Are you a parent who wishes they had more control over where and how your child is educated? Do you support school choice but aren’t quite sure about the impacts such programs have on local communities? If you answered yes to either of those questions you’ll want to attend our Town Hall Meeting in Apex, […]
Monthly Archives: January 2016
Supporters of Nevada’s groundbreaking Education Savings Account (ESA) program were disappointed earlier this week when a state judge granted an injunction stopping the program, saying it takes away money from the public schools and the program is unconstitutional. Friends of the Nevada program, one the most ambitious school choice programs in the nation, are not […]
From the N&O: Legislators heard a call Tuesday to further expand sales taxes and eliminate the capital stock tax – a conservative think tank’s proposal for continuing the state’s tax code overhaul. The Tax Foundation, based in Washington, D.C., presented its report on North Carolina’s business tax climate, painting a rosy picture […]
As Civitas’ Jim Tynen reported last month, Reuters inaccurately reported that Donald Trump’s event at Dorton Arena was shut down by protesters, and now the News and Observer has reported on the Marco Rubio rally held in Raleigh on Saturday, and they’ve gotten it very wrong again.
That's the question examined by this article published by the Mises Institute. The article draws comparisons to the housing bubble that burst around 2008, triggering the Great Recession: Artificially low interest rates resulting from massive amounts of new credit expansion encouraging the purchase of consumer durable goods financed via cheap credit. Instead of learning from […]