Jon Sanders

Research Editor and Senior Fellow, Regulatory Studies

Posts by Jon Sanders (page 222)

  • Lesson not learned at Duke

    To follow on Ham’s post below, one of the things Prof. K.C. Johnson unearthed was a News & Observer article regarding the Duke lacrosse allegations, in which is reported that “Lubiano, the professor, said people can’t imagine that the woman could have made a false rape allegation.” They…
    Jon Sanders, December 11, 2006
  • Edwards used UNC to court labor for his ’08 campaign

    The News & Observer writes glowingly of Edwards’ campaign chief, David Bonior: Bonior is the new face in the Edwards camp. He is a high-profile Democrat whose appointment reinforces Edwards’ efforts to build bridges to organized labor, environmental groups and party progressives as he tries to outflank New…
    Jon Sanders, December 11, 2006
  • Block Dick Vitale from a broadcast? It’s AWESOME, baby!

    Ironically, this idea came from Duke fans: If you are sick and tired of listening to Vitale, and you are fortunate enough to have access to an audio receiver + surround sound speakers, here is an easy and 100% effective way to eliminate Vitale and Patrick from your viewing…
    Jon Sanders, December 9, 2006
  • Remarks Connected to NC State

    Today the NC State News Service put out the following: Kambon, Remarks Not Connected With NC State More than one year ago, inflammatory remarks made by Kamau Kambon [link] received widespread coverage on various websites, blogs and in the media. It was incorrectly reported that Kambon was…
    Jon Sanders, December 7, 2006
  • What’s “dirty” to the academic Left: grant money given voluntarily

    Two years ago the Pope Foundation tried to give UNC-Chapel Hill money for a curriculum in Western Civilization, and the tenured socialists put a temporary halt to their perennial wailing and gnashing of teeth about how woefully small the university budget is and threw a collective tantrum…
    Jon Sanders, December 5, 2006
  • All-time best reality TV show is coming to Raleigh

    I’m talking about Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, a refreshing television show that showcases voluntary charity, promotes community togetherness, highlights fraternal love, and celebrates serving those in need. It’s the only reality-based “reality TV” show, let alone the only one that doesn’t rely on people making abject fools of themselves…
    Jon Sanders, November 30, 2006
  • The difference between sports reporting and political reporting

    Embattled NC State athletics director Lee Fowler made this acknowledgment, when asked by NC State’s Technician what was the biggest issue facing NC State athletics: It’s probably the message boards on the Internet. There is so much negative stuff coming off the boards, and I think that drives the…
    Jon Sanders, November 30, 2006
  • Just in time for NC State: generic college FB coach application

    No need to “reinvent the wheel” rolled out by DJ Gallo on Page 2. Some highlights: What is your expected annual salary? a) Approximately double the budget of the university’s arts program b) I am flexible, but it must have at least six zeroes in it…
    Jon Sanders, November 29, 2006