A recent Carolina Journal cover story has prompted a national group representing federal prosecutors to seek an investigation from U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch. It’s a story involving murderous gang members, death threats, and a politically appointed U.S. attorney’s questionable actions. Rick Henderson shares details during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.

John Hood explains why his latest book profiles former two-term Republican Gov. Jim Martin. Terry Stoops dissects the K-12 education provisions in the latest N.C. state budget. Speaking of education, N.C. State political scientist Andrew Taylor explains factors that have led to contentious school board elections in North Carolina’s largest district.

Plus you’ll hear highlights from the widely divergent economic messages N.C. voters heard recently from a pair of presidential candidates: Republican Jeb Bush and Democrat Bernie Sanders.