, and Western North Carolina has produced numerous great educators such as the renowned James C. Harper, who made the Lenoir High School band nationally known. Such excellence still exists in our schools today, but will not much longer if the GOP Senate is successful in its attempt to divert funds to the voucher program.”

As an alternative, Sherwood said, “Restoring per-pupil funding in public schools is essential to returning North Carolina to preeminence in the nation, enabling our children to prepare for the modern job market and be citizens that value civil discourse.” He added, “We also must be serious about increasing pay for our teachers. Anyone who spends just a few hours in any classroom will soon appreciate the challenge of managing a classroom. Those doing so should be paid accordingly.”

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Libertarian Candidate Slams Organizations for Limiting W.Va. Gubernatorial Debate to Two ‘Major’ Parties

Secretary of State candidate John Buckley accuses AARP, W. Va. Press Association, and W. Va. Public Broadcasting of working against the public interest

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MATHIAS, W.Va.John Buckley, the Libertarian Party candidate for West Virginia Secretary of State, today castigated the three proposed hosts of what would be an October “closed-to-the-competition” publicly broadcast debate limited to just the Republican and Democratic candidates for Governor. “Shame on the media and so-called ‘public’ broadcasting,” declared Buckley, “for once again turning their back on the public’s demonstrated interest in considering other candidates.” Libertarian Party candidate for Governor, David Moran, was formally nominated at the party’s May 7 convention, which generated front-page coverage in the Charleston Gazette-Mail and in West Virginia’s preeminent weekly business publication, The State Journal.

The three proposed hosts of the limited-participation debate – the West Virginia Press Association, West Virginia Public Broadcasting, and AARP West Virginia – held a similar GOP/Democrat restricted debate in 2014 for United States Senate, from which three other candidates, including Buckley for the Libertarian Party, were excluded.

“West Virginia Public Broadcasting should be condemned for using the public’s tax dollars to prop up the political power of Republicans and Democrats,” said Buckley. “The West Virginia Press Association is turning its back on the public interest in fair media coverage of all the candidates who have qualified for the ballot,” he added. “And it’s no wonder that AARP, one of the major lobbies for more government subsidies, bailouts, and status quo politics, seeks to trade political favors in return for continued insider access to the halls of power.” The Libertarian Party opposes government favoritism and the continued growth of state spending and taxes. “Perhaps the AARP is afraid the public might like what Libertarians have to say about smaller government,” Buckley suggested.

“If the topsy-turvy events of the current presidential election process have proved anything, it is that voters are absolutely sick to death of politics as usual,” Buckley observed. “This exclusive debate is nothing better than the three sponsors responding ‘drop dead’ to the public’s demand for clean, open elections.”

Buckley vowed, “If elected Secretary of State, I will use that office as a bully pulpit in favor of fair, transparent elections, including in particular the advocacy of inclusive debates among candidates for public office.”

The Libertarian Party is West Virginia’s third-largest political party and is fielding candidates for all six of the statewide offices up for election this year. In addition to Moran, of Preston County, for Governor and Buckley, of Hardy County, for Secretary of State, the Libertarian Party of West Virginia (LPWV) is running Karl Kolenich, Upshur County, for Attorney General; Brent Ricketts, Jefferson County, for Auditor; Michael Young, Putnam County, for Treasurer; and Buddy Guthrie, Monongalia County, for Commissioner of Agriculture. In addition, the LPWV has nominated Zane Lawhorn of Mercer County for United States House of Representatives in the Third Congressional District and several candidates for House of Delegates, State Senate, and local office.

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