John Locke Foundation: Prudent Policy / Impeccable Research - Volume DCXV | Beaufort County Now | We will offer this allotment of three with more to come; some old, most new, but all quite informative, and, moreover, necessary to understanding that in North Carolina, there is a wiser path to govern ourselves and our People.
Publisher's Note: We want our readers to understand that there is wise policy afoot here in North Carolina, and to that end, we offer these excellent videos from our associates, in prudent policy research, at the John Locke Foundation.
We will offer this allotment of three with more to come; some old, most new, but all quite informative, and, moreover, necessary to understanding that in North Carolina, there is a wiser path to govern ourselves and our People.
Locke’s Jon Sanders Explains Why Today’s Politicians Could Use ‘Canute Thinking’
Jon Sanders, John Locke Foundation senior fellow in regulatory studies and research editor, explains how today’s politicians could benefit from a history lesson from 1,000 years ago.
Carolina Journal Welcomes Donna King as Editor-in-Chief
Donna King, Carolina Journal‘s new editor-in-chief, discusses her background and her goals for the publication’s future.
Locke’s Terry Stoops Notes Judge’s Decision Not to Compel N.C. State Education Spending
Dr. Terry Stoops, director of the Center for Effective Education at the John Locke Foundation, analyzes news that Judge David Lee will not order N.C. lawmakers to spend more money on education. Lee oversees the long-running Leandro school funding lawsuit.
The New York Times was forced to issue multiple, major corrections for an article published on Wednesday that falsely claimed 900,000 children had been hospitalized for COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic.
Ana Kasparian, a cohost of the popular progressive online news show “The Young Turks,” offered a strong defense of her debate with Daily Wire editor emeritus Ben Shapiro this week, calling out the Left for “platform scolding.”
Having trouble getting a hair appointment or other services? There are three bills sitting in the Senate Rules Committee that sponsors say would loosen bureaucratic red tape for some small service businesses.