Opinion

Op-Ed

At UNC-CH, too many chiefs, not enough integrity

When considered against the circumstances that brought it about, the university surely can’t think that the mere presence of a CIO would have stopped those teachers and athletics administrators who caused the scandals in Chapel Hill by reminding them of the importance of integrity and its chiefness.

Election

Clinton backers come out swinging for young female voters - and miss

Feminist icons Gloria Steinem and former Secretary of State Madeline Albright attacked young women for not supporting Hillary Clinton's candidacy this week -- with Steinem specifically saying young female voters are just following the boys. McClatchy political editor Steve "Buzz" Thomma explains what the exasperation shows about the Clinton campaign and what it means for her candidacy.

Blogs & Columns

J. Peder Zane

Zane: How Republicans have righted North Carolina’s fiscal ship

GOP tax cuts did not drain North Carolina coffers – they helped replenish them

It’s the same as how the falsely derided Reagan tax cuts actually increased revenues and sparked a two-decade long rise in median incomes

These are the stubborn facts that belie the incessant propaganda of those who insistently pretend that supply-side economics is a fantasy

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