by Mitch Kokai
Senior Political Analyst, John Locke Foundation
Some Mount Airy property owners recently won a major victory against the threat of eminent domain abuse. Gene Clark, one of the affected property owners, and Institute for Justice activism coordinator Phil Applebaum discuss the good news during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.
John Hood dissects the top races on North Carolina’s election ballot this year, and Brent Lane of UNC-Chapel Hill’s Center for Competitive Economies explains why N.C. lawmakers should focus on boosting the state’s per-capita personal income.
Plus University of Arizona philosophy professor Jerry Gaus explains why some people will reject a deal that benefits them personally if they think the terms of the deal give someone else an unfair advantage.