NC Spin Articles

Government schools

After 10 years of controlling the legislature, Republicans claim that public education is irreparably broken. If that's true they have nobody to blame but themselves.    Read More

by Thomas Mills   |   January 7, 2022

In support of a broad-based pro-democracy movement

In states where gerrymandered districts protect Republican majorities against the consequences of election losses and where the GOP base is not willing to accept defeat, what keeps Republican elected officials from overturning the will of the people?    Read More

by Thomas Mills   |   January 6, 2022

Worker shortage won't end soon

There can be several explanations why there is a shortage of workers. We can only hope that reducing labor-market frictions can close a good chunk of the gap.    Read More

by John Hood   |   December 30, 2021