Monthly Archives: June 2013

Who undermines public education in North Carolina?

It’s strange for me to rebut someone who shares my first and last names. Except, however, for this coincidence and that I, too, was a college professor we probably have little in common—at least politically. I disagree with Professor Robert … Continue reading

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Immoral Monday

Offensive people have taken offense after being publicly called out for their antics at the State legislative building in Raleigh, North Carolina. State Senator Thom Goolsby has touched their sensitive, jerky nerves by making fun of the foolish, disruptive and … Continue reading

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The immorality of “Moral Mondays” protests

Social “justice” activists often shroud themselves in morality. They protest in “civil disobedience” for infinite causes. But they lobby and pressure government to take wealth from the general citizenry and distribute it to satisfy the wants of select groups. This … Continue reading

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Irrational fears of legislative reform in North Carolina

After decades of expanded state government, increased debt, higher taxes, excessive regulation and political cronyism by “progressive” legislators and governors in North Carolina, mildly conservative people now control the state legislature and administrative offices in the Tarheel State. But it’s … Continue reading

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Arrogant academics and the Political Class

A haughty personal trait lurking behind liberal visionaries profiles the general public as intellectually inferior. Progressive disdain for traditional Americans and historic values held often comes out in their sneering words (e.g. Barack Obama’s infamous “bitter clingers” lecture; dismissing America’s … Continue reading

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