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"Animal Colony" is an excellent book to help discredit socialism to young readers and to introduce them to proper notions of freedom.
Suppose two unknown men are standing in front of us. One has the physique of LeBron James-six foot, eight inches tall, with 260 pounds of rippling muscle-while the other looks like a young Woody Allen-five foot, five inches tall, with narrow shoulders and Coke bottle-thick eyeglasses. We then...
For the last decade I have taught entrepreneurship to literally tens of thousands of students in big classes, small seminars, and on the Internet in a massively open online course (MOOC). The sheer diversity of these students - their abilities, their backgrounds, their personal traits, and their...
Sometimes the publisher does not have enough time in the day to do all that needs to be done.
Somehow, I do not think he is taking my post seriously.
Gene weighs in on the slanted views of some publications.
Eighty students were donned with white coats and officially welcomed to the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University in an Aug. 14 ceremony that celebrated the privileges and responsibilities associated with a medical education.
The first new residence hall to open in about 10 years at East Carolina University welcomed students pushing hand carts and lugging plastic storage bins on Wednesday morning.
East Carolina University Director of Athletics Jeff Compher has been invited to participate in the 2015 Senior Leader Engagement Program (SLEP) sponsored by United States Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter.
Forty-eight applicants from 28 countries became United States citizens during a naturalization ceremony held at the East Carolina Heart Institute Aug. 14. This was the first time a naturalization ceremony has been hosted on the campus of East Carolina University or in Greenville.
The Supreme Court will have to clarify the implications of its Obergefell v. Hodges ruling with respect to the First Amendment
In a campaign email last week, Attorney General Roy Cooper made it clear he wants to engage in a public debate about policy. But while the attorney general and Democrat candidate for governor made his support for Obamacare clear.
Cooper Didn't Sign A Letter From 16 Bipartisan State Attorneys General To The EPA Requesting a Suspension Of The New Rules
In his quest to restore the broken Democrat state machine in Raleigh, Roy Cooper continues to hope North Carolinians forget his record and history.
After the Obama administration issued overreaching EPA rules and regulations which could cause electricity costs to rise and hurt families across North Carolina, Governor McCrory announced he would sue the federal government to stop the rules.
This is the fifteenth of a less new series of images from across North Carolina from my travels, and from the long intervals that I have spent with my camera making a record of where I have been.
This is the sixteenth of a less new series of images from across North Carolina from my travels, and from the long intervals that I have spent with my camera making a record of where I have been.
This is the eleventh of a new series of images from across North Carolina from my travels, and from the long intervals that I have spent with my camera making a record of where I have been.
This is the twellth of a new series of images from across North Carolina from my travels, and from the long intervals that I have spent with my camera making a record of where I have been.
Rich young folks have horses and ride with the dogs during the day.
Before the digital age with WIFI, kids played outside with animals and toys.
Frankly, I and personal assistant, Trixie, are tired of the slow process of getting published.
To be a photo minimalist on BCN you need a photo and some skill inserting it into the word processor and emailing the attachment to the publisher.
Actually, I am his care giver. TMc has imaginary friends and talks into a recorder with dead batteries.
Using this simple Traffic Report, a writer can direct his energies to the largest audience.
Young people go to The Beach to deep sea fish or scuba dive or meet new friends or walk down the shore line in a bikini.
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.
A lengthy article in Forbes details why the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's unprecedented "Clean Power Plan" (CPP) is not just a destructive and likely illegal regulatory overreach, but also impossible given what the author calls the "weird" physics of electricity.
Nora Carr is the Guilford County Schools Chief of Staff to Superintendent Mo Green and writes columns on communications and messaging for the American School Board Journal.
Flaws built into the Affordable Care Act are leading to an older, sicker mix of insurance policyholders in North Carolina.
The answer is obvious. It's a minimum wage increase that prices competition out of the market while exempting companies with a unionized work force.
The rhetorical case for renewable energy seems, at its core, to be this: Why rely on traditional sources that burn expensive energy and emit carbon dioxide when you can replace them with energy freely provided by nature that emits nothing?
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.
North Carolina lawmakers still cannot agree to a final budget. The Senate saw difficulty in compromise, so they decided to move their economic development and Medicaid reform plans out of the budget and into stand-alone bills. Unfortunately, even with this change, the two chambers were unable to...
Legislators involved with the Certificate of Need (CON) debate are probably overwhelmed with conflicting studies on whether the regulatory program should stay, be reduced, or go altogether.
Ann and I were saddened today to hear the news about the death of Danny Lotz. Danny was a champion in so many ways. First as a member of UNC's 1957 undefeated national basketball championship team and then later in life as his faith led him to be a strong supporter and mentor of the...
Governor Pat McCrory sent a special video message to teachers and educators across North Carolina this weekend before the first day of school, thanking them for their hard work and pledging his continued support to improve teacher pay.
Governor Pat McCrory released this statement following the death of Julian Bond.
Recently, the General Assembly passed House Bill 562, legislation aimed at protecting the Second Amendment rights of North Carolinians
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