Volume 14, Number 12 - December 2005
Table of Contents:
On the Cover:
- Immigration Issue Reaching 'Critical Mass'
- Influx of Hispanic Immigrants Hitting Schools Hardest
- Black Congressmen Decline to Condemn NC State Professor
- Economic Developer Questions Targeted State Incentives
- Teacher Pay Decision Rewards Political Ally
- Burdensome Regulatons Inhibit Participation in School Choice
- Commentary - Unions Have Stranglehold...For Now
- Charter Schools Judged Unfairly, Experts Say
- New State Superintendent Doesn't Mince Words
- UNC Center Gets Around to Discussion Poverty
- Broad Says Farewell, Details Her Accomplishments
- GAO Wants Transfer Process Streamlined
- Commentary - Will UNC Ever Be Diverse Enough?
- Commission Examines Higher Education's Role
- Recent Court Decision Undermines Rights of Student Journalists
- Municipalities Plan to Push Annexation in 2006
- Kinston's and Hickory's Airline Stories Reveal Industry Trend
- Chad Adams Commentary - Issue That Can Win
- Greensboro Puts End to Inspection of Private Hydrants
- Groups Want Taxpayers to Fund Farmland Preservation
The Learning Curve:
- Review - "Terrorism, The Laws of War, and the Constitution"
- Troy Kickler Commentary - Thomas H. Hall: 'Internal Improvements' Result in Tyranny
- Review - "The Politics of Liberty in England and Revolutionary America"
- Review - "The League of Grateful Sons"
- Daren Bakst Commentary - The Only Remedy for Kelo
- Editorial - Congress Should Take Econ 101
- John Hood Commentary - Big Food the Next Lawsuit Target
- Michael Walden Commentary - Tax Reform Involves Tough Tradeoffs
- Joseph Coletti Commentary - Paternalism Dying as People Become Own Experts
- Marc Rotterman Commentary - Air Force One Symbolizes the Soaring Spirit of Ronald Reagan
- A CJ Parody - Gov. Easley: Why I Skipped the Dolly Parton Gig
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