Tag: Debt

BlogTyler Cralle

The Economy Looks Unstoppable…Is It?

Last Friday, jobless claims reached a new milestone as they reached an almost 50 year low… The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, hitting its lowest level in more than 48 1/2 years, as the ...
BlogTyler Cralle

The Biggest Debt Bomb of All

Last week it was reported that the White House is projecting a trillion dollar budget deficit for 2019… In an annual budget review, the White House’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB) estimated that new legislation enacted since the release of ...
BlogKevin King

New Report: Higher Salaries for Higher Education

The Chronicle of Higher Education recently released a report diving into the compensation of administrators in higher education. While not topping the list, North Carolina represented well with quite a few high paid execs. Here are the notable ones from ...
Enquiring Minds

We’ll Be Watching You

Plaintiffs exact promises from city in exchange for settling anti-bond lawsuit The plaintiffs in a lawsuit over the legality of $74 million worth of general obligation bonds have settled their dispute with the City of Asheville out of court. The ...
PodcastTavern Voices

Episode 3 – Not The Tyler Cralle After Hours Show

On this episode of Tavern Voices, Kevin King and Tyler Cralle discuss why it’s not the Tyler Cralle After Hours show and Kevin’s inability to shoot clays, while simultaneously tackling Roy Cooper’s slush fund, the debate over K-5 classroom size, ...
BlogKevin King

LRU – Lazy River University

This week, an opinion piece in the New York Times went after the new extravagance in Higher Education, lazy rivers. If you follow what I go after here on Tavern Voices, it’s the cost of college and the impact it’s ...
Kevin King

College is Crippling America

College attendance used to be synonymous with success. “Go to college and you’ll be set for life” they would say. Entering undergrad in fall of 2006, this was as true as ever, or so we were told. Four years later, ...