(9.11.09) Belief In The Power of One Personís Actions
Today is a day to remember the roles we must play in preserving and protecting a prosperous society.
(7.10.09) Seeking the Targets of Opportunity
Some of the best employment options in the years ahead have nothing to do with a four-year college education.
(5.01.09) A Larger Dose of the Old Medicine Will Not Work
N.C. education officials should consider the benefits of choice and competition, rather than repackaged nonsense, to improve the failing Halifax schools.
(2.26.09) When the Gut Rules the Head
We all lose when policymakers enshrine irrational fear in laws and regulations.
(2.20.09) How Irrational Fear Can Drain Your Wallet
North Carolinians could face higher prices and more restrictions, just because some politicians build irrational fear into public policy.
(12.23.08) A Choice For Kids With Special Needs
A proposed tax credit would expand educational choices for students who need the most options.
(12.05.08) Helping Special Kids Access the Services They Deserve
While children with special needs will not have a high-profile advocate in the vice president's office, North Carolina can take steps to help their parents secure the best education for them.
(9.17.08) Some Global Warming Alarmists Target the Dinner Table
Fears about climate change could lead to changes in the items on your daily menu.
(9.12.08) New Livestock Restrictions? I Have a Beef With That Idea
Those who fear the impact of livestockís methane emissions want government at all levels to add costly new regulations for farmers.
(7.17.08) A New Type of Ambulance Chaser
A proposed "organ ambulance" raises serious questions about the ethics of donation policies.