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We've provided a lot of coverage to the saga of Gene Nichol, the alleged law professor at UNC, who appears to do little more with his six-figure salary than publish articles bashing Republicans.
You've heard the spin the media, the progressives and the professors have put on the closing of the UNC Center on Poverty, Work and Opportunity, but let's step back and look at what this is and isn't about.
That's right, folks. The drive-by media, already trying to paint liberal gasbag and self-anointed "poverty" expert Gene Nichol as some Christ-like martyr, let this little gem slip,
In a draft report released this week, the working group of the University of North Carolina Board of Governors has completed its review of the 240 research centers scattered among the system campuses. It recommends further review of only 13 and closure of just three.
It's particularly disgusting to see our state's drive-by media try to compare the UNC Board of Governors' decision to shut down a scam on the Chapel Hill campus to McCarthyism or the state's one-time speaker ban.
One issue that gets North Carolinian blood boiling is the former Center for Work, Poverty, and Opportunity at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's law school. To conservatives it is a symbol of the left's abuse of its dominance of academia, in which a Democratic politician...
If the recent review of campus-based centers by the University of North Carolina Board of Governors was all an elaborate ruse to silence a critic of state Republicans, it would probably qualify as the most improbable, elaborate, and ineffective conspiracy in North Carolina history.
If the recent review of campus-based centers by the University of North Carolina Board of Governors was all an elaborate ruse to silence a critic of state Republicans, it would probably qualify as the most improbable, elaborate, and ineffective conspiracy in North Carolina history.
If the recent review of campus-based centers by the University of North Carolina Board of Governors was all an elaborate ruse to silence a critic of state Republicans, it would probably qualify as the most improbable, elaborate, and ineffective conspiracy in North Carolina history.
If the recent review of campus-based centers by the University of North Carolina Board of Governors was all an elaborate ruse to silence a critic of state Republicans, it would probably qualify as the most improbable, elaborate, and ineffective conspiracy in North Carolina history.
That's right, folks. The drive-by media, already trying to paint liberal gasbag and self-anointed "poverty" expert Gene Nichol as some Christ-like martyr, let this little gem slip,
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.
A public records request filed by the Civitas Institute confirms that the UNC Poverty Center continues to use publicly funded resources for blatantly political activities in ways that are inappropriate, violate UNC policies, and possibly illegal.
There is a UNC professor whose controversial opinion articles have gotten the "campus roiling," to use a phrase from The News & Observer's editorialist Jim Jenkins, so much so that "it's clear" they want him gone.
The political debate in North Carolina has me seeing double. A double standard, that is. On Tuesday, longtime Duke University health care scholar Chris Conover testified before the General Assembly's new Joint Study Committee on the Affordable Care Act and Implementation Issues. Conover's...
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