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    Trust.

    In John Hood?s Daily Journal ? an archive can be found by clicking on the Carolina Journal tab to the right ? he helpfully points readers a Virginia Postrel column about ?relationship capitalism.? Both columns are worth the read. And if you find yourself seeking more, consider checking out Frank…
    Locker Room contributor, December 5, 2003
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    Watch this self-destruct

    From today’s Chronicle of Higher Education online: quote ———————— Bucking a nationwide trend in higher education, the president of Texas A&M University at College Station said on Wednesday that he does not want to use race as a factor in determining undergraduate admissions or financial-aid awards. That…
    Locker Room contributor, December 5, 2003
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    See, I told y’all

    I thought Mike Adams could defend himself just fine. For example: quote ———————— Brenner says that her committee specifically told the CRs that they could still do some things on campus despite being de-recognized. One of her examples was “post flyers on campus.” Another was “even set…
    Locker Room contributor, December 5, 2003
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    free market transportation

    Below is a message from former North Carolinian, author, and JLF speaker Wallace Kaufman, that was posted on a listserve that we are both on. It is posted below with Wallace’s permission. “Oddly enough the best system of urban transport I’ve seen is in former Soviet republics. In many of…
    Locker Room contributor, December 5, 2003
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    Thoughts on our two parties

    The redoubtable Bruce Bartlett offers up a column full of good observations on our two party system here. I’d read it all, but his two best lines are that “Democrats have absurd faith in government to fix things,” and the Republican Party “seems only to corrupt itself when the…
    Locker Room contributor, December 5, 2003
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    Why not try capitalism?

    When the Governor and the General Assemble get together next week to discuss the issue of jobs creation, they will be asking themselves an inherently contradictory question: how can we use socialism to create employment in an otherwise capitalist market system? That is what this special session is all about.
    Locker Room contributor, December 5, 2003
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    UNCW prof says CRs “discriminate”

    I find the ability of the Nanny-State Left to paint constitutional rights in Evil Language amazing. Take, for instance, how UNCW Prof. Wendy Brenner defines the CRs’ seeking protection of their First Amendment freedom of association: “they’re fighting for the right to discriminate.” She has some nasty words…
    Locker Room contributor, December 4, 2003
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    Sprawl, Military Bases and JLF.

    Regular readers of John Locke Foundation publications are aware the public policy implications of the dreaded “sprawl.” Though it is not hard to believe that people would choose to live in North Carolina — I did, and would do so again — some folks find it appalling that these…
    Locker Room contributor, December 4, 2003