Hood in demand (and other items of interest)
Triangle radio listeners heard an entire afternoon of commentary and analysis from John Locke Foundation President John Hood this week, when Hood served as guest host for Bill LuMaye‘s WPTF program. Hood also recorded two segments this week for upcoming editions of News 14 Carolina’s “Political Connections.” The first focuses on recent news emanating from the Legislative Building and the governor’s office, while the second offers a year-end North Carolina political review. In other news, N.C. History Project Director Troy Kickler discussed the themes of the JLF/NCHP Citizen’s Constitutional Workshops — along with the history behind the Tea Party movement — during his latest appearance with Chad Adams on WLTT Radio’s morning show. An American Independent article about the future of North Carolina’s Racial Justice Act and capital punishment cited the John Locke Foundation.