Carolina Journal Print Edition

Volume 16, Number 1 – January 2007

• FBI: Groups with terror ties work in N.C.
• Refugee from Sudan experienced brutal side of Islam

• Dr. Hamdy Radwan discusses Raleigh MAS with Carolina Journal, Page 6

• Finding space for students of burned school not easy, Page 9
• Kakadelis commentary: Schools as psychiatrists, Page 9
• Expansion budget request adds $370 million, Page 10
• Wilson charter uses travel as educationa Focus, Page 11

• NC State faculty challenge potential donation, Page 12
• Private colleges, universities want part-timers to get grants, Page 13
• Leef commentary: Skills college grads really need, Page 13
• Bats in the Belltowere, Page 14
• Hamilton College refuses gift to fund Wester Civ center, page 14
• Issues in Higher Education: What is the National Survey on Student Engagement telling us?, Page 15

• Counties undecided on Medicaid swap idea, Page 16
• Kinston’s air loss not unusual, Page 17
• Adams commentary: Bureaucrats’ survival tips, Page 17
• From Cherokee to Currituck: EMT overtime pay upheld, Page 18
• Claims of streetcar advocates don’t live up to reality, Page 19

• Book review: America Alone by Mark Steyn, Page 20
• Kickler commentary: Hostility to taxes an mismanagement of revenue not new, Page 21
• Short Takes on Culture, Page 22
• Book review: Mavericks at Work by William C. Taylor and Polly LaBarre, page 22
• Book Review: Reason by Robert B. Reich, Page 23

• Lowrey commentary: Tolls won’t fix poor policy, Page 24
• Editorial: New speaker must seek reforms, Page 24
• Editorial: Make trust fund regional, Page 25
• Editorial: Cut pork, then let’s talk, Page 25
• Hood commentary: The problem with freedom, Page 25
• Walden commentary: Is manufacturing still alive and kicking?, page 26
• Letters to the editor, Page 27

• Parting Shot (a CJ parody): New training program targets leaf-blowing diversity, Page 28