Balanced Debate For The Old North State.

One this week's NC SPIN we ask why the legislature ony met for one day in this week's sesion. We discuss the ongoing controversies of Superintendent Mark Johnson and talk about the coal ash settlement between Duke Energy and the NC Department of Environmental Quality. And, as always we ask the panel to tell us something we don't know. This week's panel includes Donna Martinez of WPTF Radio and the John Locke Foundation, political and communications consultant Brad Crone, Chris Fitzsimon of the Newsroom and John Hood, syndicated columnist and author. Be sure to watch NC SPIN on Friday night at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 12:30 p.m. Or you may stream the show after 5 pm Fridays by visiting our website. Thanks for watching NC SPIN.

My Spin by Tom Campbell

Expect dramatic changes in the next decade

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Free the Internet

Republican National Committeewoman Ada Fisher says the government’s job is to provide for us that which we can’t do for ourselves. The government should work to free the Internet and let critical service information stream unimpeded.    Read More

by Ada Fisher   |   10:00 p.m. yesterday

Impeachment polls

Carter Wrenn says his investigation shows some polls say yes, other polls say no to impeachment and removal of the President. A Fox News poll was surprising.    Read More

by Carter Wrenn   |   January 9, 2020

OK Millennials

Boomers and the Silent Generation vote in higher percentages but Millennials are growing in number. How will they impact this year's elections?    Read More

by Gary Pearce   |   January 9, 2020

The struggle to repay student loans

Jenna Robinson with the James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal reports that 65 percent of student loan borrowers report having less than $1,000 in their bank account and spend a significant amount of their monthly budges on debt repayment.    Read More

by Jenna Robinson   |   January 2, 2020

2020 predictions

Thomas Mills writes in Politics NC that the 2020 presidential election will be loud and nasty. How will they affect other contests in our state?    Read More

by Thomas Mills   |   January 2, 2020