Today, the News & Observer published another op-ed written by Gene Nichol, a professor of law at UNC-Chapel Hill and director of the university’s Center on Poverty, Work & Opportunity. Over the last year, the N&O published eleven (11) of his op-eds on a variety of topics (see The Nichol List below). This does not count the number of times that N&O reporters and editors quoted him.
I do not care that Nichol’s columns promote liberal or progressive ideas. After all, he is writing for the N&O. I simply request that N&O editors provide some balance. Perhaps monthly columns from, say, Mike Munger would do the trick. Just a thought.
The Nichol List
What the new law is telling women
Published on Thu Oct 13, 2011
Point of View: Marriage laws and N.C.’s justices
Published on Mon Sep 12, 2011
Haves, have-nots and hubris
Published on Fri Aug 12, 2011
Nailing religious tenets to the classroom wall
Published on Mon Jul 11, 2011
Back to where we were?
Published on Wed Jun 8, 2011
She’s the last line of defense
Published on Mon May 9, 2011
N.C.’s constitution – are they serious?
Published on Fri Apr 8, 2011
Legal services, down and nearly out
Published on Mon Feb 28, 2011
Correcting an injustice on campus
Published on Fri Jan 7, 2011
Campaign reforms, supremely trashed
Published on Mon Dec 13, 2010
Published on Mon Oct 18, 2010