A recent editorial in the High Point Enterprise took note of John Locke Foundation President John Hood‘s column contrasting two North Carolina counties’ response to the recent primary election. (A front-page story by political reporter Paul B. Johnson in Monday’s Enterprise spotlighted it. And then a column on Tuesday’s Opinion page by John Hood focused on it — the two snapshots of the state that North Carolina’s voting record reveals.) Meanwhile, Hood’s latest contribution to National Review Online’s blog “The Corner” focused on troubling economic developments for President Obama and his allies. N.C. Senate Republicans’ daily press emails promoted Hood’s columns this week on North Carolina’s employment picture, the value of self-restraint, North Carolina’s public education performance, and the need to scrap the state’s corporate income tax.