CJ Video (Page 398)

  • Former federal official explains regulatory review’s benefits

    Allen Basala, a charter employee of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and a former Senate congressional fellow, employee of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Office of Advocacy, and N.C. State University adjunct faculty member, explains the advantages of regulatory review. Basala offered these comments during an interview for…

  • Author discusses strong response to books about Italian-American history

    Paul Paolicelli, author of the nonfiction books Dances With Luigi and Under the Southern Sun, discusses the strong response to his books, which relate stories that link Italians and Americans of Italian descent. Paolicelli delivered these remarks during a presentation to the John Locke Foundation’s Shaftesbury Society October 12, 2009.

  • JLF’s Jon Ham discusses media coverage of President Obama

    Jon Ham, John Locke Foundation vice president for communications and Carolina Journal publisher, analyzes mainstream media coverage of the Obama administration. Ham offered these comments during an interview with Donna Martinez for Carolina Journal Radio (Program No. 334).

  • N.C. Spin panelists discuss court ruling linked to the Highway Trust Fund

    John Locke Foundation President John Hood and Bob Orr of the N.C. Institute for Constitutional Law discuss the N.C. Court of Appeals’ recent ruling that the governor cannot take money from the Highway Trust Fund to pay the state’s nonhighway bills. This exchange took place during the October 11, 2009,…

  • Political analyst Cal Thomas warns of danger of radical Islam

    Syndicated columnist, author, and Fox News political analyst Cal Thomas discusses the danger associated with radical Islam. Thomas delivered these remarks during a John Locke Foundation Headliner luncheon October 8, 2009. To watch full-length presentations of John Locke Foundation events, click here.

  • State of Our Constitution Series examines education in North Carolina

    The John Locke Foundation’s N.C. History Project and the N.C. Institute for Constitutional Law co-host a State of Our Constitution Series forum on education. Attorney Bill Graham moderates an Oct. 8, 2009, discussion at Catawba College in Salisbury. The expert panelists are Wake Forest University political scientist John Dinan, JLF…