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Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
July 15, 2024
This week on Family Policy Matters host Traci DeVette Griggs welcomes Matt Sharp Senior Counsel and Director of the Center for Public Policy at Alliance Defending Freedom to discuss the legal battle that is underway to protect women's and parental rights from the Biden Administration's changes to Title IX [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
November 13, 2023
This week on Family Policy Matters host Traci DeVette Griggs welcomes Clare Morell Director of the Ethics and Public Policy Center's Technology and Human Flourishing Project to discuss how cell phones and social media are harming children and what we can do about it [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
September 18, 2023
This week on Family Policy Matters host Traci DeVette Griggs welcomes Dr Carrie Gress a Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center and author of the new book The End of Woman How Smashing the Patriarchy Has Destroyed Us to discuss the damage that the feminist movement has done over the last two centuries [... more]
The Christian Worldview
David Wheaton
September 16, 2023
GUEST ABRAHAM HAMILTON III General Counsel and Public Policy Analyst American Family AssociationThe establishment of laws and the punishments for breaking them that apply to some but not to others is the bane of a healthy and cohesive society The United States has prided itself as a country where there is equal justice under the law and liberty and justice for all But Lady Justice the statue of a woman holding the scales of justice with a blindfold on so as to judge impartially does not seem to be so blind anymore Perpetrators of crime and riots in our cities [... more]
The Christian Worldview
David Wheaton
July 08, 2023
GUESTS ABRAHAM HAMILTON III General Counsel and Public Policy Analyst American Family Association and SOEREN KERN Writing Fellow for Middle East ForumThis week on The Christian Worldview we are going to examine some current events taking place in America and Europe First Abraham Hamilton General Counsel and Public Policy Analyst for American Family Association will join us to analyze three decisions by the U S Supreme Court Affirming the right of a Colorado website designer to not be compelled to design a site for a homosexual weddingOverturning affirmative action at colleges and universities where a prospective student's minority racial profile [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
January 30, 2023
This week on Family Policy Matters host Traci DeVette Griggs welcomes back Patrick T Brown to discuss how the workplace can become more family friendly and work with employees as they raise their children Patrick is a Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
October 11, 2022
This week on Family Policy Matters host Traci DeVette Griggs welcomes back Patrick T Brown a fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center to discuss the importance of a pro-family agenda in a post-Dobbs world [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
August 22, 2022
This week on Family Policy Matters host Traci DeVette Griggs sits down with Clare Morell to discuss the recent report she co-authored entitled Raising a Family in the Digital Age A Technology Guide for Parents [... more]
Chosen Generation
Pastor Greg Young
July 14, 2022
Dr Judy Mikovits the plandemic is being used to divide and conquer Meeting to discuss the targeting of blacks with Louis Farrakhian Saved five million lives by stopping his endorsement of the injection Breakdown of the science and what the research shows Ethan Peck National Center for Public Policy Free Enterprise Project exposing stakeholder capitalism where corporations become people who are not looking out for the shareholder or the Corporations interests but rather following a social engineering agenda No longer about business and customer service but social constructs and influencing how we are living our lives Forcing social agenda [... more]
Chosen Generation
Pastor Greg Young
June 06, 2022
Rick Manning joins Pastor Greg as they discuss the need for Americans to realize how a Christian Work Ethic and Ingenuity made America the greatest nation on earth Having God and biblical values as the foundation caused Americans to work harder and try harder Sign up at GetLiberty org for Email Alerts Your A is under attack Ethan Peck FEP National Center for Public Policy discusses what ESG means and how it is being used to silence free speech eliminate non Government approved woke businesses HRC the Inhuman rights campaign that is pushing the sodomization of America and the children [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
May 31, 2022
This week on Family Policy Matters we're bringing you Part of an excerpt from NC Family's Raleigh Dinner which was held on May featuring Dr Ryan T Anderson of the Ethics and Public Policy Center Dr Anderson discusses the four most contested truths in our culture in Part of a -part show [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
May 23, 2022
This week on Family Policy Matters we're bringing you an excerpt from NC Family's Raleigh Dinner which was held on May featuring Dr Ryan T Anderson of the Ethics and Public Policy Center Dr Anderson discusses the four most contested truths in our culture in Part of a -part show [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
April 04, 2022
This week on Family Policy Matters host Traci DeVette Griggs welcomes Dr Vance Ginn to discuss poverty in America and why we need a more holistic less government-focused approach if we are to truly improve poverty rates in our country [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
January 10, 2022
This week on Family Policy Matters host Traci DeVette Griggs welcomes back Patrick Brown from the Ethics and Public Policy Center to discuss his recent article Ways to Make America More Family-Friendly [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
July 26, 2021
This week on Family Policy Matters we're bringing you a re-air of a show from February with Henry Olsen senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center Olsen discusses a survey of American voters on paid family leave and shares the surprising findings that support for paid family leave spans the partisan divide and is highly important to key voter groups [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
July 12, 2021
This week on Family Policy Matters host Traci DeVette Griggs welcomes back Katy Faust founder of the world's first children's rights organization Them Before Us to discuss her new book Faust outlines why the majority of public policy issues could be solved if everyone viewed them through the lens of what's best for children [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
April 26, 2021
This week on Family Policy Matters host Traci DeVette Griggs sits down with Dr Carrie Gress an author and mother of five to discuss what has come to be known as the Theology of Home Dr Gress dives into how we can see God and a foretaste of heaven within our homes and families and why we should all focus on the value of home [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
February 01, 2021
If a state government agency wants to avoid complying with N C law it might be able to accomplish its goal through a collusive lawsuit settlement But state lawmakers could take steps this year to strike back against those settlements Andy Jackson director of the Civitas Center for Public Integrity at the John Locke Foundation explains why the General Assembly should address the issue The recent addition of Justice Amy Coney Barrett to the U S Supreme Court has revived discussion of the legal concept of originalism One ongoing debate among constitutional theorists involves the importance of court precedents for [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
August 17, 2020
Carolina Journal Radio celebrates its th weekly episode marking more than years of documenting interesting developments in N C politics and public policy Using that milestone as a starting point John Locke Foundation CEO Amy Cooke looks ahead to the future for JLF efforts to spread the message about individual freedom personal responsibility and limited constitutional government Plaintiffs tied to the N C Association of Educators teachers union are challenging Opportunity Scholarship school vouchers in court Opponents contend vouchers violate the state constitution despite the fact that the N C Supreme Court upheld Opportunity Scholarships in Jeanette Doran president and [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
August 10, 2020
This week on Family Policy Matters we are re-airing Part of a -part show from July featuring Dan Darling pastor and Vice President of Communications for the Ethic and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention Darling continues his conversation with host Traci DeVette Griggs discussing the importance of Christians being involved in public policy and how we should employ grace and respect when addressing those who disagree with us [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
August 03, 2020
This week on Family Policy Matters we are re-airing Part of a -part show from July featuring Dan Darling pastor and Vice President of Communications for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention Darling discusses the importance of people of faith being involved in public policy and advocating for justice in our nation and the world [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
February 24, 2020
This week on Family Policy Matters host Traci DeVette Griggs talks to Henry Olsen senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center about a new survey of American voters on paid family leave Olsen shares the surprising findings that support for paid family leave spans the partisan divide and is highly important to key voter groups [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
February 24, 2020
The John Locke Foundation and a dozen other public policy groups in other states have joined together to support a nationally significant court case designed to protect workers' rights The case involves a professor at a northeastern public university campus He challenges a law requiring him to be linked to a labor union he opposes Jon Guze John Locke Foundation director of legal studies discusses the case's significance He explains why JLF is taking part in the case Social justice is playing an increasingly disturbing role in American higher education That National Association of Scholars documents that role in a [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
January 13, 2020
Debate about public education in North Carolina gets bogged down by some popular myths The myths include misconceptions about teacher pay and the impact of school choice on public school enrollment Terry Stoops John Locke Foundation vice president for research and director of education studies addresses those myths and attempts to correct the record Occupational licensing laws limit economic opportunities in North Carolina During a recent speech for the Federalist Society in Raleigh attorney Justin Pearson of the Institute for Justice explained how Pearson shares highlights from that presentation in a one-on-one interview The University of North Carolina System has [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
December 30, 2019
As we look forward to a new year Carolina Journal Radio reviews some of the most interesting topics from North Carolina's system for funding public schools is broken A more student-centered approach to funding could fix the problem Terry Stoops John Locke Foundation vice president for research and resident scholar discusses recommendations from a new report that recommends a major overhaul of N C public education financing The U S Supreme Court ruled in that unions representing state government workers couldn't force nonmembers to pay union dues The winning plaintiff in that case Mark Janus continues his fight against forced [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
November 18, 2019
Mecklenburg County voters recently rejected a sales-tax increase It was advertised as raising money for arts and parks Joseph Coletti John Locke Foundation senior fellow has examined the impact of the timing of local sales-tax votes on the likelihood of their approval He's found that voters are less likely to endorse these tax hikes during high-turnout elections Public schools have struggled for years with a racial achievement gap But recent research is pointing toward ways to help improve minority student performance Seth Gershenson professor of public policy at American University explains how a teacher's race can make an impact on [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
August 12, 2019
This week on Family Policy Matters NC Family brings you Part of a -part show with J P De Gance Founder and President of Communio an organization that works to equip communities and churches to strengthen marriages families and faith De Gance speaks with NC Family Communications Director Traci DeVette Griggs about how Communio operates and what it is doing differently to strengthen marriages and limit divorces [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
July 29, 2019
This week on Family Policy Matters NC Family brings you Part of a -part show with Dan Darling a pastor and Vice President of Communications for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention Darling continues his conversation with NC Family Communications Director Traci DeVette Griggs discussing the importance of Christians being involved in public policy and how we should employ grace and respect when addressing those who disagree with us [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
July 22, 2019
This week on Family Policy Matters NC Family Communications Director Traci DeVette Griggs talks with Dan Darling pastor and Vice President of Communications for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention in Part of this -part series Darling discusses the importance of people of faith being involved in public policy and advocating for justice in our nation and the world [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
June 10, 2019
State senators have rolled out their version of a billion General Fund spending plan for the budget year that starts July The Senate differs from the House in prioritizing pay raises for state workers Neither chamber has included any money for addressing Gov Roy Cooper's proposed Medicaid expansion Joseph Coletti John Locke Foundation senior fellow analyzes the Senate's proposals Whatever you think about the best way to fight crime you likely support the idea that crime-fighting policies ought to work as intended Brandon Garrett professor at the Duke Law School focuses on evidence-based criminal justice He explains how his research [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
June 03, 2019
Accusations of partisan politics emerged after the new Democratic majority on the N C State Board of Elections decided to fire state elections director Kim Strach Rick Henderson Carolina Journal editor-in-chief analyzes the politics of the decision He looks at the potential impact on elections scheduled this year and in Many of government's problems stem from an unwillingness to apply common sense to public policy issues That's a key tenet of Try Common Sense the latest book from Philip Howard of the government reform group Common Ground Howard explains how a dose of common sense would make government operate much [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
May 27, 2019
State Sen Dan Bishop won a crowded Republican primary in North Carolina's special th Congressional District election That victory sets up a Sept showdown with Democrat Dan McCready who came close to winning the disputed th District race in Rick Henderson Carolina Journal editor-in-chief discusses Bishop's win and looks ahead to the general election The feminist movement has had an undeniable impact on the lives of women Mona Charen senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center says feminism has had a much-less-publicized effect on men Charen explored the consequences of feminism during a recent presentation in North Carolina [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
December 03, 2018
This week on Family Policy Matters NC Family President John L Rustin interviews Mitch Kokai a senior political analyst at the John Locke Foundation one of North Carolina's preeminent conservative research organizations and public policy think tanks Mitch talks about four new amendments to North Carolina's constitution [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
November 19, 2018
Voters have broken veto-proof Republican supermajorities in the N C General Assembly The November election results ensure a more powerful role for both the Democratic minority and Gov Roy Cooper Becki Gray John Locke Foundation senior vice president analyzes the election's significance The United States and other Western nations are choosing to reject the economic Miracle that has generated most of the world's prosperity That's the assessment of Jonah Goldberg The American Enterprise Institute Scholar and National Review senior editor explains his assessment in the recent book Suicide of the West He discussed key themes from the book during a [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
September 17, 2018
As Carolina Journal Radio marks its th weekly episode we look back at some of the most interesting guests who have analyzed political public policy and historical developments over more than a dozen years You'll hear from Fred Barnes Arthur Brooks Charles Cooke Steve Forbes Robert George Jonah Goldberg Mary Katharine Ham Andrew McCarthy Deroy Murdock Charles Murray Peggy Noonan Michael Novak P J O'Rourke Ramesh Ponnuru Virginia Postrel John Stossel Cal Thomas and Walter Williams New data released from the N C Department of Public Instruction help tell the story of student performance in the state's public schools Terry [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
April 30, 2018
When legislators return to Raleigh in May their primary task involves adjusting the billion General Fund budget for - As they approach that task the John Locke Foundation has compiled a new document that should help them place budget decisions in context It's dubbed the North Carolina Budget in Pictures Senior Fellow Joseph Coletti explains how those pictures will help policymakers and the public make sense of a complex document As the election season heats up veteran political strategist Marc Rotterman is analyzing key factors that will shape the outcome of critical contests at ballot boxes across the country The [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
April 09, 2018
Pro-growth policies have helped boost North Carolina's economy in recent years From tax reform to regulatory reform to government spending restraint policymakers have taken steps to help boost North Carolina's competitiveness Becki Gray John Locke Foundation senior vice president highlights evidence of the state's recent economic successes A process called civil asset forfeiture allows law enforcement agencies to seize private property from people who have been convicted of no crimes It's the type of property-rights abuse the Washington D C -based Institute for Justice fights across the country During a recent visit to North Carolina IJ President and General Counsel [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
March 19, 2018
This week NC Family President speaks with Dr Russell Moore President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission the public policy arm of the Sothern Baptist Convention They discuss racism and the responsibility of Christians to address it [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
March 19, 2018
The General Assembly continues to raise questions about negotiations that led Atlantic Coast Pipeline developers to set up a million fund that would be controlled by Gov Roy Cooper Leading legislators have labeled the money a slush fund that seems to violate constitutional rules about the use and oversight of state money Carolina Journal Associate Editor Dan Way offers an update on the evolving controversy Most of us wonder what's going to happen tomorrow next week or next year Some look ahead five or years N C State University economist Michael Walden focuses even further in the future Walden's latest [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
February 12, 2018
Gov Roy Cooper's administration ended months of speculation by approving a key water-quality permit for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline While complaints from environmental activists grabbed headlines Cooper also raised eyebrows by announcing the creation of a new fund totaling nearly million Cooper says the money can fund more than just mitigation of the pipeline's environmental impact The funds might also pay for economic development and renewable energy projects Critics contend this money represents a slush fund Rick Henderson Carolina Journal editor-in-chief analyzes the pipeline's latest developments Much has changed in N C politics during the past years The NC SPIN [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
January 08, 2018
This week on Family Policy Matters NC Family President John L Rustin speaks with Dr Jennifer Roback Morse the founder of the Ruth Institute a global non-profit focused on keeping families together and helping the millions of people who have been harmed by family breakdown They discuss how healthy actions and expectations are beneficial for ensuring a successful lifelong marriage before saying I do [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
December 25, 2017
Experts fear that poorly designed government policies could make a bad situation worse when it comes to North Carolina's opioid epidemic Carolina Journal's latest cover story highlights the experts' concerns Editor-in-Chief Rick Henderson shares details from the CJ report Free trade has taken a hit in recent public policy debates Bryan Riley senior analyst in trade policy at the Heritage Foundation explains why free trade continues to play an important role in American economic growth Riley rebuts dubious claims about the negative impact of trade One of the most popular statistics in debates about public education is per-pupil expenditure PPE [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
December 11, 2017
A -acre waterfront property in Southport set aside for a state-run megaport remains vacant and the N C State Ports Authority has no plans to develop or sell it The property's most recent tax appraisal also shows the land is worth half its original purchase price Rick Henderson Carolina Journal editor-in-chief details the latest news surrounding this government project that has gone nowhere since the Ports Authority purchase the property in News media outlets have enjoyed longstanding exemptions from federal and state campaign finance restrictions It makes sense to extend those exemptions to nonprofit social and civic groups that also [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
October 02, 2017
The N C General Assembly returns to work Oct In addition to gubernatorial vetoes and unresolved bills from this year's regular long session legislators could address proposed constitutional amendments and a plan to redraw judicial election maps Becki Gray John Locke Foundation senior vice president analyzes legislators' priorities as they prepare to head back to the capital city Many people believe science should guide public policy That idea sounds good but the science used to make public policy decisions can be shoddy John Staddon Duke University professor emeritus is writing a book about the scientific method He says much of [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
May 08, 2017
One coastal North Carolina county is fed up with solar energy operations Currituck County commissioners have enacted a moratorium on new solar operations Carolina Journal recently highlighted the commissioners' concerns Editor-in-Chief Rick Henderson highlights key points from the Carolina Journal report Some advocates are pushing North Carolina to engage in mens rea reform Mens rea is Latin for guilty mind The idea is that some state laws especially those linked to regulations do not specify that a person should have an intent to do harm before they can be charged with a crime Joe Luppino-Esposito policy analyst for Right on [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
January 02, 2017
As we welcome a new year Carolina Journal Radio reviews some of the most interesting topics from If you're searching for a common thread that unites most progressive public policy proposals consider coercion That's the conclusion of John Locke Foundation Vice President for Research Roy Cordato From the minimum wage to environmental restrictions to education programs progressives tend to want government to force people into making decisions that satisfy the progressives' policy preferences Cordato contrasts the coercive approach to one that focuses on freedom and limited government Students have returned to college campuses across the country but many of them [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
December 26, 2016
North Carolina lawmakers returned to Raleigh in December to address Gov Pat McCrory's million disaster relief plan linked to Hurricane Matthew and western N C wildfires The special session also generated concerns from left-of-center critics about other items the legislatures might address Becki Gray the John Locke Foundation's senior vice president analyzes the flurry of activity surrounding the state Legislative Building The elections are over but pundits and prognosticators are still sifting through the results They're trying to determine what the elections say about the state of politics and the future course of public policy in North Carolina John Locke [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
December 19, 2016
Nearly a month after Election Day Republican Gov Pat McCrory's concession confirmed that Democrat Roy Cooper would assume office as North Carolina's new governor in January Carolina Journal Editor-in-Chief Rick Henderson recounts some of the questions about the election process and looks ahead to Cooper's challenge of working with a General Assembly dominated by Republicans No one bats an eye when we trade money for food or clothing The situation changes if we talk about spending money to buy or sell a kidney Georgetown University professor Jason Brennan argues in the book Markets Without Limits that kidney sales should be [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
November 14, 2016
Teachers who left North Carolina public school classrooms in the past year were on average less effective than those who stayed That's one of the key findings of a newly redesigned report on teacher attrition prepared by the N C Department of Public Instruction Terry Stoops John Locke Foundation director of research and education studies analyzes the changes and explains why they might prove helpful in assessing links between state public policy and teachers' willingness to work in the Tar Heel State Education reformers have made great strides in North Carolina in recent years They have scrapped the state's public [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
August 24, 2016
NC Family President John L Rustin talks with Paul Weber President and CEO of Family Policy Alliance formerly CitizenLink which is a public policy partner of Focus on the Family and one of NC Family's closest national allies and valued partners regarding the role Family Policy Alliance plays in supporting efforts in North Carolina [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
January 28, 2016
This week in part two of series that began last week NC Family president John Rustin talks with Representative Paul Skip Stam who represents the southern portion of Wake County in the N C House about his career in the General Assembly [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
November 19, 2015
This week Family Policy Matters features a portion of a keynote address on the seven Supreme Court decisions that changed America as presented at the North Carolina Family Policy Council's Major Speakers dinner event in Charlotte NC in November It was presented by Paul Weber CEO of CitizenLink a public policy partner of Focus on the Family [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
October 23, 2014
NC Family president John Rustin talks with Candi Cushman education analyst for Focus on the Family's Public Policy Department about some of the challenges facing Christian students in schools nationwide and how FOTF's new website www TrueTolerance org can help parents respond to these challenges [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
February 01, 2014
NC Family president John Rustin talks with Dr Alan Hawkins Professor of Family Life at Brigham Young University and a member of the Research Advisory Group of the Oklahoma Healthy Marriage Initiative about his new book The Forever Initiative A Feasible Public Policy Agenda to Help Couples Form and Sustain Healthy Marriages and Relationships [... more]
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