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Editors at Issues and Insights wonder why advocates of an increase in the government-mandated minimum wage ignore clear, convincing evidence of its ill effects.
Editors at Issues and Insights wonder why advocates of an increase in the government-mandated minimum wage ignore clear, convincing evidence of its ill effects.
 
John Daniel Davidson of the Federalist delivers some bad news to anti-Trumpers inside and outside the Republican Party.
John Daniel Davidson of the Federalist delivers some bad news to anti-Trumpers inside and outside the Republican Party.
 
The single best thing that can happen on November 3 is for Trump to win by landslide , or by a margin that is large enough not to be disputed.
The single best thing that can happen on November 3 is for Trump to win by landslide , or by a margin that is large enough not to be disputed.
 
The latest legal challenge to North Carolina’s Opportunity Scholarships has yet to head to a courtroom.
 
The U.S. Supreme Court has struck down a rule banning religious private schools from participating in scholarship programs.
The U.S. Supreme Court has struck down a rule banning religious private schools from participating in scholarship programs.
 
This week, the Dan Forest for Governor campaign has launched three new coalitions of supporters.
This week, the Dan Forest for Governor campaign has launched three new coalitions of supporters.
 
A leaked video from a Google "all hands meeting" following the 2016 presidential election shows the tech giant's top executives voicing their opposition to Donald Trump and making disparaging remarks about the newly-elected president's supporters.
A leaked video from a Google "all hands meeting" following the 2016 presidential election shows the tech giant's top executives voicing their opposition to Donald Trump and making disparaging remarks about the newly-elected president's supporters.
 
Psychologists, while studying how rats react to sudden changes in their organized colonies observed a behavioral pattern in" normal" colonies.
Psychologists, while studying how rats react to sudden changes in their organized colonies observed a behavioral pattern in" normal" colonies.
 
Psst, here is a little secret, almost everything you do on a computer is part of a poll. Every click is recorded by someone as a vote for or against something. Just visiting a website is a vote. It could be a mistake or on purpose. Every search you make is recorded
Psst, here is a little secret, almost everything you do on a computer is part of a poll. Every click is recorded by someone as a vote for or against something. Just visiting a website is a vote. It could be a mistake or on purpose. Every search you make is recorded
 
"You know, to just be grossly generalistic, you could put half of Trump's supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables. Right?" Hillary Clinton told a crowd, which reacted with laughter and applause.
"You know, to just be grossly generalistic, you could put half of Trump's supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables. Right?" Hillary Clinton told a crowd, which reacted with laughter and applause.
 
Yesterday, one of Hillary Clinton's top supporters and New Hampshire's Democrat Senate candidate Maggie Hassan refused three times to say if she thought Hillary Clinton was honest and trustworthy.
Yesterday, one of Hillary Clinton's top supporters and New Hampshire's Democrat Senate candidate Maggie Hassan refused three times to say if she thought Hillary Clinton was honest and trustworthy.
 
Opponents say a tax on plastic bags being explored by the Raleigh City Council would be "extraordinarily regressive," could cost consumers $1.8 million annually, would not help the environment, and may be unconstitutional.
Opponents say a tax on plastic bags being explored by the Raleigh City Council would be "extraordinarily regressive," could cost consumers $1.8 million annually, would not help the environment, and may be unconstitutional.
 
At last week's government relations committee meeting for the Wake County School Board, school board member Jim Martin called current legislative efforts to correct Common Core problems "very much a political overreach." According to news reports, Martin then fired this shot...
At last week's government relations committee meeting for the Wake County School Board, school board member Jim Martin called current legislative efforts to correct Common Core problems "very much a political overreach." According to news reports, Martin then fired this shot...
 
Supporters of private school vouchers rallied Tuesday outside the Legislative Building urging lawmakers to lift the cap on the number of students eligible to receive the vouchers in the coming school year.
Supporters of private school vouchers rallied Tuesday outside the Legislative Building urging lawmakers to lift the cap on the number of students eligible to receive the vouchers in the coming school year.
 
Well, it appears Walter Jones is picking up another primary opponent.
 
Supporters of a bill giving the state treasurer's office greater flexibility to invest money from the state's $81 billion pension plan affecting teachers...
Supporters of a bill giving the state treasurer's office greater flexibility to invest money from the state's $81 billion pension plan affecting teachers...
 
The mainstream media is chattering away about this party "remake" report issued by a group of establishment Republicans.
The mainstream media is chattering away about this party "remake" report issued by a group of establishment Republicans.
 
In 2009, the NC General Assembly passed S.L. 2009-464, also known as the Racial Justice Act. The law provided that in capital cases defendants could use statistical evidence to prove racial bias in their case.
In 2009, the NC General Assembly passed S.L. 2009-464, also known as the Racial Justice Act. The law provided that in capital cases defendants could use statistical evidence to prove racial bias in their case.
 
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