Jon Guze on JLF amicus brief in Map Act case; Arthur Brooks on changing conservatives' approach to policy debate; Tom Reeder on criticism of regulatory reform; Peter Frank on educating students about free enterprise; Jon Sanders on reining in regulationsAdd This
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Nov 27, 2015 07:03 AM
State legislators recently debated the flow of Syrian refugees into North Carolina, a controversial private prison maintenance contract, and a closed-door vote to boost the pay of University of North Carolina chancellors. Rick Henderson dissects the General Assembly’s responses to those hot-button issues during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio. Terry Stoops responds toContinue Reading
Nov 25, 2015 08:15 PM
Becki Gray analyzed the upcoming N.C. candidate filing period for Time Warner Cable News’ “Capital Tonight.”
Nov 25, 2015 04:09 PM
George Leef shares with Forbes readers details of the continuing fight against civil asset forfeiture in one Western state. Back in summer, the [New Mexico] state legislature unanimously passed a bill that defangs the civil asset forfeiture viper and Governor Martinez promptly signed it into law. Amazingly, however, civil asset forfeiture continues in New Mexico,Continue Reading
Nov 24, 2015
A new report from the Tax Foundation shows how lower, simpler taxes have improved North Carolina's standing among other states and helped families and business owners in the state.
Nov 19, 2015
Long before its present designation as a “purple” state, North Carolina played a key role in resolving major American political contests.
Nov 12, 2015
Allowing a 35 percent state tax credit to sunset marks a good start.
Jul 16, 2015
The notion of "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it" has given way, even among journalists, to a multicultural fetish against offending anyone who is not Western, or who is among a media-anointed "victim class.
Jun 16, 2015
Those who read, watch, and listen to the news lose when media outlets decide to ignore the “wrong” side.
Mar 13, 2015
A news outlet’s willingness to own up to its mistakes says a lot about its credibility.