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As the 2016 election cycle approaches, North Carolina voters will witness a spirited political debate about how best to promote economic growth
During the 1787-89 debates over ratifying the U.S. Constitution, for example, North Carolina's population was divided over the necessity of a new constitution and what became known as the Bill of Rights.
It was the only real question of the evening, and the answer is that all Democrat contenders are avowed Socialists except for one - Jim Webb of Virginia.
The term "stakeholders" is used in policy debates frequently. It sounds good and steeped in important involvement. It seems less detached and predatory than "interested parties." It's an accepted convention of speech.
It has been 2 weeks since the "Great Republican Debate" and the froth and blow is going strong.
Former Virginia Senator Jim Webb has pulled out of the Democrat nomination process, and will have much to say about that decision at some point.
Ted and Bobby Tony Stamps are designed to save time in replying to the various non sequitur's of Reverend Gene, a Liberal of grand stature.
Political discussion often involves debate over competing ideas. But some partisans want no debate. They would rather declare certain views off-limits. It's a tactic that disturbs Guy Benson and Mary Katharine Ham, co-authors of the book End of Discussion: How the Left's Outrage Industry Shuts...
The heated debates over national politics that played out during the recent election campaign and its aftermath often pale in comparison to the battles that took place throughout the 1800s.
Newspapers never have been hesitant to shame a public official into appropriate behavior. It's a time-honored tradition. Have you ever noticed things like "Sen. Blowhard did not return a phone call," or "Rep. Self-Dealer did not answer an email" in news stories? Those are there not just to let...
Stroll through a college campus, and you expect to hear debate about a range of good, bad, and even crazy ideas.
The push is on, both nationally and in several states, to raise the minimum wage from its current $7.25 an hour to $10.30 nationally and as high as $15 in specific cities and states. I think it would be absolutely great if everyone who wanted a job could get one at a wage of $10 or $15 an hour...
A new advanced placement course in U.S. history has generated serious debate over exactly what information students should be taught in North Carolina public schools about our country's founding. Dr. Terry Stoops, John Locke Foundation director of research and education studies, discussed the...
The heated debates over national politics that played out during the recent election campaign and its aftermath often pale in comparison to the battles that took place throughout the 1800s.
Newspapers never have been hesitant to shame a public official into appropriate behavior. It's a time-honored tradition. Have you ever noticed things like "Sen. Blowhard did not return a phone call," or "Rep. Self-Dealer did not answer an email" in news stories? Those are there not just to let...
Stroll through a college campus, and you expect to hear debate about a range of good, bad, and even crazy ideas.
The push is on, both nationally and in several states, to raise the minimum wage from its current $7.25 an hour to $10.30 nationally and as high as $15 in specific cities and states. I think it would be absolutely great if everyone who wanted a job could get one at a wage of $10 or $15 an hour...
A new advanced placement course in U.S. history has generated serious debate over exactly what information students should be taught in North Carolina public schools about our country's founding. Dr. Terry Stoops, John Locke Foundation director of research and education studies, discussed the...
A new advanced placement course in U.S. history has generated serious debate over exactly what information students should be taught in North Carolina public schools about our country's founding. Dr. Terry Stoops, John Locke Foundation director of research and education studies, discussed the...
he drive-bys are working hard to gin up some interest in tonight's US Senate debate. They are trying to sell us on the possibility that this televised event tonight could change the course of the race.
I don't blame Thom Tillis for refusing to attend one of the three televised GOP Senate primary debates. The only mystery is why he (or any candidate) is bothering with any of them.
Quite a debate is going on over whether the student loan problem is or is not a "crisis."
This is an excellent post at the Bloomberg View blog by Megan McArdle explaining why the left and the right view the outcome of the Hobby Lobby case so very differently. She argues that part of it has to do with each side's view of religion...
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