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    Apr
    30

    De Luca, Adams Spotlight Election Trends

    Posted in Civitas Events By Jim Tynen | Tagged , , ,

    Earlier in April, a Civitas Flash Poll of likely Republican primary voters shows state House Speaker Thom Tillis nearing the 40 percent level needed to avoid a runoff vote. Tillis was the choice of 39 percent of the respondents. Twenty percent picked Cary physician Greg Brannon, and 15 percent chose Mark Harris, pastor of a […]

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    Apr
    08

    Walter Williams on Economic Myths and Realities

    Posted in Civitas Events, Economics By Jim Tynen | Tagged , ,

    When Dr. Walter Williams spoke at CLC, he sat down with us for an exclusive interview. He covers a wide range of current topics, focusing especially on economic myths and realities. In about 19 minutes he gives a clear, powerful picture of why progressive policies fail and hurt the people they are meant to help, […]

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    Apr
    03

    At Civitas' CLC: Walter Williams Sums Up

    Posted in Civitas Events, Economics By Jim Tynen | Tagged , , ,

    Walter Williams, at the end of an exclusive interview for Civitas at CLC, in a couple of minutes eloquently summed up his thinking this way. Conservatives should keep that in mind: we too have to convince our fellow citizens of the moral superiority of personal liberty. While also reminding them that free people living in […]

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    Mar
    31

    CLC Delivers Potent Messages

    Posted in Civitas Events By Jim Tynen | Tagged , , , , ,

    Our Conservative Leadership Conference is garnering good feedback from many of the 500-some people who took part in two days of events, with 30 experts and speakers illuminating the key topics of our time. Here's a sample of things you might have heard if you were lucky enough to be there: "When I walked into […]

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    Mar
    29

    Quotes from Walter Williams at CLC

    Posted in Civitas Events By Jim Tynen

    At our Conservative Leadership Conference, Walter Williams gave a speech last night that was by turns sobering and scintillating. Here are a few quotes: "Private property and free enterprise [today] are mere skeletons of their past." "We own less and less of our most valuable property — namely ourselves and the fruits of our labor." […]