North Carolina has been under a state of emergency for nearly a third of Roy Cooper’s tenure. Is this a successful governorship?
Greensboro’s Syngenta Owned By ChemChina
In light of recent concerns about the amount of foreign-owned agricultural land in North Carolina, it is worth noting the risk extends beyond mere land: Syngenta Seeds, LLC, one of the world's largest developers and producers of seeds for farmers and based in Greensboro, was bought in 2017 by ChemChina as part of a merger.
Economist: Most food prices won’t go back down in 2024
At the recent 19th annual Agriculture Development Forum, Dr. Jeffrey Dorfman gave his predictions for agriculture's economic outlook. He warns that many people believe if inflation goes down, prices will too, but that may not be the case.
The left is organizing. Are you?
The John Locke Foundation organization, including the Carolina Journal, was recently subpoenaed in the lawsuit filed by left-leaning Democracy NC, NC Black Alliance, and the League of Women Voters North Carolina. They are perennially litigious groups that target policy from the Republican legislature, and are now suing the State Board of Elections members to stop...
Citizens slam potential mask mandates at Tuesday hearing
More than 100 people attended the North Carolina Department of Labor’s two public hearings on Tuesday to consider re-implementing masking and social distancing requirements for businesses.