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Last week's newsletter mentioned in passing something that this week's entry will explore further. It discussed my new report promoting a state REINS Act for North Carolina, in light of findings by Beacon Hill economists that the regulatory burden imposed by North Carolina on the private sector...
The easy answer is a demonstrative yes, but the better question is: Why has the Democrat party embraced Black Lives Matter as a co-equal in their proverbial "big tent"?
Will North Carolina ever reform Medicaid? After more than two years, we aren't much closer to reform solutions today than we were a year ago.
Well, the Orange County board met, and ol' Barry tossed in his two cents for The N&O.
In previous newsletters, I've discussed how both ends of the political spectrum strive to reform our nation's health care delivery system by following through with the "triple aim" concept of former CMS administrator Dr. Donald Berwick - increase access to care, reduce health care costs, and...
In 2013, RTI International teamed with LaCapra Associates to report on "The Economic, Utility Portfolio, and Rate Impact of Clean Energy Development in North Carolina." Prepared for the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA), the report made fantastic findings that North Carolina's...
Recent events lead me to restate an argument I made several years ago in response to a belligerent correspondent: mind your own business.
Recent events lead me to restate an argument I made several years ago in response to a belligerent correspondent: mind your own business.
Recent events lead me to restate an argument I made several years ago in response to a belligerent correspondent: mind your own business.
We support community-based groups from down east where the Ocracoke Foundation is engaging the community in revitalizing its historic square on the Ocracoke Harbor to Craven County, where a joint effort is underway to create a small business incubator for potential entrepreneurs.
On Wednesday, 7/2/14, the NC House of Representatives passed House Bill #1234 "Ferry Tolling/Replacement Funds". On Thursday, 7/3/14, the House sent this Bill to the Senate by "Special Messenger" to get the bill to the Senate in a hurry.
Thank you to everyone who attended the final NC DOT Public Hearing in Ocracoke on Monday evening, 2/24/14.
Senator Bill Cook filed Senate Bill 792 to stop ferry tolling. Senator Norman Sanderson joined with Sen. Cook to find other monies to permanently replace receipts that would have been generated by ferry tolling.
While the teachers lobby claims conservative North Carolina lawmakers are waging a "full frontal assault" on educators by eliminating career status protections to weed out ineffective teachers, some education and legal experts say the state's action is aligned with a national trend to ensure childre
Thank you to everyone who attended the final NC DOT Public Hearing in Ocracoke on Monday evening, 2/24/14.
I was there when the cowboys took charge of an environmental policy meeting inside the Washington beltway and thoroughly defeated the liberal, tree hugging environmentalists.
Well, the testosterone-challenged crowd in the McClatchy newsrooms have claimed the scalp of a poor, defenseless woman who made the horrific "mistake" of allowing Gov, Pat to appoint her poet laureate.
Former Charlotte TV news anchor and radio talk show host Vince Coakley announced Tuesday that he plans to run as a Republican for the 12th congressional district seat vacated by quasi-Marxist race pimp Mel Watt.
The February issue of Smithsonian has a most interesting story for me: "The Last Days of Blackbeard" by Colin Woodard gives a brief overview of things discovered in about the last 10-20 years of contemporary research.
As a prior Army officer and Desert Storm Veteran, I have followed the VA hospital scandal with great interest, as I have earned the right to be cared for in the Veterans Administration system.
I am a primary care physician with over 20 years experience delivering care in the Army and to North Carolina's Medicaid population, and currently run a pediatric clinic in Burlington.
Accountable care organizations that are the cornerstone of the state's Medicaid reform plan are "HMOs on steroids," one national expert says, and they face certain opposition in the state Senate.
A presentation prepared by the N.C. Commerce Department's Labor and Economic Analysis Division finds a net "negative budgetary impact" of North Carolina's film incentives.
There is a deep schism in the Republican party, from Virginia's 7th Congressional District to Beaufort County, North Carolina, and beyond, where the truth from the People portends that the chasm will only widen.
Governor Pat McCrory has appointed Valerie Macon as the poet laureate of North Carolina
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