Monday, August 27, 2012


Here's what the Wake County Democrat Party has planned:

The Wake County Democratic Party is proud to honor the 2012 Democratic Heroes, Rep. Jennifer Weiss and Rep. Grier Martin. Net proceeds for the event will be provided to the Wake County Democratic Party for efforts this fall! Join us on Monday, September 10, for this event.

Remarks by Wake County Clerk of Court Lorrin Freeman, Lillian's List Executive Director Carol Teal, and House Democratic Whip Rick Glazier. Come out to meet the various candidates running this election cycle. In Wake County, we have over 30 Democrats including President Barack Obama on the ballot. They all need our help to defeat right-wing Republican opponents!

 This is the 5th annual Wake Democratic Men's Heroes event. Previous recipients:

2007-Miriam Block

2008-Betty Ann Knudsen

2009-Harold Webb

2010-Al Adams

2011-Charles Meeker & Anne McLaurin

There will be a sit-down dinner and cash bar. Vegetarian meals upon request.

Want to take a bigger role towards victory? Become a Sponsor:

Platinum Sponsor: $ 250 (includes two meals)

Gold Sponsor: $ 100 (includes one meal)

Silver Sponsor $ 75 (includes one meal)

Respond by September 3rd in order to have your name in the program.

Individual Meal $ 40 for Democratic Men's Members/Additional meals for sponsors

Individual Meal-Non-member/non-sponsor $ 50

Annual Democratic Men's Membership--$ 20

Individual tickets at the door only if available

Checks should be made payable to: Wake County Democratic Men's Club and mailed to

Adrian W. Dellinger, Treasurer, 2101 Mariner Circle, Raleigh, NC 27603.

*Please include the sponsorhip level, name(s) to be listed as sponors, and employer/occupation.

If you have any questions please call Ronnie Condrey at 919-819-9075 or email Adrian Dellinger at

-Forward to Victory 2012-

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Today Dr. Jim .....

Today the all knowing Dr. Jim "I'm smarter than you" Martin demanded an immediate meeting with Superintendent (oops I mean Coach) Tom O'Brien to review NC State's football program for this fall.

After the successful season last fall and O'Brien's remarks of strong progress that he wants to build upon, Jim Martin said that we should not expect success and a careful review of the data shows that. He said that it is "common" that when the "core" players leave the team will decline and that the gains were only because we had several years with veteran players and the team's structure will now change.

He also wants to lecture the offensive and defensive coordinators concerning their playbook. Dr. Jim has conducted an analysis of NC State's offensive and defensive strategy the last several years and has found flaws. He wants to dictate (oops I mean show) to them how he can design it better.