Some left-of-center activist groups have aimed fire recently at the American Legislative Exchange Council, a free market-oriented group that works with legislators from across the country. At the same time, those activists have had nothing to say about the National Conference of State Legislatures, a similar group with a bias toward government growth. Rick Henderson examines the two groups during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.
Roy Cordato discusses highlights from the John Locke Foundation’s new Agenda 2012, and you’ll hear legislative debate about efforts to limit state emissions inspections for owners of North Carolina’s newest cars.
You’ll hear what Florida Sen. Marco Rubio had to say about the American dream during a recent book-tour stop in Raleigh, and author Thomas Thibeault will share themes from his book Balto’s Nose, which describes the World War II work of a group of Americans dubbed “monuments men.”