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Triangle radio listeners had a chance to hear analysis this week from Becki Gray, John Locke Foundation Vice President for Outreach. Gray and WTSB’s Carl Lamm discussed the WikiLeaks controversy, the Easley felony plea, and Gov. Beverly Perdue’s campaign flight records. Meanwhile, Mitch Kokai, Director of Communications, discussed the new General Assembly’s top priorities during an appearance with Curtis Wright on WAAV/WFNC. The Durham Herald-Sun announced recently that it plans to publish JLF President John Hood‘s syndicated column each Thursday. Reason magazine’s “Hit & Run” blog cited Meck Deck blogger Jeff Taylor‘s discussion of border patrol efforts targeting country music star Willie Nelson. A column published at Freedom Newspapers’ online site, ENC Today, noted N.C. History Project research about the muscadine grape. Creative Loafing‘s recent profile of JLF founding chairman Art Pope mentioned the John Locke Foundation.

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