Jon Sanders

Director of Regulatory Studies

Posts by Jon Sanders (page 178)

  • Wake results

    All 198 precincts in NC House 33 Democrats Rosa Gill……………………..71% Doctor K. Aal Anubia………2% Bernard Allen………………27% Republicans Paul Terrell…………………67% Susan Byrd Leventhal……33% NC House 39 Democrats Darren Jackson……………62% Jeanne Milliken Bonds…..38% NC House 34 Republicans Brian Tinga………34% J.H. Ross………….13% Steve…
    Jon Sanders, May 4, 2010
  • Twaddle shock (based on a true story of love, victory and low-priced retailing)

    Here at Right Angles we’ve found occasion to remark on the Left’s strange, self-defeating animus against Wal-Mart (except, of course, when one wants buy, say, a PS3 and can send someone else in his stead). I encountered this Atlantic story from my friend Abby…
    Jon Sanders, April 29, 2010
  • AskLoonie uncovers the full conspiracy behind the Wake School board

    Dear Ask Loonie: Did the new Wake County school board majority trick all those white racist parents all over the county to vote for them in a trick to get them to sabotage public schools to make Wake parents send their kids to…
    Jon Sanders, April 13, 2010
  • Evil — Wake Co. diversityniks target Tedesco’s job

    It’s one thing — one ridiculously stupid, ignorant, slanderous, though eminently predictable thing — for the Angry Left and the NC NAACP to react to the Wake County school board revolution by calling everyone involved racist and pretend it was a move to “resegregate the schools” and “set Wake…
    Jon Sanders, March 8, 2010
  • Arson at Korean Baptist Church in Raleigh

    WRAL reports: Police responding to a reported burglary found several fires set inside the First Korean Baptist Church, 8905 Ray Road, at about 11:30 a.m., authorities said. Firefighters were called and quickly extinguished the blaze. The Wake County fire marshal and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and…
    Jon Sanders, February 1, 2010
  • Gee, thanks, Gene Nichol!

    Immediately following the 2004 campaign, the then-dean of the UNC-Chapel Hill Law School, Gene Nichol — showing his keen discernment for which he is renowned across academe — created a “Center on Poverty, Work and Opportunity” in the law school for the express purpose of hiring…
    Jon Sanders, January 21, 2010
  • Update from the ignore-all-the-facts-and-just-call-it-resegregation movement

    Terry Stoops chronicles the sudden reversal of News & Observer columnist Barry Saunders, who folded faster than Superman on laundry day after staking out an actually thoughtful position on diversity. Saunders wrote (emphasis added): Learning doesn’t occur by osmosis. That’s a word I learned while attending all-black…
    Jon Sanders, January 19, 2010
  • A sorry, shameful way to pick a leader of a public university

    The Pope Center for Higher Education Policy takes the UNC System to task for its continued secrecy in seeking chancellors for system universities, the most recently being the process that led to its selection of William Woodson to lead NC State University. As Jay Schalin writes, North…
    Jon Sanders, January 14, 2010