Carolina Journal Print Edition

Volume 23, Number 5 – May 2014

• Illegals get jail time in IRS tax fraud scheme
• General Assembly staff rips film credit study

• Expert: Renewables add billions to energy prices, Page 2
• Insurance mandate in NCGA could pile more costs on employees, Page 3
• Lawmakers enhance absentee ballot security, Page 4
• State Briefs, Page 4
• McCrory uses date of tax filing deadline to tout tax reforms, Page 5
• JLF: Academic research backs N.C. tax, regulatory reforms, Page 6
• Burr: CARE Act a ‘patient-centric’ Obamacare alternative, Page 7

• Pro-voucher group lets parents tell their stories, Page 8
• Kristen Blair commentary: When homework becomes overwork, Page 8
• Teacher pay will headline 2014 short session of General Assembly, Page 9

• ‘Gainful employment’ rules target for-profit colleges, Page 17
• George Leef commentary: Caving to censorship pressure, Page 17
• UNC-CH struggles with issue of campus sex crimes, Page 18
• Campus Briefs, Page 18
• Issues in Higher Education: A sickness in the soul of the UNC system is increasingly apparent, Page 19

• Feds may give muni broadbands second look, Page 10
• Town and County, Page 10
• Volunteer numbers dwindling for state’s fire departments, Page 11
• Michael Lowrey commentary: Questions surround Cannon indictment, Page 11
• Court: Private property parking subject to zoning ordinance, Page 12
• Justices reject class-action status for Map Act lawsuit, Page 13

• Book review: Book reveals all mass murderers not equal, Page 20
• From the Liberty Library, Page 20
• Troy Kickler commentary: Book uses unusual arguments to warn of ‘elective monarchy,’ Page 21
• Book review: Multifaceted Eddie Rickenbacker’s recklessness fueled his genius, Page 22
• Book review: Media, Pa., FBI heist a compelling story worthy of movie version, Page 23

• Editorial: Left behind in policy debate, Page 24
• Becki Gray commentary: Short session, meaningful agenda, Page 24
• Editorial: Let markets work, Page 25
• Editorial: Down on the farm, Page 25
• John Hood commentary: Choice program deserves defense, Page 25
• Media Mangle: Writing news to confuse, Page 26
• Michael Walden commentary: When’s a cable company too big?, Page 26
• Roy Cordato commentary: Kooky Keynesianism and the minimum wage, Page 27
• Marc Rotterman commentary: A premature coronation, Page 27

• Lawmaker seeks incentives for individual film tourists (a CJ parody), Page 28