NC Spin Articles

Whose House Is It Anyway?

We’ve yet to hear a plausible explanation as to why a group of citizens was asked to leave the second floor of the North Carolina General Assembly. The group had assembled to protest the “midnight...    Read More

February 23, 2012

Poor ports, no jobs

North Carolina didn’t even get to the stage of offering incentives to Caterpillar, the company looking to locate a new plant and 1400 jobs. Caterpillar wanted to build here because they like our...    Read More

February 18, 2012

Lame Duck or Wiley Coyote?

Bev was back. Friday night Governor Bev Perdue displayed a genuine smile, looked relaxed and acted like the Bev of old. It was Bev Perdue unfettered and free. Some have called the Governor a lame duck...    Read More

February 17, 2012

Healthcare Forum March 20th

What The Health: Can we survive our Healthcare System? Join NC SPIN and a panel of NC’s leading Healthcare Professionals, Healthcare Innovators, Policy Makers and Business Leaders to discuss our...    Read More

February 17, 2012

A 7th Grade Reunion after 50 Years

Most of us can name one or more teachers who made a significant, maybe life changing contribution to who we have become. For me, it was my seventh grade teacher, Joyce Zeh. Turns out most others in...    Read More

February 16, 2012

50% Legislative Turnover Projected

I've been following North Carolina politics since the early 1960's and I've never seen anything like what we can expect come November. There are always shakeouts, dropouts and knockouts following...    Read More

February 16, 2012

Which Dem can win?

Which announced Democratic candidate for Governor stands the best shot of beating Pat McCrory? We want to hear your thoughts.    Read More

February 13, 2012

A Tablet for Every Student

February 2, 2012 The need for education reform grows more obvious daily. We claim to have learned that if we keep doing what we’re doing, we are going to keep getting what we are getting, but our...    Read More

February 10, 2012

"Back to the Future" Business

February 9, 2012 As candidates line up to file for public office there are two overarching questions each should be required to answer: What is your vision for the future and what is your plan to get...    Read More

February 10, 2012