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Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed June as Pride Month in North Carolina to honor the state’s LGBTQ+ community, their fight for equality and the goal of creating a welcoming community for all North Carolinians.
Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed June as Pride Month in North Carolina to honor the state’s LGBTQ+ community, their fight for equality and the goal of creating a welcoming community for all North Carolinians.
 
Advancing gender equity and equality is a matter of human rights, justice, and fairness.
 
Andrew McCarthy of National Review Online dissects misleading statements from the Biden administration’s nominee for U.S. attorney general.
Andrew McCarthy of National Review Online dissects misleading statements from the Biden administration’s nominee for U.S. attorney general.
 
I applaud Congressman David Cicilline and the entire Congressional Equality Caucus for introducing the Equality Act in the House of Representatives yesterday, and I urge Congress to swiftly pass this historic legislation.
I applaud Congressman David Cicilline and the entire Congressional Equality Caucus for introducing the Equality Act in the House of Representatives yesterday, and I urge Congress to swiftly pass this historic legislation.
 
From a Birmingham jail, where he was arrested for trying to help blacks exercise their right to vote, MLK wrote: "Remember, everything that Hitler did was legal."
From a Birmingham jail, where he was arrested for trying to help blacks exercise their right to vote, MLK wrote: "Remember, everything that Hitler did was legal."
 
Stephen Moore writes at Real Clear Politics about an inconvenient fact for left-of-center supporters of COVID-19 lockdowns.
Stephen Moore writes at Real Clear Politics about an inconvenient fact for left-of-center supporters of COVID-19 lockdowns.
 
One of the more flattering (and humbling) aspects of being a columnist is that readers will respond to you, often with thought provoking comments.
One of the more flattering (and humbling) aspects of being a columnist is that readers will respond to you, often with thought provoking comments.
 
America is currently in the midst of a national conversation about race relations and inequality.
America is currently in the midst of a national conversation about race relations and inequality.
 
A man who walked more than 1,000 miles from his home in Huntsville, Alabama, to the place where George Floyd died in Minneapolis said he did so for his son’s sake and to protest injustice.
A man who walked more than 1,000 miles from his home in Huntsville, Alabama, to the place where George Floyd died in Minneapolis said he did so for his son’s sake and to protest injustice.
 
Governor Roy Cooper has declared this month as LGBTQ Pride Month in North Carolina to honor the state’s LGBTQ+ communities and their fight for equality.
Governor Roy Cooper has declared this month as LGBTQ Pride Month in North Carolina to honor the state’s LGBTQ+ communities and their fight for equality.
 
Presenting data without appropriate interpretation or context can lead to faulty conclusions, and ultimately policies that make worse the problem you presumably want to solve.
Presenting data without appropriate interpretation or context can lead to faulty conclusions, and ultimately policies that make worse the problem you presumably want to solve.
 
White started her letter by writing that she had hoped fashion would change, adding, “that doesn’t seem to be happening. I’m not trying to insult anyone or infringe upon anyone’s rights. I’m just a Catholic mother of four sons with a problem that only girls can solve: leggings.”
White started her letter by writing that she had hoped fashion would change, adding, “that doesn’t seem to be happening. I’m not trying to insult anyone or infringe upon anyone’s rights. I’m just a Catholic mother of four sons with a problem that only girls can solve: leggings.”
 
Many professors cannot resist the temptation to smuggle their personal beliefs into the courses they teach
Many professors cannot resist the temptation to smuggle their personal beliefs into the courses they teach
 
One of the least charming elements of the new push for democratic socialism by members of the media and the American Left is the utter willingness to ignore context
One of the least charming elements of the new push for democratic socialism by members of the media and the American Left is the utter willingness to ignore context
 
Worrying about wealth inequality is like worrying about the last runner in a marathon race not getting a trophy.
Worrying about wealth inequality is like worrying about the last runner in a marathon race not getting a trophy.
 
Incoming East Carolina University students will explore America's poverty crisis and social inequality in this year's Pirate Read selection
Incoming East Carolina University students will explore America's poverty crisis and social inequality in this year's Pirate Read selection
 
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement concerning the Special Session he called to address a "manufactured political issue" and a "sabotage" by the Left.
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement concerning the Special Session he called to address a "manufactured political issue" and a "sabotage" by the Left.
 
It took less than a week into the 2016-2017 academic year for several outrageous stories to surface on college campuses.
It took less than a week into the 2016-2017 academic year for several outrageous stories to surface on college campuses.
 
The first step in resolving any conflict or problem is to admit that you have one. Let's admit that we have a race problem. Not only is it divisive, but it is killing us - literally and figuratively - impeding our progress and overall welfare
The first step in resolving any conflict or problem is to admit that you have one. Let's admit that we have a race problem. Not only is it divisive, but it is killing us - literally and figuratively - impeding our progress and overall welfare
 
Much political debate in recent years has focused on income inequality in the United States and what, if anything, the federal government ought to do about it
Much political debate in recent years has focused on income inequality in the United States and what, if anything, the federal government ought to do about it
 
Women have made great progress toward equality in the workplace, but much work remains to be done, particularly in achieving work-life balance for both women and men.
Women have made great progress toward equality in the workplace, but much work remains to be done, particularly in achieving work-life balance for both women and men.
 
I recently had the honor of speaking in favor of occupational licensing reform before a legislative oversight committee.
I recently had the honor of speaking in favor of occupational licensing reform before a legislative oversight committee.
 
In a domain in which the proposed "therapies" are so drastic, it is not too much to ask for a solid, evidence-based statement of who is being treated, for what, and why, before writing a prescription or passing a law.
In a domain in which the proposed "therapies" are so drastic, it is not too much to ask for a solid, evidence-based statement of who is being treated, for what, and why, before writing a prescription or passing a law.
 
Last week I had the honor of speaking in favor of occupational licensing reform before a legislative oversight committee (you can view my presentation here)...
Last week I had the honor of speaking in favor of occupational licensing reform before a legislative oversight committee (you can view my presentation here)...
 
It is clear, even before the parties' nominees have been selected, that a central feature of this year's presidential election will be an intense debate over growth and equality.
It is clear, even before the parties' nominees have been selected, that a central feature of this year's presidential election will be an intense debate over growth and equality.
 
In Great Britain, as in the United States, a growing moral consensus and a lack of political diversity among faculty and administrators is moving higher education away from the pursuit and transmission of knowledge in favour of the promotion of politically correct values
In Great Britain, as in the United States, a growing moral consensus and a lack of political diversity among faculty and administrators is moving higher education away from the pursuit and transmission of knowledge in favour of the promotion of politically correct values
 
Growing up in Fuquay-Varina in the 1960s, Sheilah Cotten's only chance to participate in competitive sports before she entered high school was retrieving foul balls during boys' baseball games.
Growing up in Fuquay-Varina in the 1960s, Sheilah Cotten's only chance to participate in competitive sports before she entered high school was retrieving foul balls during boys' baseball games.
 
It's hard to reach the right conclusion when you start with false premises.
 
Yesterday, ace Carolina Journal reporter Dan Way brought a fascinating yet frightening UNESCO email to my attention. The organization announced a new campaign that calls on teachers "to become advocates for education to help lobby for progress toward achieving the new sustainable development agenda.
Yesterday, ace Carolina Journal reporter Dan Way brought a fascinating yet frightening UNESCO email to my attention. The organization announced a new campaign that calls on teachers "to become advocates for education to help lobby for progress toward achieving the new sustainable development agenda.
 
John Cochrane (AKA "The Grumpy Economist") has posted a long meditation entitled "Rule of Law and the Regulatory State" in which he makes a very important...
John Cochrane (AKA "The Grumpy Economist") has posted a long meditation entitled "Rule of Law and the Regulatory State" in which he makes a very important...
 
One day, Bill Bennett may be best remembered for saying (in 1987, while he was President Reagan's education secretary) that government student aid was largely responsible for the fact that the cost of going to college kept rising. What is called the "Bennett Hypothesis" has been heavily debated
One day, Bill Bennett may be best remembered for saying (in 1987, while he was President Reagan's education secretary) that government student aid was largely responsible for the fact that the cost of going to college kept rising. What is called the "Bennett Hypothesis" has been heavily debated
 
Left of-center pundits and politicians have spent a lot of time recently bemoaning growing income inequality in the United States. James Piereson, president of the William E. Simon Foundation and senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, says the focus on inequality diverts attention from more...
Left of-center pundits and politicians have spent a lot of time recently bemoaning growing income inequality in the United States. James Piereson, president of the William E. Simon Foundation and senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, says the focus on inequality diverts attention from more...
 
Governor Pat McCrory has proclaimed today, August 26, as Women's Equality Day.
 
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Research Phi Beta Cons News Releases Books We Are Reading Issues Links Current Prospective Links North Carolina College Finder North Carolina Alumni Guide Sites of Interest John Locke Foundation Carolina Journal Past Articles 7.16.14 Madness in Madison 7.14.14 Moving into the Limelight 7.11.14 Gr
 
There are quite a few cases where the new GOP administration in Raleigh has given me heartburn. But the fact that they are standing strong against the lefties and their identity politics games is encouraging.
There are quite a few cases where the new GOP administration in Raleigh has given me heartburn. But the fact that they are standing strong against the lefties and their identity politics games is encouraging.
 
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