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.


July

Jul. 31st — No. 906: Supersizing Is Kryptonite to Families
Consolidation of schools into mega institutions is costly and can't meet the individual needs of students.

Jul. 31st — No. 905: Large Donations vs. University Control
The Charles Robertson family and Princeton University dispute who has control over the use of family's donation.

Jul. 20th — No. 903: Bailey's Conservative Manifesto Helped Stymie FDR's New Deal
U.S. Sen. Josiah Bailey of North Carolina (1930-1936) considered FDR's New Deal program harmful to the nation.

Jul. 20th — No. 904: Carolina Corruption: Politicians Giving Us the Devil
Tar Heel accomplishments can't overcome the damage done by the state's widespread political corruption.

Jul. 20th — Corruption Forms Storm Clouds Over NC
Tar Heel accomplishments can't overcome the damage done by the state's widespread political corruption.

Jul. 10th — No. 901: Why Don't the Media Investigate Terrorists?
Rather than hindering the U.S. war effort, the media should investigate terrorists' infiltration of our homeland.

Jul. 10th — No. 902: Sales Ratios a Moving Target
An accurate accounting of sales ratios and timely collections of property taxes are vital to maintaining localities' revenues.

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