Terry Stoops on K-12 legislative issues; Mike Lowrey on toll road plans; Buck Newton asks utility officials about Atlantic coast pipeline; June Atkinson & Kim Fink on revised AP U.S. History course; George Leef on push to send most kids to collegeAdd This
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Feb 01, 2015 11:13 AM
Rob Christensen of The News & Observer makes the case today for expanding bus service, not adding light rail, in Raleigh. A snippet: Before we sink huge bundles of money into a light-rail system, I think a stronger case needs to be made, given our limited resources. I am not alone. In January, the 70-memberContinue Reading
Jan 30, 2015 04:26 PM
Ronald and Nancy Reagan being entertained by a really funny comedy juggler.
Jan 30, 2015 03:20 PM
China’s education minister is banning textbooks “promoting Western values” or criticizing the Communist Party of China (CCP). He was quoted in a Chinese newspaper as forbidding “remarks that slander the leadership” of the CCP or “smear socialism.” My first reaction is to wonder what effect this will have on American satellite campuses like Duke Kunshan University,Continue Reading
Jan 29, 2015
State government should not be in the business of giving special favors to developers in the form of targeted tax credits, for historic preservation or any other purpose.
Jan 15, 2015
Lawmakers have an opportunity to build on recent success in North Carolina.
Jan 08, 2015
A "big idea" from two visionaries has resulted in an influential organization that is considered to be the gold standard of state-based think tanks.
Oct 21, 2014
Journalists fall short of long-established standards when they allow officials to peruse and even edit their reports.
Sep 23, 2014
You’d have thought by now that the news media would have learned the hard lessons of prejudging a story or a situation before all the facts are in.
Sep 17, 2014
Media outlets should think twice about maintaining cozy relationships with murderous regimes.