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- The Data Privacy Imperative: Safeguarding Sensitive Data
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Barlow Herget Commentary
Barlow Herget is a commentator and host on State Government Radio at Curtis Media. He has been a commentator on UNC public radio and an instructor in continuing education at Duke University. Herget was a Nieman Fellow ('70) at Harvard University, has worked for the Daily Press of Paragould, Ark., the Detroit Free Press, and the News & Observer of Raleigh. His articles have appeared in The Atlantic, The New York Times and numerous other publications. Contact him by email.
Do you know where the drugs in your medicine cabinet are coming from? Commentator Barlow Herget set out on a mission to find out.
Commentator Barlow Herget says he has been puzzled by the reporting on the Rush Limbaugh attack on Sandra Fluke, the Georgetown University student.
Complicated issues, like the economy, are more like algebra, says commentator Barlow Herget.
Commentator Barlow Herget says we should look to history for lessons on the current economic situation.
Commentator Barlow Herget says America needs to stop messing with the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and focus on job creation at home.
It's only nine and a half months from the New Hampshire Primary, Feb. 14. So, join me in my own demand for Mr. Obama and his Republican challengers: Prosecute a Wall Street banker.
His death was justice delayed, but justice in the end.
I, as a white Southerner, still see ghosts, dragging the chains of segregation and the secret thoughts of racial inferiority.
There's a lesson in the budget for the forthcoming battle over lifting the debt ceiling.
On of the lessons we can learn is the ongoing nightmare of Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant can be instructive.
The option that dare not speak its name.
The charter schools movement as a new backdoor to the old idea of segregated academies.
History is filled with well-intentioned revolutions that have ended with despots and tyrants worse than those they replaced.
Barlow says the Tucson shootings just might be the impetus needed to re-examine gun laws.
Why the country should find a middle ground to meet in.
"Open" isn't always "better."
President Obama returned from a rough trade trip overseas to the hollers and hoots of Republicans who clobbered Mr. Obama's party in the Nov. 2 election.
Barlow explains the Burr under his saddle.
Can Republicans afford to keep alienating one ethnic and religious group after another?