Carolina Journal Print Edition

Volume 14, Number 7 – July 2005

• State to Counties: We Like School Consolidation
• Think Tank Gives NC Mixed Reviews on Welfare Reforms

• Tobacco Trust’s Final Report on Fingerprint Company Released
• Basnight’s Solution Would Create East Coast’s Longest Pier
• Basnight’s Company Pays Up

• Is Philanthropy Just a Bucket in an Ocean?
• Choice Can Aid Special Needs
• More Money Doesn’t Mean Better
• Homeschool Convention Packs them in

• Report Proposes Changing UNC Governance
• New Diversity Post at ECU
• Don’t Question UNC’s ‘Edwards Center’
• NC House Moves to Repeal Tuition Waiver for NCSSM Grads

• BRAC Choices Mixed Bag for North Carolina
• Tax Refunds Targeted for Debt
• The Time for TABOR is Now
• Union County Considering Moratorium on Subdivisions
• Report Finds Cities Better Off Improving Bus Service

• Levin’s ‘Men in Black’ Exposes Court’s Perversion of U.S. Constitution
• ‘Meltdown’: Dissecting Myths of Global Warming

• Media No Longer Gatekeepers
• ‘Incentives’ Are Simply Bribes
• Kelo Decision a Disaster
• Another Privatization Idea
• What Gets Inflation Started? Money!

• Future Citizens find Memos From ‘Phantom of the Capitol’