Source Archives: John Locke Foundation

  • Still no resolution of major 2019 N.C. Supreme Court cases

    The latest batch of opinions from the N.C. Supreme Court does nothing to resolve high-profile legal disputes addressed in my latest Daily Journal. Each of those disputes — including cases related to the now-repealed Racial Justice Act, the N....

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  • Martin Center column explores ‘brutal and beautiful art’ of education

    Jacob Bruggeman writes for the Martin Center about the liberating role of education. A liberal education, however, is not just essential for the self-reflection and formation captured in Westover’s story. It is a central component of responsible citizenship. ...

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  • A handy list to have if Bernie Sanders ends up winning the Democratic nomination

    David Drucker of the Washington Examiner is compiling a list of Democrats who believe Bernie Sanders would be a terrible presidential nominee. As Sanders, 78, has cemented front-runner status in the Democratic primary, veteran party operatives, prominent liberal figures and elected ...

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  • Haley vs. Sanders

    Adam Kredo reports for the Washington Free Beacon about one high-profile critic of the Democratic presidential front-runner. Former Trump administration ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley delivered a stinging rebuke of socialism on Wednesday during a speech at a ...

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  • NO SURPRISE BILLS at Greenville Surgery Center

    Imagine going into a surgery knowing exactly what your bill would be at the end. It’s hard to imagine in America’s secretive world of health care, but that is exactly what Greenville-based surgeon Wade Naziri offers ...

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  • Filling in some facts about Bloomberg’s past

    Jim Geraghty offers National Review Online readers a list of things they probably didn’t know about former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. 1. Bloomberg got his start on the path to corporate titanhood when he was paid $10 million ...

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  • Questioning Bernie’s appeal

    David Harsanyi of National Review Online questions why many Americans seem ready to embrace a socialist like Bernie Sanders. A number of pundits have recently argued that younger voters, especially those under 30, are less inclined to be bothered when they ...

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  • Forget Redistricting Rules, We Need New Referees

    North Carolina has been embroiled in a decades-long redistricting saga since the late twentieth century. After each new map is drawn, a slew of litigation ensues that takes up significant time and resources. Many have proposed changes to the rules ...

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  • NC threatened by scheme to eliminate Right to Work, force people to support unions

    The Democratic majority in the U.S. House has passed a something called “The Protecting the Right to Organize [PRO] Act.” Among other things, it would do the following: Authorize private unions to collect “fair ...

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  • Bloomberg’s influence over Charlotte

    Big NPR story–apparently Morning edition host Steve Inskeep is camping out in Charlotte for a while—on Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg’s influence over the Queen City heading into Super Tuesday, where Bloomberg will make ...

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