Category Archives: Higher education
Dan Way reports for Carolina Journal Online on a new national report that contends public charter schools offer more “bang for the buck” than traditional public schools. Terry Stoops’ Daily Journal targets three recent education studies from the UNC system that rely more on political goals than sound research.
Pundits and prognosticators have spent a lot of time discussing Mark Walker’s dominating win over Phil Berger Jr. in North Carolina’s 6th Congressional District Republican primary runoff election. Rick Henderson offers his thoughts about the 6th District, other runoff results, and the high-profile U.S. Senate race during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio. DukeContinue Reading
Cordato’s Law: Using reductio ad absurdum argument against leftists tends to fail. Leftists are not only quicker than you to conceive absurd ends, but also they probably have already reached or surpassed them, rendering your argument moot. Basically, you ultimately can’t outdo a practiced illogician on his own turf. (That would be related to theContinue Reading
UNC-Wilmington announces it has settled with Prof. Mike Adams, dropping its appeal (for good reason). A federal jury had handed down a historic ruling in favor of academic freedom, among the first of its kind, where a conservative professor has shown the will to resist the university establishment in protracted free-speech litigation, ultimately taking theContinue Reading
In a year when legislators need to find extra cash to fill a hole in a growing Medicaid program and also give teachers a pay increase, there is one area of bloated government that has yet to be cut, and that is the University of North Carolina System. My friends at the Pope Center forContinue Reading
On the campaign trail in 1912, former Princeton University president Woodrow Wilson argued that the Declaration of Independence and Constitution had outlived their usefulness. Now Hans von Spakovsky reports for the Daily Signal that another top university administrator seems to be making the same argument. University of South Carolina president Harris Pastides is refusing toContinue Reading
Organizers of the so-called Moral Monday movement are transitioning from weekly legislative protests to Democratic Party get-out-the-vote efforts. Rick Henderson discusses recent developments among the vocal anti-Republican crowd during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio. John Hood dissects recent North Carolina political arguments, and former Republican National Committee attorney Benjamin Ginsberg shares his thoughtsContinue Reading