The Fund for American Studies
The time was the late 1960s. The United States was engulfed in a seismic cultural and political shift. Radicalism dominated college campuses. Confidence in the American system of government was on the decline.
Helping Horse Therapeutic Riding Program
For many developmentally challenged youngsters, a miracle is waiting on a 13-acre farm north of Raleigh: a horse. Time on horseback can be life changing for special-needs children. Some children speak their first words while riding.
This Saturday, November, 4, 2017, Vance County Animal Shelter will hold a special event to connect veterans and shelter dogs. Shelter volunteer Mark Ferri is organizing the event to give veterans an opportunity to connect with dogs in need. Dogs have demonstrated therapeutic benefit, and Ferri wants to help those who might be suffering with … Continued
Earlier this week, Carolina Plott Hound (an online Drudge Report-style news aggregator owned by Civitas Institute), linked to an offensive post authored by the Triad Conservative blog. The Triad Conservative blog post suggested that North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein joined two national lawsuits against the Trump administration (one challenging the so-called ‘travel ban’ and … Continued
The Pope Foundation will bring the Raleigh Children’s Business Fair back to North Hills shopping center on Saturday, October 7, 2017 from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. Community members are invited to attend and shop with over 40+ youth-run businesses at The Commons at North Hills (circle drive in front of Chick-fil-A). The fair was first … Continued
Katherine Restrepo: Bringing a Fresh Perspective to Health Care Policy
At the Locke Foundation, Restrepo breaks down the complexities of health care so that lawmakers, policy shapers, and interested readers are better informed about the state and federal policies that affect us all.See More Achiever Spotlights