Anna Manning

Posts by Anna Manning (page 25)

  • Carolina Journal reports: Lame-duck session could offer GOP last chance to push agenda

    From Carolina Journal: Now that Democrats have erased the GOP’s veto-proof majorities for the 2019 legislative session, Republican lawmakers could try to rush initiatives through a lame duck legislative session scheduled for Nov. 27, a top political observer says. Democrats gained ground by wiping out Republican legislative delegations in Wake…
    Anna Manning, November 8, 2018
  • Carolina Journal Reports: Restorative justice focuses on healing, not punishment

    Carolina Journal’s Lindsay Marchello reports on a panel at Campbell Law School that addressed new ways to solve conflicts in the criminal justice system and in disciplinary situations in K-12 schools. The focus of the panel was on restorative justice, which emphasizes bringing victims and offenders together to resolve conflict…
    Anna Manning, November 8, 2018
  • Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade: Have you gotten your tickets to see him yet?

    Fox & Friends co-host, leading nationally syndicated radio host, and New York Times bestselling author Brian Kilmeade brings his well-known humor and commentary to the stage for his first-ever live show, America: Great from The Start.  A unique evening of conversation, where Brian will tackle some of the day’s hottest…
    Anna Manning, November 7, 2018
  • YOU’RE INVITED: 150th Anniversary of North Carolina’s 1868 Constitution

    The John Locke Foundation will also be hosting a luncheon on the history and significance of our state constitution at Campbell Law School on November 19th at noon. Lunch provided, free and open to the public. Details here. …
    Anna Manning, November 7, 2018
  • YOU’RE INVITED: Analyzing the 2018 Midterms

    Bringing an end to a tumultuous year in politics, the midterm elections have been fascinating, consequential, and sometimes downright weird. John Hood, syndicated columnist and chairman of the John Locke Foundation board of directors, will analyze the results — with a particular emphasis on North Carolina’s “blue moon” cycle of…
    Anna Manning, November 7, 2018
  • Carolina Journal: Four of six constitutional amendments pass, but both dealing with balance of power fail

    Carolina Journal reports on the results from the six constitutional amendments on North Carolinian’s ballots yesterday: Amendments enshrining in the state constitution a right to hunt and fish, expanding the rights of crime victims, cutting the top income tax rate from 10 percent to 7 percent, and requiring voters…
    Anna Manning, November 7, 2018
  • Carolina Journal: Democrats break Senate supermajority in unofficial NCGA results

    From Carolina Journal: Gov. Roy Cooper will have some new partners at the negotiating table in 2019: The Republican majority in the state Senate will shrink by six or seven seats, ending the GOP’s veto-proof margin in that chamber. Republicans need at least 30 votes to override a Cooper veto.
    Anna Manning, November 7, 2018
  • CJ reports: Roper to take helm of UNC System Jan. 1, won’t say if he wants permanent job

    Carolina Journal’s Kari Travis reports: Roper will take his seat Jan. 1. Spellings will help with the two-week transition process. She will be reachable by phone until March 1. Nothing happened to speed Spellings’ departure, Smith told Carolina Journal. “We wanted to make sure we had plenty of…
    Anna Manning, November 1, 2018