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Balanced Debate for the Old North State
Category: News
Location: North Carolina
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February 10, 2020 06:06 PM PST

Question to Brad Crone and Anna Beavon Gravely -This past week we saw an interesting op ed from former UNC President Erskine Bowles and Senator Richard Burr. In it they admitted that it was difficult in today’s environment to growing the UNC legacy in this complex and politically charged world. They devoted much of the piece to governance of the system, recommending we should debate how to improve the makeup of the board, we should better define proper board activity and shift the focus from short term to long term approaches. Give us your reactions to their article.

February 07, 2020 04:27 PM PST

NC SPIN episode #1108 Air Date 02/07/2020

Topics:
March Elections
Tell us something we don't know

Panelists:
Anna Beavon Gravely, NC Free
John Hood, Syndicated columnist and author
Chris Fitzsimon, The Newsroom
Brad Crone, communications and political consultant
Tom Campbell, Moderator

February 05, 2020 05:59 PM PST

Tom Campbell discusses areas being harmed by North Carolina not having passed a budget for the current year.

February 04, 2020 05:51 PM PST

Question to John and Chris – This past week was National School Choice week. Statistics now show that 20 percent of our k-12 school age children attend a charter, private or home school. Is this a good thing? Why do parents choose these options for their children instead of traditional schools? How is it impacting education in our state?

February 03, 2020 09:35 PM PST

Question to Peg O’Connell and Becki Gray – Trustees of New Hanover Regional Hospital are talking about the possibility of selling their county owned facility. Reactions have been vocal and reverberations are statewide. While the concept is that consolidation will save costs and improve healthcare evidence suggests otherwise. State Treasurer Dale Folwell says it will further prevent cost transparency for patients and the state health plan. Tell us your reaction to the sale or merger of this hospital.

January 31, 2020 06:26 PM PST

NCSPIN episode #1107 Air Date 01/31/2020

Topics:
One month and counting
Collateral damage
Three Governors speak
Tell us something we don’t know

Panelists:
Peg O’Connell, Political analyst
John Hood, Syndicated columnist and author
Chris Fitzsimon, Director, The Newsroom
Becki Gray, VP, John Locke Foundation
Tom Campbell, Moderator

January 29, 2020 05:38 PM PST

Tom Campbell discusses the civil rights movement and wonders who speaks for it today.

January 28, 2020 07:15 PM PST

Question to John Hood and Cash Michaels – Recently we’ve seen controversy surrounding the pledge of allegiance. A majority of members of the Bladen County Board of Elections opposed opening their meetings by reciting the pledge and the chairwoman even threatened to call the police if anyone attempted to say the pledge. She has since changed her decision, but this is developing into a political battle. What is the opposition to saying the pledge? Should the pledge be standard for public meetings? Should it be mandatory?

January 27, 2020 06:46 PM PST

Question to Rufus Edmisten and Becki Gray – A group of legislators in North and South Carolina are recommending we study deregulating electric utilities so more competition can be allowed for generating power in each state. One big hurdle is who would own the power transmission lines the regulated monopolies have built. What’s your reaction to this proposal?

January 24, 2020 04:46 PM PST

NC SPIN episode #1106 Air Date 01/24/2020

Topics:
Students left behind. Will teachers strike?
MLK Day
Three governors
Tell us something we don’t know

Panelists:
Rufus Edmisten, former Secretary of State/Attorney General
Cash Michaels, journalist and filmmaker
John Hood, syndicated columnist and author
Becki Gray, VP John Locke Foundation

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