John Locke Foundation celebrates 25th anniversary in 2015
The John Locke Foundation celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2015. Among those offering congratulations in this video: Ed Meese, Fred Barnes, Byron York, George Will, Mary Katharine Ham, Sen. Richard Burr, Michael Barone, Newt Gingrich, and Grover Norquist.
Dr. Roy Cordato, John Locke Foundation vice president for research and resident scholar, explains why N.C. lawmakers should focus on building state government's budget reserves. Cordato offered these comments during an interview with Donna Martinez for Carolina Journal Radio (Program No. 623).
Recent CJ TV Videos
- JLF's John Hood analyzes latest N.C. redistricting ruling
- JLF's Katherine Restrepo says N.C. could learn from Kansas Medicaid reform
- Author Tommy Harrelson discusses legacy of Southport's Art Newton
- Carolina Journal's Rick Henderson discusses N.C. tax fraud scheme
- Manhattan Institute's James Copland discusses overcriminalizing N.C.
James Copland, senior fellow and director of the Manhattan Institute's Center for Legal Policy, discusses key findings from the MI report "Overcriminalizing the Old North State." Copland offered these comments during an April 20, 2015, speech for the John Locke Foundation's Shaftesbury Society. To watch full-length presentations of JLF events, click here.
The John Locke Foundation hosts a panel discussion on Medicaid reform, featuring experts who have contributed to reforms in Kansas, Florida, and Louisiana. Speakers at the April 13, 2015, event in Raleigh were Christie Herrera, senior fellow at the Foundation for Government Accountability; Alan Levine, president/CEO of Mountain States Health Alliance and a former health adviser to both former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and current Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal; and Kansas Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer, a physician and former Kansas legislator.
John Locke Foundation Chairman John Hood answers host Tom Campbell's question about the U.S. Supreme Court's order that the N.C. Supreme Court review the state's latest congressional and legislative election maps again. This exchange took place during the April 26, 2015, episode of N.C. Spin.
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