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Solution to gasoline monopoly is needed
Now more than ever it is time to remember the lessons of kindergarten.
The advantages of local government come from its proximity to the people it is governing, and its ability to hear their concerns directly and answer them immediately.
Tolerance may be killing us
There’s mounting pressures within our culture for the removing of boundaries or foundations that once defined us as a people.
A wise person once said that thoughts lead to words, words lead to actions and actions lead to habits.
The state is reinstating the work requirements for some recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, commonly called food stamps.
As the general election campaign begins in North Carolina, you can expect to hear a lot about Kansas.
This weekend and on Monday, the Fourth of July, Americans around the country will celebrate their independence.
Although the debate about education policy is robust, complicated and sometimes vitriolic, there is actually broad agreement about the bottom line: if our students were better prepared for college,
Legislation is moving at a feverish pace through the General Assembly, as lawmakers try to finish their work by early July.