by Mitch Kokai
Senior Political Analyst, John Locke Foundation
Changes in social media have created challenges for N.C. lawmakers and courts as they try to balance free-speech rights with efforts to protect the public from sexual predators and other criminals. Jon Guze explores that balancing act in the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.
Jon Sanders explains how occupational licensing restrictions create obstacles for would-be entrepreneurs, hurting the poor more than anyone else. Jay Schalin of the Pope Center for Higher Education Policy documents the decline of the campus English department.
Plus you’ll hear highlights from a legislative debate about cooperation between the UNC system and state community colleges, along with a defense of eyebrow-raising pay hikes in the state treasurer’s office.