The year-end edition of Carolina Journal Radio looks back at some of 2017’s most interesting topics.

Jon Pritchett shares highlights from his Wall Street Journal column detailing the problems linked to corporate CEOs’ political activism. Roy Cordato questions a study that suggests North Carolina’s economy benefits when people get sick.

George Mason University economist Donald Boudreaux rebuts nonsense about the negative impact of trade deficits. Duke political scientist Richard Salsman corrects the record about Alexander Hamilton’s political philosophy.

Plus you’ll learn why UNC government professor Jessica Smith believes North Carolina needs a complete rewrite of its criminal code.