Carolina Beat | 2006 Archive


Can't find that insight you're looking for? Look here for opinion pieces and editorials from the staff of the Carolina Journal, John Locke Foundation, North Carolina Education Alliance, Pope Center for Higher Education and the Center for Local Innovation on every issue from politics to education.


Mar. 29th — No. 894: Lunsford Lane: Entrepreneurial Pioneer Succeeded Despite Slavery
Despite slavery and overwhelming odds and discrimination, Lunsford Lane found success as an entrepreneur.

Mar. 29th — No. 893: Single-Sex Classes? Education Starts With Adults
We can debate the merits of single-sex classes, but not whether children learn from their role models — adults.

Mar. 10th — No. 892: The Annual 'By the Numbers' Report
The Center for Local Innovation's By the Numbers report provides a realistic perspective of where local taxpayers' money is going.

Mar. 10th — No. 891: Oil Will Be in Our Future
Consumers and environmentalists might wish for substitutes, but the United States will depend on oil for some time.

Mar. 6th — No. 889: Edenton Tea Party Inspired Defense of Liberty
Many Americans have heard of the Boston Tea Party of 1773. Far fewer can tell of the Edenton Tea Party of 1774—the first organized women’s political action in U.S. history.

Mar. 6th — No. 890: A Call for Democratic Reform in North Carolina
The entire political machinery in North Carolina is rotten to the core. Sticking good people into a rotten corrupt system tends to produce corrupt politicians and corrupt legislation.

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