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    NCAE: New leadership, same modus operandi

    Tamika Walker Kelly’s first press release as NC Association of Educators president continues the fine tradition of unquestioned support for Democrats.
    Terry Stoops, July 1, 2020
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    Forest v. Cooper officially filed

    Lt. Gov. Dan Forest has filed his lawsuit against Gov. Roy Cooper. The Republican Forest and the Democrat Cooper face each other in the 2020 gubernatorial election. This action is about the rule of law. That the chief executive must follow the law is as old as the idea…
    Mitch Kokai, July 1, 2020
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    N.C. Data Shows No Spike in COVID-19

    Despite what you may be hearing from the media – and even from our Governor – North Carolina shows no signs of a spike in COVID-19 cases. In his research analysis this week, Dr. Donald van der Vaart, former secretary of the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality, explained the numbers…
    Brenee Goforth, July 1, 2020
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    Public school teachers are turning on Cooper

    Three weeks ago, Gov. Cooper told North Carolinians that he would announce their selection of one of three back-to-school options on July 1. For the most part, teachers were cool with that. The evening before the announcement, Cooper’s press office announced that Cooper would delay his much-anticipated decision. A few…
    Terry Stoops, July 1, 2020
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    Martin Center column endorses abolishing federal Education Department

    Walter Block writes for the Martin Center about getting the federal government out of local education decisions. The present essay is an attempt to make the case for the elimination of the Department of Education. Why pick on that Department? There are two reasons. One, it was established 31…
    Mitch Kokai, July 1, 2020
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    Rioters are likely to turn on Christianity

    Nathan Stone writes for the Federalist about a likely turn in the disturbing nationwide campaign to topple monuments and statues. The idea that Christianity is or has been infected with white supremacy is not new. Susan Abrahams, the dean of faculty at Pacific School of Religion, blamed “White…
    Mitch Kokai, July 1, 2020
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    Oregon demonstrates vote-by-mail problems

    Jim Pasero and Bridget Barton write for the Washington Examiner about Oregon’s recent experience with voting by mail. If the 2020 pandemic makes vote-by-mail inevitable for this November’s presidential election, the nation needs to know how not to do it the Oregon way, which encourages ballot harvesting. In…
    Mitch Kokai, July 1, 2020
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    Princeton’s rejection of Wilson could have a domino effect

    Chrissy Clark explains for the Washington Free Beacon how Princeton University’s treatment of its former president and former U.S. President Wooodrow Wilson could have a broader impact. Princeton University’s decision to remove Woodrow Wilson’s name from campus could have a domino effect on other institutions bearing the name…
    Mitch Kokai, July 1, 2020