Listeners of Bill LuMaye’s afternoon radio talk show on WPTF will hear this afternoon from Carolina Journal Executive Editor Don Carrington, who will share the latest installments of his ongoing investigation into tax fraud schemes in North Carolina.

Managing Editor Rick Henderson discussed shifts in North Carolina partisan politics during his latest appearance on Time Warner Cable News’ statewide “Capital Tonight” program. Henderson assesses the week’s top electoral developments during the “On the Trail” segment for this weekend’s syndicated Curtis Media Group “People in Politics” program. The N.C. Spin website promoted Henderson’s “Locker Room” blog entry on a judge’s order blocking North Carolina’s new opportunity scholarships.

The Washington Post‘s “Volokh Conspiracy” blog cited Associate Editor Barry Smith‘s article about the impact of a judge’s ruling against North Carolina’s new opportunity scholarships. The Greensboro News & Record‘s “Mixing It Up” feature highlighted Publisher Jon Ham‘s recent column on news media outlets’ inconsistent treatment of unsavory elements in their subjects’ past. The Laurinburg Exchange and Lumberton Robesonian published John Locke Foundation Senior Fellow Marc Rotterman‘s column analyzing U.S. Sen. Richard Burr’s health care reform proposal.

The Mooresville Tribune published Becki Gray’s recent column on the “right path” for North Carolina government, while and the N.C. Spin website promoted her column on the link between the 2014 elections and freedom., the N.C. Spin website, and N.C. Senate Republicans’ daily press email all cited CJ Associate Editor Dan Way‘s report on candidate filings for this year’s elections. GOP senators also promoted Way’s article on the Catawba Indians’ pursuit of new casinos in both Carolinas, Gray’s column linking elections and freedom, Smith’s report on a controversial Haywood County tax proposal, and Henderson’s column on gerrymandering.