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West Liberty University (WLU) is the oldest college in West Virginia's state supported higher ed system. I have taught there since 2007 and was promoted to full professor last year
How do North Carolinians feel about their schools and how their children are educated? The November Civitas Poll provided plenty of good information about those topics.
Conservatives have great ideas for improving Americans' lives, but too many people believe conservatives care little about helping people other than "the rich."
Lately, tenure has come under heavy criticism, particularly from conservatives who maintain that it protects incompetent, ignorant, or indifferent teachers to the detriment of students
Constitutional conservatives who are legal residents of North Carolina and who are 18 years old or older are invited to participate in New Bern in a state wide TEA Party Constitutional Caucus on Saturday, October 17, at the Double Tree Hotel located at 100 Middle Street.
Lately the media has made a huge issue of immigration, especially illegal immigration and the whole Anchor Baby issue.
On net, this year's final budget deal can be viewed positively by conservatives. Tipping the scales in favor of the spending plan include: a net tax cut of nearly $400 million over two years, allowing the renewable energy tax credit to expire, elimination of taxpayer support for the highly...
Conservatives seeking inspiration, guidance, and perhaps a few words of caution can find all that in "Conservative Heroes," the latest book from Raleigh businessman and author Garland S. Tucker III.
We've heard some tough talk. Everyone is beating their chest getting ready for the upcoming elections.
A group of conservatives opposed to the death penalty have started raising awareness of their cause to state leaders.
Finally. Now that the 2015 General Assembly has adjourned, there's a lot for conservatives to celebrate. This was a session built on the principles that started to turn the state around in 2011.
Among conservatives around the country, North Carolina has become a superstar - a place where innovative ideas, sustained investment, diligence, and political acumen have combined to produce an impressive string of hard-won victories.
We've expressed our dismay at recent legislation - sponsored by a hodge-podge of statist Democrats, RINOs, and reputed conservatives - to extend the 35 percent credit for solar energy production for five years.
What do President Barack Obama and a growing number of Republicans in the North Carolina General Assembly have in common? The answer - their love of major solar energy companies - Big Solar, for short.
The Civitas 2015 Conservative Leadership Conference (CLC) this past weekend kicked off on Friday with thought-provoking insights from a range of speakers, including two potential presidential candidates, Dr. Ben Carson and former Sen. Rick Santorum.
A greater reliance on federalism could help address key political concerns for both traditional conservatives and libertarians.
Conservatives and Republicans should avoid spending too much time asking who can win the White House in 2016. Instead they should identify the candidate who can lead once he's in office.
A greater reliance on federalism could help address key political concerns for both traditional conservatives and libertarians.
Conservatives and Republicans should avoid spending too much time asking who can win the White House in 2016. Instead they should identify the candidate who can lead once he's in office.
The Civitas 2015 Conservative Leadership Conference (CLC) this past weekend kicked off on Friday with thought-provoking insights from a range of speakers, including two potential presidential candidates, Dr. Ben Carson and former Sen. Rick Santorum.
What do President Barack Obama and a growing number of Republicans in the North Carolina General Assembly have in common? The answer - their love of major solar energy companies - Big Solar, for short.
Conservatives and Republicans should avoid spending too much time asking who can win the White House in 2016. Instead they should identify the candidate who can lead once he's in office.
A greater reliance on federalism could help address key political concerns for both traditional conservatives and libertarians.
Stan has spurred me to further research over the Conservative / Liberal split. Unbeknownst to me a good old High School buddy supplied me with the ultimate answer!
Here we go again. Or maybe I should say "Here they go again". "They" would be the Anointed One and his merry group of sycophants led by Ms. Reid's boy, Harry and Ms. Schumer's boy, Charlie.
Here we go again. The conservatives (read Republicans) are taking a beating again.
Newspapers, activists and all who care about open government recently celebrated "Sunshine Week." Now it's time for North Carolina conservatives to make 2014 Sunshine Year.
After November 2012, when Pat McCrory was elected North Carolina's first Republican governor since 1992 and voters reelected a GOP majority in both legislative chambers for the first time since the 1860s, displaced Democrats, liberal editorialists, and left-wing activists began pursuing a...
Many have pointed to the lack of ethics in journalism these days. Many times I have bemoaned the fact that ethics has been replaced by bias, leftist agenda pushing, and the active hiding of any story that might be harmful to Democrats, the left, and the government.
Fiscal conservatives think government is too large, costs too much, and tries to do too much.
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