• John Locke Update

    The Plot Thickens

    posted October 14, 2004
    One person called before a federal grand jury in the investigation of former U.S. Rep. Frank Ballance and the misuse of state funds given to his nonprofit, the John Hyman…
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    Political Punditry

    posted October 14, 2004
    If you believe Gov. Easley’s campaign ads, GOP challenger Sen. Patrick Ballantine is a tax-and-spender. John Hood told the Charlotte Observer the ads are bizarre but reveal strategy. “I think…
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    Just Blame It on Capitalism

    posted October 14, 2004
    In the latest twist on why capitalism is a bad system, author and Yale Law School Professor Amy Chua has written a book based on a thesis with which reviewer…
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    Honoring a Teacher

    posted October 14, 2004
    Earlier this year, Karen Palasek told CJ readers the wonderful story of her third grade teacher, Kay Weber Sillaway, who fostered Palasek’s love of music. Palasek was an adult when…
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    Amendment One Media Crush

    posted October 14, 2004
    Add six more reporters to the list of those who’ve turned to Chad Adams for facts about Amendment One. This week he was interviewed by the Chapel Hill News, the…
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    Questions Over Proposed Curriculum at UNC-CH

    posted October 14, 2004
    The October 6 Independent features a spread about concerns by some UNC-CH faculty over planning funding provided by The Pope Foundation for a proposed new undergraduate program in Western civilization.
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    Education Takes Center Stage

    posted October 7, 2004
    NCEA Director Lindalyn Kakadelis spent a busy week responding to media interest in education policy. The charter school report, Innovation in Education, was the topic of interviews with Charlotte…
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    Roads Study Generates Media Interest

    posted October 7, 2004
    This week’s release by JLF of a study showing that North Carolina misspent billions on roads of questionable value between 1990 and 2003 lit a fire under news organizations. An…
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    Redistribution of Wealth Still Attracts Liberals

    posted October 7, 2004
    George Leef couldn’t resist responding to the tired and flawed rhetoric offered by Jim Leutze in Metro Magazine. Leutze wrote in the September issue that if libertarians had their way…

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