Some politicians, including Joe Biden and many of his supporters, are continually calling for unity and healing in the wake of a probable victory in the presidential race. Unity ... Keep Reading
Expanding property rights — a linchpin for liberty in North Carolina
“A people averse to the institution of private property is without the first element of freedom.” —Lord Acton The latest Civitas Poll pried into Republican primary voters and ... Keep Reading
Is judicial activism the greatest threat to liberty in North Carolina?
If you were to poll North Carolinians on an open-ended question about what they think the biggest threat to liberty is in the state, there would certainly be lots of different and ... Keep Reading
Kavanaugh as a Supreme Choice
This article first appeared in the August print issue of NC Capitol Connection. By E. Gregory Wallace The nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to be the next Supreme Court justice ... Keep Reading
Wall Street Journal Calls NC Gerrymander Decision a Political ‘Coup’
The editorial board of the Wall Street Journal aggressively called out the North Carolina gerrymandering decision authored by Fourth Circuit appellate Judge James Wynn. It's worth ... Keep Reading
Gov. Perdue Packs Judicial Commission
Governor Perdue announced 18 appointments to the new, supposedly non-partisan, Judicial Nominating Commission yesterday. The Judicial Nominating Commission will be responsible for ... Keep Reading
Should NC Elect Judges?
Last week, former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman to serve on the nations highest court, was in North Carolina speaking to the Elon University Law ... Keep Reading