This weekend on Carolina Journal Radio
Posted by Mitch Kokai at 07:17 AMCarolina Journal Radio marks its 400th edition this weekend by highlighting some of the most interesting people who’ve shared their insights and analysis with the program over the past 7 ½ years. You’ll hear comments from Steve Forbes, P.J. O’Rourke, Walter Williams, Peggy Noonan, Bill Kristol, and other leading libertarian and conservative thinkers.
John Hood joins us to discuss the crisis of structural budget deficits for state governments across the country, while Joseph Coletti will dissect some of the latest negative unintended consequences associated with federal health care reform — focusing especially on the new federal “high-risk pool.”
You’ll hear highlights from Wells Fargo economist Mark Vitner’s 2011 economic forecast, and Fayetteville State University professor Edward Stringham will outline the benefits of an increased reliance on private law enforcement.
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