CJ Radio (Page 107)

  • Seven Steps to a Better and Saner State Budget

    Joe Coletti on seven steps to a saner and better state budget; Andy Taylor on tobacco's changing political fortunes; Yuri Maltsev on the history of communism; Robert Spencer on Islamic extremists; Michael Sanera on efforts to make landlords into cops.

  • Perdue Heads to Asia With a Flawed Strategy

    John Hood on Perdue's Asia trip; John Fund on plans by liberals to push policy goals; David Williams on need for Fed scrutiny; Allen Basala on positive impact of regulatory review process; Jon Ham on media coverage of President Obama.

  • Consumer-Driven Health Care: Foundation for Reform

    Jenna Ashley Robinson on a plan for college-bound students; Bob Seligson, Joe Coletti, and Tim Phillips on consumer driven health care reform and other approaches; Alfred Regnery on conservative books that changed history; Roy Cordato on a new ban.

  • Lessons for Congress in N.C.’s High-Risk Insurance Pool?

    Joe Coletti on N.C.'s high-risk insurance pool; Rally attendees on health care reform; Carrier Prejean on her experience with political correctness; Grover Norquist on possible conservative resurgence; Rick Henderson on state push to acquire Alcoa dams.

  • JLF Checklist Targets Top Education Issues

    Terry Stoops on education checklist and key issues; Kay Hagan, Richard Burr, and cancer survivor Tracy Walsh on health care reform; Mark McNeilly on applying ancient Chinese military text to the business world; Roy Cordato on 2009 ozone ratings.

  • A Recovery Plan for North Carolina’s Economy

    John Hood on N.C.'s economic future; Bev Perdue and Terry Stoops on K-12 education cuts; Hugh Blackwell on scrutinizing administrative bloat; Jason Kay on taxpayer support of biotech; Daren Bakst on controversy over wind turbines in N.C. mountains.

  • UNC Retreat Packages Reveal Life Inside the Ivory Tower

    Jane Shaw on UNC retreat packages; Jeanette Doran on a First Amendment victory involving lawyers; HansMarc Hurd on Iranian presidential election; Program Evaluation Oversight Committee members on state contracts; Troy Kickler on N.C.'s eugenics program.

  • The Good, Bad, and Ugly of the Legislative Session

    Becki Gray on legislative session highs and lows; Jennis Biser on Milton Friedman and "public choice theory"; Beverly Perdue on state budget deal; Tom Fetzer on NC GOP's election battle plan; Terry Stoops on K-12 education budget.

  • A Physician’s Prescription For Health Care Reform

    Joe Coletti on state spending cuts and tax hikes; Brent Ellmers on health care reform; Phil Berger on a no-tax-hike budget; John Dinan, John Tyson, Kieran Shanahan, and Emmett Boney Haywood on property rights; Michael Sanera on freedom and local policies.

  • New State Budget Produces Tax Hikes, Ignores Opportunities

    Becki Gray on highlights and lowlights of new state budget; Bob Hall and Don Carrington on Easley campaign finances; Kay Hagan, Richard Burr, and Joe Coletti on health care reform; Daren Bakst on consequences of SB3 renewal energy mandate.