This issue of Capitol Connection highlights a State Board of Elections finding that suggests widespread voter fraud, and portrays highlights of the Conservative Leadership Conference.
This issue of Civitas Review magazine is meant to provide conservative tools to make North Carolina a better place. With these tools CR reveals the historical truths about the “progressive” movement in NC, exposes political myths, offers new conservative ideas, and provides up-to-date information on the 2014 political landscape.
A Civitas investigation uncovered emails showing the UNC Poverty Center uses public funding for partisan purposes.
In this issue: The Civitas Partisan Index reveals the political leanings of every legislative district in North Carolina.
The January 2014 CCC looks at a group of liberal professors who protest against Civitas’ free speech rights. Civitas Capitol Connection is the monthly newspaper of the Civitas Institute.
This issue of Capitol Connection highlights especially the flaws in the Common Core education standards.
Our 2013 Annual Report highlights our efforts to further freedom and prosperity in North Carolina.
The Fall 2013 Civitas Review examines the landmark legislation of 2013 and it means for North Carolina.
The Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) generates shock and outrage in North Carolina.
Capitol Connection reviewed landmark legislation passed this year by the General Assembly. Also, this issue painted a picture of a day in juvenile court, reminded readers of the “bad old days” of voting in the state, and the decline in ACT scores.