CJ Video (Page 438)

  • JLF’s Michael Sanera rebuts idea that health protesters are ‘angry mobs’

    Dr. Michael Sanera, John Locke Foundation research director and local government analyst, responds to assertions from Democratic activists that opponents of the Obama administration’s health care reform proposals are “angry mobs.” Sanera offered these comments for Miracle King’s August 7, 2009, report on News 14 Carolina.

  • Tax Foundation expert critiques N.C. Senate’s tax reform plan

    Joe Henchman, tax counsel and director of state projects for the Tax Foundation, explains why the N.C. Senate’s original proposal for reforming the state’s tax code fell short of true reform. Henchman offered these comments during an interview for Carolina Journal Radio (Program No. 325).

  • JLF’s John Hood debunks conspiracy theories about health care protests

    John Locke Foundation President John Hood rebuts arguments that opposition to the Obama administration’s health-care proposals stems only from organized conservative groups. Hood contributed these comments to Sheyenne Rodriguez’s August 6, 2009, report for WTVD (ABC11) on health care protests and a reported death threat against U.S. Rep. Brad Miller.

  • AFPNC health care bus tour stops at Etheridge’s Lillington office

    Americans for Prosperity North Carolina’s “Hands Off My Health Care” bus tour rolls through Lillington August 6, 2009. It stopped outside the district office of U.S. Rep. Bob Etheridge, D-2nd. Speakers include John Locke Foundation Policy Analyst and Research Editor Jon Sanders.

  • AFPNC health care bus tour rolls through Dunn

    Americans for Prosperity North Carolina’s “Hands Off My Health Care” bus tour rolls through Dunn August 6, 2009. Speakers include John Locke Foundation Policy Analyst and Research Editor Jon Sanders.

  • GOP legislative leaders critique Democrats’ budget deal

    Republican legislative leaders outline their concerns about Democrats’ final state budget deal during an August 4, 2009, news conference. Senate Minority Leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, and House Minority Leader Paul Stam, R-Wake, critique the budget, while Sen. Eddie Goodall, R-Union, discusses the state’s application for federal education funds.