As the dust settles on the landmark 2013 North Carolina legislative session, conservatives can look upon the accomplishments of the state legislature and find much to celebrate.
That’s what the Greensboro News and Record called Civitas and our president Francis De Luca John Adams said: “Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.” No matter what the Left says about us, they can’t […]
Even though you’ve already made you voice heard directly to the Governor, will you take the next step and help us battle those on the left who will try and stop this important reform? Make a secure donation to the Civitas Institute of $5.89 in honor of HB 589 and help us prepare for the […]
The Civitas Institute recently released a study concluding that the organizers of ‘Moral Mondays’ have raked in over $100 million in direct state funding. Civitas President Francis De Luca noted that the protests might be more accurately labeled ‘Money Mondays.’ This week’s quiz focuses on the details of our latest study. It’s 2013. Do you […]
Our federal government agencies have been infiltrated by an army of big government activists. The same is often true here in North Carolina. That’s why Civitas works so hard to expose the liberal activist network and Leftist funding sources that have dominated our state for so many decades. Every North Carolina citizen who values hard […]
Recent media reports have suggested that the protesters disrupting the General Assembly at “Moral Mondays” represent a cross-section of North Carolina citizens. We decided to investigate that claim. Using arrest records and other public documents, we investigated who really is involved in these protests. The graphics below detail a few of our findings prior to […]
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Let’s say you’re an ordinary citizen and you trespass on someone’s property. You come back the next day anyway. You get arrested again, and this time you’re charged with contempt. Wait – what’s that? You’re the Rev. William Barber? Never mind. Please, come inside. The legal situation surrounding weekly protests at the Legislative Building in […]