While members of the Democrat-controlled General Assembly are patting themselves on the back for their "compromise budget", no one seems to be moving on a Constitutional Amendment to ban use of eminent domain for private ends. Non-presidential candidate Fred Thompson has a blog post on the problem that's getting lots of attention, and a Google […]
Monthly Archives: July 2007
Jim Black testimony live now.
If this story is true, there could be a renewable energy competitive with gasoline and crude. It also illustrates how we don't need central planners, and that we don't need agricultural subsidies, either. While I'm not sure a biomass-based system of boutique fuels would be better for the environment – particularly given the land requirements […]
In light of the so-called "Voter-Owned Elections Act" being approved by the House over the weekend, the taxpayers of North Carolina might want a little heads up on just who is behind the nationwide movement helping to bring taxpayer subsidized campaigns to our state. One such organization is the Tides Foundation, a group that receives […]
Stunning article on the war in Iraq by two very prestigious Brookings wonks after a recent visit.