Print Editions

  • Volume 30, Number 8 – Dec/Jan 2021

    More than 67% of North Carolinians do not trust that the mass media reports the news fully, accurately, and fairly. That from a new Civitas poll conducted in November of a bipartisan pool of 600 likely voters. That should come as no surprise as the nation watches the…

  • Volume 30, Number 7 – Oct/Nov 2021

    At Carolina Journal we have been covering N.C. news for more than 20 years. More than ever, we see the blurring lines between strategic messaging and healthy debate, individual freedom, and governmental mandates. When you dig into our work you will find compelling stories about real people fighting for their…

  • Volume 30, Number 6 – Aug/Sept 2021

    This summer has been one of reflection and recovery after last year’s runaway train of riots and pandemic panic. At Carolina Journal, we’re examining and debating the hard issues our nation and state have faced over the past 18 months. Whether your challenge has been a closed business, a closed…

  • Volume 30, Number 1 – January 2021

    On the cover • Four areas of focus • All gone: Pandemic, shutdowns have staggered tourism and imperiled communities across rural North Carolina   News • Legislative leaders, governor announce deal on rural broadband funding, Page 2 • John Locke Foundation and Civitas Institute combine capabilities, Page 3 • Quick…

  • Volume 29, Number 12 – December 2020

    On the cover • Election 2020: It’s a wrap … mostly • Politicians aren’t born; they’re trained   News • Boosting public employee unions would cost plenty, study says, Page 2 • Quick Takes, Page 3 • Gunther declared ineligible to sit as state judge, thanks to Carolina Journal, Page…

  • Volume 29, Number 11 – November 2020

    On the cover • Election 2020: They came, they voted, they won   News • Quick takes, Page 3 • No thanks, governor. Local governments push back against lockdown letter, Page 4 • Election 2020: Low tide for Democrats, Page 5 • Election 2020: Republicans got out and voted on…