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    Making radio waves

    posted January 17, 2008
    John Locke Foundation and Pope Center analysts spent much of their time this week sharing their expertise with North Carolina’s radio listeners. Carolina Journal Executive Editor Don Carrington continues to…
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    More on McCain

    posted January 17, 2008
    Cordato had explained last week for National Review Online that U.S. Sen. John McCain is leading the charge for legislation that would amount to a substantial energy tax…
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    Nannies on board

    posted January 17, 2008
    On the other side of the political fence, former U.S. Sen. John Edwards is competing with current Sen. Barack Obama for the right to fight Sen. Hillary Clinton for the…
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    Under the Hood of politics

    posted January 17, 2008
    The McCrory announcement also earned John Locke Foundation President John Hood an interview with the Charlotte Observer. Hood also contributed his expertise to the Raleigh News & Observer‘s…
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    Presidential politics

    posted January 10, 2008
    Pundits across the political spectrum are trying to decide what the results of the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primaries mean for the 2008 presidential race. John Locke Foundation president…
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    Gubernatorial politics

    posted January 10, 2008
    North Carolina voters will also choose a new governor this year, and seven-term Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory is considering a late entry into the Republican primary race. The Greensboro News…
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    Water woes continue

    posted January 10, 2008
    The John Locke Foundation’s free market-based defense of variable water pricing continued to draw attention as North Carolina spent another week in drought conditions. Karen Palasek, director of educational and…
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    Warming report debunked

    posted January 10, 2008
    A peer review from the Boston-based Beacon Hill Institute poked holes this week in the Appalachian State University Energy Center’s claims that climate change policies would produce hundreds…
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    Not-so-smart growth

    posted January 10, 2008
    JLF researchers led by Research Director and local government analyst Michael Sanera have been watching closely as Jackson County leaders push new property rights restrictions. When Sanera learned recently that…
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    Driver’s license drama

    posted January 10, 2008
    A new law designed to block illegal immigrants from securing North Carolina driver’s licenses also creates roadblocks for an Asheville man who refuses to use a Social Security Number. The…

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