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Alot has been made about the dynamic rookie quarterback for the Carolina Panthers. Cam Newton came out of college with controversy hanging over his head. Many believe he would be a bust and many believe he would be a superstar.
So far this season we have seen flashes of greatness and a few rookie mistakes. We have only won one game so far this season. That can not be blamed on Cam Newton alone, but in the end winning and losing falls on the shoulders of the Quarterback and the Coach.
In the end Cam Newton may be the real deal. What are your thoughts?
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We all have our opinions and we want to know what you think about how President Barack Obama is handing the many issues accross America. The Democratic National Convention comes to Charlotte next year. Charlotte and the State of North Carolina will have a lot to say about the next Presidential Election.
We want to know what you think about President Obama. The President has been criticized for how he has handled the economy and the recession. Many believe he was left with an unmanagement mess by President Bush.
President Obama has proposed a new Jobs Plan that would cost an estimated $447 billion.
Are we spending too much? Voice your opinion Charlotte. Participate ...
Date: 9-26-11 Carolina Panthers 16 | Jacksonville Jaquars 10
A big win for the Carolina Panthers against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The game was not pretty from the beginning and once the rain started it got even uglier. The Panthers found a way to pull it out in the end with a nice drive to score a touchdown late in the 4th quarter.
One of Cam Newton's favorite targets Greg Olsen caught the winning touchdown.
Highlights include a great performance from the defense minus the collapse at the end of the first half which led to a touchdown by the Jaquars.
A big concern still seems to be the run game. DeAngelo Williams had 10 rusheds for a total of 18 yar ...
Tuesday in Washington, the 2011 Broad Prize was awarded to our very own Charlotte-Mecklenburg School System for their outstanding acedemic progress.
It has been a long road for CMS who has faced many challenges and much criticism for layoffs, policy changes and school closings. The optimism, hard wark and dedication of its more than 17,000 employess, administrators and officials has finally paid off. Charlotte beat out 75 other districts including the three other finalists. In addition to bragging rights and national recognition, the honored district recieves $550,000 in scholarships to be used for those students who have a financial need and have shown outstanding acedemic acheive ...