CJ Radio

  • States wrestle with occupational licensing, film incentives

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 783: North Carolina policymakers are not alone when it comes to wrestling with public policy issues such as the proper level of occupational licensing and the use of incentives targeting the film industry. Jon Sanders, John Locke Foundation director of regulatory studies, compares…

  • Scholar cites research panning partisan judicial elections

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 783: State lawmakers have been debating potential changes to the system North Carolina uses to select its judges. The John Locke Foundation and Western Carolina University’s Center for the Study of Free Enterprise co-hosted a recent panel discussion of the topic. Carolina Journal…

  • Scholar defends current N.C. system of partisan judicial elections

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 783: State lawmakers have been debating potential changes to the system North Carolina uses to select its judges. The John Locke Foundation and Western Carolina University’s Center for the Study of Free Enterprise co-hosted a recent panel discussion of the topic. Carolina Journal…

  • Harris-Pittenger upset headlines N.C. primary election results

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 783: North Carolina’s primary election featured the first incumbent congressman to lose an election in 2018. Eight incumbent legislators also lost their re-election bids. Carolina Journal Editor-in-Chief Rick Henderson analyzes these and other results. Henderson assesses the potential impact for the November general election.

  • Duke professor tracks apparent growth of CEOs’ political activism

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 782: Corporate CEOs seem to have played a more active role in political controversies in recent years. It’s a development that has attracted attention from Duke professor Aaron Chatterji. During a recent speech to the John Locke Foundation’s Shaftesbury Society, Chatterji detailed his…

  • Recent NCSU speaker cites search for solidarity despite partisan divide

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 782: Despite the sharp partisan divide in American politics, there are signs of a “search for solidarity.” That was one of the key themes in Yuval Levin’s recent John W. Pope Lecture at N.C. State University. Levin, editor of National Affairs and author…