Crime (page 7)

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    Milwaukee riots and ‘noxious nihilism’

    National Review editor Rich Lowry delves into disturbing developments stemming from the protests surrounding a recent police shooting. The Milwaukee unrest has taken on a more explicitly racist cast than other riots after officer-involved shootings, in yet another new low for the anti-police movement…
    Mitch Kokai, August 18, 2016
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    Fund pans media’s dismissal of voter fraud concerns

    John Fund explains at National Review Online why mainstream media outlets fail their audiences when they ignore legitimate concerns about voter fraud. Yes, Donald Trump has muddied the issue of possible voter fraud in the November election with his comment that the only way…
    Mitch Kokai, August 16, 2016
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    This weekend on Carolina Journal Radio

    Rather than spending too much time debating whether North Carolina’s public schools need more money, policymakers ought to debate how much value taxpayers get for the money they already spend. Terry Stoops makes that “bang-for-the-buck” argument during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio. John Hood analyzes the…
    Mitch Kokai, August 12, 2016
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    One type of union Hillary will avoid

    John Lott explains at National Review Online why there’s at least one organized labor group that should expect no shameless pandering from Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. The Democratic party has clearly put itself in the position of being the anti-law-enforcement party. On Friday,…
    Mitch Kokai, August 11, 2016
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    New Carolina Journal Online features

    Barry Smith reports for Carolina Journal Online about a Hispanic group’s fight against overcriminalization. Andy Taylor’s Daily Journal explains why China might represent a bigger threat than ISIS to America’s future.
    Mitch Kokai, July 28, 2016
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    Another unintended consequence of putting people out of work by hiking the minimum wage: more crime

    The minimum wage makes it harder to employ the poorest and least skilled by pricing them out of the job market. When the law does that, all that is left — based on the assumption that accepting fate and starving to death is counter to the primal human impulse to…
    Jon Sanders, July 27, 2016
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    Leef documents counterattack against feds’ sex assault rules

    George Leef’s latest Forbes column focuses on the fight against sexual assault rules instituted by the U.S. Education Department. … [W]e have reached the point where federal bureaucrats are the true overlords of higher education and they get to decide what statutes mean. In particular, officials…
    Mitch Kokai, July 22, 2016
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    New Carolina Journal Online features

    Michael Lowrey reports for Carolina Journal Online on a court ruling that declares North Carolina’s cyberbullying law unconstitutional. Katherine Restrepo’s Daily Journal explains why the health care “public option” is making a comeback.
    Mitch Kokai, July 21, 2016