Civitas Review

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    Sep
    02

    Greensboro to Public: 'Ashley' Emails Not Your Business

    Posted in Civitas Review, Government By Jim Tynen | Tagged , , , , ,

    Imagine you own a business, and you find out one of your employees has been using his or her company email to link to Ashley Madison, the website that supposedly arranges affairs between married people. Wouldn't you want to know about it? Maybe call that person in for a little talk? The City of Greensboro, […]

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    Aug
    18

    Heidi Cruz Interview Sheds Light on Senator

    Posted in Civitas Review, Elections & Campaigns By Jim Tynen | Tagged , , , ,

    Despite all the ads and debates — or maybe because of them — it can be hard to get a good picture of the presidential hopefuls. Over at NC Capitol Connection, Matt Caulder has an interesting interview with Heidi Cruz, wife of the Texas senator who is running for the White House, that by telling […]

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    Jul
    01

    Should the South Ban '18'?

    Posted in Civitas Review, Politicians & Politicking By Jim Tynen | Tagged , , , ,

    NC Capitol Connection's Matt Caulder continues his columns on the Confederate flag controversy.

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    Jun
    01

    Dems Reject Waiting Periods. Except …

    Posted in Civitas Review, Legislative Activity, Life & Family Issues By Matt Caulder | Tagged , , , , , ,

    NC Democrats favor of waiting periods for purchases of guns. But when it comes to abortion, that's another story.

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    May
    12

    Solar Power Will Roil Industry

    Posted in Civitas Review, Transportation & Infrastructure By Jim Tynen | Tagged ,

    A post over at NC Capitol Connection delves into the underlying forces in the debate over renewable energy. Matt Caulder writes: While home solar production costs have dropped drastically, now at less than $1 a kilowatt hour, solar power is still very far from replacing the market, just as vegetable-oil-powered vehicles have not supplanted gasoline […]

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