Volume 15, Number 1 - January 2006
Table of Contents:
On the Cover:
- Roanoke Rapids Projects Tap Public Funds
- Most Partnerships Manage to Avoid Conflicts of Interest
- State Rep. Bill Faison Says He's 'Incidental' Defender of Black
- Ballance Feted, Then Prison
- Dropping Enrollment Doesn't Bring Decrease in Adminstrators
- Kakadelis Commentary: NCEA Had Productive 2005
- Grassroots Baptists Assess Public Education
- What Works Best: As Arts Education Funding Shrinks, Others Stepping In
- Congressional Leaders Examine BCS System
- Committee Report on President of HCC Expected After Holidays
- FIRE Releases Thought-Reform Guide
- Leef Commentary: Mandatory Student Fees Should End
- Sanders Commentary: Top 10 Nuttiest Campus Events in 2005
- Maloney's Documentaries Expose Liberal Bias in Higher Education
- Issues: Let's Abandon Any Notion of Using Central Educational Planning
- Study of Urban Transportation in NC Cites Revenue Needs
- Adams Commentary: Zoning vs. Planning
- Rental Cars New Tax Target
- Wilmington Convention Center on Hold Due to Lackluster Plan
- Mental Health Reform Rough Going in North Carolina
The Learning Curve:
- Book Review: "Living it Up at National Review"
- Book Review: "They Made America"
- Book Review: "The West's Last Chance"
- Kickler Commentary: Anti-Federalist Willie Jones Was One of Nation's Co-Founders
- Wagner Commentary: Yes, Samantha, There Is a God
- Editorial: Triangle Gets Great News on Rail
- Editorial: Death-Penalty Polls Mislead
- Editorial: Food Fights an Absurd Waste
- Hood Commentary: Take Fantasy Out of State Budget
- Walden Commentary: Consumers Dictate 'Creative Destruction"
- Sanera Commentary: Going Out to Eat? Let City Government Choose Your Restaurant
- Letter to Editor: Musings While on the Metro in Washington, D.C.
- Jailhouse Crock: More Political Going-Away Parties (a CJ parody)
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