November 26, 2010
This weekend on Carolina Journal Radio
Posted by Mitch Kokai at 07:03 AMIt would be hard to argue that the Tea Party movement played anything other than a pivotal role in shaping the outcome of the 2010 elections on a national scale. How did mainstream media outlets characterize the Tea Partyís impact? Jon Ham explores that topic in latest edition of Carolina Journal Radio.
Speaking of elections, Rick Henderson and The Wall Street Journalís John Fund will discuss concerns about voter fraud, while John Hood will urge caution for Republicans who are inclined to get too excited about the long-term impact of their 2010 victories.
Meanwhile, Roy Cordato will explain the problems associated with a government planning concept called demand-side management, while Terry Stoops will react to comments from Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton and state Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson about the benefits of redesigned high schools.
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