• John Locke Update

    Carolina Journal’s work promoted

    posted December 8, 2011
    A recent N.C. Senate vote could help dismantle the state’s Racial Justice Act, which allows death row inmates to use statistics about jury composition to help them escape capital punishment.
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    Other items of interest

    posted December 8, 2011
    The Greensboro News & Record‘s “Mixing It Up” feature recently quoted extensively from John Locke Foundation President John Hood‘s column on firing public school teachers. ([O]nly in government-run schools —…
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    A summation of Climategate II so far

    posted December 7, 2011 by Dr. Roy Cordato
    View in your browser. This weekly newsletter, focused on environmental issues, highlights relevant analysis done by the John Locke Foundation and other think tanks, as…
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    Time is not on their side

    posted December 5, 2011 by Dr. Terry Stoops
    View in your browser. Welcome Like a freakin’ zombie, the idea to lengthen the school year never dies. I do my…
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    Hood’s analysis attracts state, national attention

    posted December 1, 2011
    The failure of Congress’ deficit-reduction supercommittee led the N.C. News Network  to seek expert commentary from John Locke Foundation President John Hood. A Winston-Salem Journal letter writer…
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    Other items of interest

    posted December 1, 2011
    North Carolina should scrap its corporate income tax, according to a recent John Locke Foundation Spotlight report. The Heartland Institute took notice of that recommendation and…

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