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  • Steyn Labels Our Society ‘Increasingly Unrecognizable’

    The latest edition of Hillsdale College’s Imprimis features Mark Steyn’s analysis of current civilizational woes. I live about 20 minutes south of the Canadian border, which used to be called the longest undefended frontier in the world. People moved freely back and forth across it all day every…
    Mitch Kokai, June 21, 2021, 327 words
  • Critical Race Theory’s Link to ‘Technocracy’

    Robert Pondiscio writes at Real Clear Policy about the small base of support for Critical Race Theory. If publicly “woke” charter school leaders at schools committed to antiracist work say, at least privately, that their students’ families are indifferent to it, who or what is driving the train?…
    Mitch Kokai, June 21, 2021, 336 words
  • Obama Ethics Chief Pans Biden’s Dubious Moves

    Keith Griffith writes for the Daily Mail about open criticism of President Biden from an unlikely Democratic source. A former ethics chief in the Obama administration has accused President Joe Biden of thumbing his nose at government ethics with the prevalence of family ties among his administration’s hires.
    Mitch Kokai, June 21, 2021, 293 words
  • Biden’s Path to Middle Class Falls Flat

    Jeffrey Folks writes at the American Thinker about serious flaws in the Biden administration’s plans. The New York Times headlined a recent article, “Biden’s $6 trillion budget aims for path to middle class, financed by the rich.” But is it possible to confer middle-class status on individuals just…
    Mitch Kokai, June 21, 2021, 313 words
  • Democrats’ Current Performance Could Boost GOP in 2022, 2024

    Dave Scott writes for BizPac Review about the likely electoral impact of national Democrats’ current course. At the rate the Democrat Party is currently going Republicans won’t have to campaign awfully hard to win both the House and Senate in 2022 and the White House in 2024. The…
    Mitch Kokai, June 21, 2021, 331 words
  • New Carolina Journal Online Features

    Carolina Journal Online reports that the state Senate’s budget will feature a 10-year, $12 billion plan to use cash for capital and infrastructure projects. John Hood’s CJ Opinion explores timeless truths from his new historical fantasy novel, “Mountain Folk.”…
    Mitch Kokai, June 21, 2021, 38 words
  • Cooper has pledged over $1.5 billion to corporations since vetoing the 2019 budget for ‘corporate tax breaks’

    The total count is $1,522,891,600 in state money pledged to 97 corporations.
    Jon Sanders, June 18, 2021, 78 words
  • Confirmed: State Elections Board Will Not Reduce the Number of Election Observers

    I wrote on May 4 how the staff at the North Carolina State Board of Elections (SBE) was seeking to make a rules change that would, contrary to state law, limit the number of election observers at early voting sites and election day precinct polling places…
    Andy Jackson, June 18, 2021, 477 words
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