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    Book Reviews

    posted November 16, 2006
    George Leef has been busy this week. In the Future of Freedom Foundation‘s monthly release, George reviews Timothy P. Carney’s The Big Ripoff: How Big Business and Big Government…
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    Two Ecological Points

    posted November 16, 2006
    Global warming alarmists turn to Al Gore for leadership.  Global warming realists in North Carolina may be turning to Roy Cordato. At least that’s what the Kiwanis Club in Roxboro…
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    How Doth the Little Crocodile

    posted November 16, 2006
    According to a Lewis Carroll poem, the crocodile always seems ready to catch a fish, not with might, but with cunning. The same could be said of government and its…
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    More Election Coverage

    posted November 16, 2006
    The dying embers of a fire started in mourning for the Republican Party is keeping warm the spirit of conservatism for some pundits. Among them is Marc Rotterman, whose article…
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    No One Else He’d Rather Hate

    posted November 9, 2006
    While interviewing Dan Rather on his recent job as an investigative reporter for HDNet, stand-in co-host Donna Martinez on WPTF’s (680-AM) morning talk show questioned whether he stood by his…
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    Post-Election Wrap-Up

    posted November 9, 2006
    As he does every election cycle, John Hood provided a recap and expert opinion on this year’s mid-term elections. For the most erudite glance, go to National Review Online.
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    Zoning Battles

    posted November 9, 2006
    Problems with Vance County’s proposed zoning ordinances prompted a quick reply from Chad Adams when they arose, nearly a year ago.  Since then, Chad and the Locke Foundation have helped…
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    Takes On Testing

    posted November 9, 2006
    The worse-than-anticipated drop in passing rates for students taking End-of-Grade math tests didn’t surprise Terry Stoops and Lindalyn Kakadelis. Terry explained New Hanover County’s woes in the Wilmington Star-News. …
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    More Than Meets The Eye

    posted November 9, 2006
    The JLF‘s Faculty Affiliate Network recently held an event at Duke University.  You might have read about it in the Raleigh News & Observer without knowing that it was a…
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    The Many Facets of Bond

    posted November 2, 2006
    To the Education Bureaucracy, it seems like the world is never enough. It’s as if every citizen is made in the Midas mold, seeing school buildings with a golden eye…

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