The national online audience at had access this week to Carolina Journal Publisher Jon Ham‘s thoughts about slanted media coverage of the presidential race. Meanwhile, North Carolina newspapers continue to publish CJ material. The Thomasville Times picked up John Locke Foundation Vice President for Outreach Becki Gray‘s column comparing taxpayers to the cash-strapped “father of the bride.” The Duplin Times published Carolina Journal Radio Co-Host Donna Martinez‘s piece lamenting those who seek to tear down society’s most successful, productive people.

N.C. Senate Republicans promoted CJ Associate Editor Barry Smith‘s articles on a new poll highlighting economic problems for young adults and questions surrounding North Carolina’s latest statewide public school graduation rates. The Senate GOP also highlighted contributor Sara Burrows‘ article on a new state law that loosens food truck restrictions.