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Tomorrow at 9:00 AM, December 9, Representatives Walter B. Jones (NC-3) and Thomas Massie (KY-4) will hold a press conference in the House Triangle on their bill to de-authorize the office allowances, franking privileges, and staff help that former speakers of the House enjoy when leave office...
Governor Pat McCrory signed an executive order today to crack down on employee misclassification practices in North Carolina.
Governor Pat McCrory has nominated Christopher Loutit for appointment to the North Carolina Industrial Commission, pending approval by the North Carolina General Assembly.
A few days a week, I ride a Triangle Transit 301 bus to and from the palatial Civitas HQ in the Warehouse District of Raleigh. But even as a transit rider, my blood runs cold when I hear government planners are plotting ways to bring throw taxpayers' money at light-rail systems and commuter rail...
Now you can learn the school of economic thought that politicians, mainstream economic professors and Paul Krugman don't want you to know about - right in the palm of your hand.
Over the past few decades, much of American higher education has become ideologically left wing. You might have thought, however, that business schools could resist the trend. You'd be mistaken.
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) announced the opening of a new regional office in High Point, NC, and the relocation of his Charlotte, NC, office.
A thought occurred to me as I was traveling in and around the Piedmont Triad region of North Carolina. The notion didn't have to do with my location but was instead prompted by the lecture I was listening to on the way.
A thought occurred to me as I was traveling in and around the Piedmont Triad region of North Carolina. The notion didn't have to do with my location but was instead prompted by the lecture I was listening to on the way.
Governor Pat McCrory has nominated Christopher Loutit for appointment to the North Carolina Industrial Commission, pending approval by the North Carolina General Assembly.
Over the past few decades, much of American higher education has become ideologically left wing. You might have thought, however, that business schools could resist the trend. You'd be mistaken.
A few days a week, I ride a Triangle Transit 301 bus to and from the palatial Civitas HQ in the Warehouse District of Raleigh. But even as a transit rider, my blood runs cold when I hear government planners are plotting ways to bring throw taxpayers' money at light-rail systems and commuter rail...
Now you can learn the school of economic thought that politicians, mainstream economic professors and Paul Krugman don't want you to know about - right in the palm of your hand.
A thought occurred to me as I was traveling in and around the Piedmont Triad region of North Carolina. The notion didn't have to do with my location but was instead prompted by the lecture I was listening to on the way.
Governor Pat McCrory has nominated Christopher Loutit for appointment to the North Carolina Industrial Commission, pending approval by the North Carolina General Assembly.
Senator Thom Tillis takes action and relates it to his constituents through these press releases.
It has become more obvious that the majority of the Beaufort County leadership offices are occupied by bullies.
Last week I sent you an estimate of the operation expense advantage that could be achieved by a remodeling the Washington courthouse as opposed to building in Chocowinity.
The Gang of Four, consisting of Commissioners Lnagley, Booth, Belcher, and Klemm, are proceeding to build a new jail as if the November elections are over and they won.
A group of citizens has filed a lawsuit against the Town of Chocowinity in an attempt to correct what the suit alleges was a violation of the law in the June 3, 2014 decision of the Town Board to amend the town's zoning ordinance to permit a jail.
In a major development in the ongoing debate about building a new jail, the County received a letter today that advised the USDA staff of the Rural Development department of the USDA's state office that the USDA would not fund a loan to build the jail without a vote of the people.
The video clips below are of last Monday's (7-7-14) public hearing on the proposed financing of the jail/public safety center.
In conversations with John Nelms, Manager of Economic Development for Duke Energy, Nelms told us: "no one with Duke has made such a statement." He went on to explain to us that the Site Assessment was not going to address the issue of whether a jail should be located in the park.
In the ongoing saga of local government over-reach with a pinch of politician disdain for the democratic process of allowing the electorate to participate in a general obligation bond, Chocowinity gets sued by its citizens..
Those in attendance at the special called meeting of the Beaufort County Commission today (2-27-14) were exposed to one of the worst displays of arrogance in government we have ever seen in 38 years of attending such meetings.
At the February 3, 2014 Board of Commissioners' meeting Hood Richardson offered a motion to petition Superior Court Judge Wayland Sermons to dissolve the current order related to the jail.
The Town of Chocowinity Planning Board, meeting in regular monthly session Tuesday (4-21-14), voted unanimously to deny a request by Beaufort County to amend the zoning ordinance to allow for a jail in the L1 zoning classification which would have the effect of blocking a jail
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