Will Gov. Beverly Perdue face any long-term consequences for her unusual comments about suspending congressional elections? Rick Henderson assesses Perdue’s predicament during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.
You’ll hear highlights from Florida Sen. Marco Rubio’s first major foreign policy address, delivered at Wingate University for the Jesse Helms Center. Global warming skeptic Patrick Michaels of George Mason University and the Cato Institute discusses themes from his book Climate Coup.
Terry Stoops discusses strategies for improving teacher training in North Carolina, and you’ll hear a recent legislative debate about selling unused state government buildings.