In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about the hypocrisy of the NC House Democrats walking out on the appointment of Gaston County's Donnie Loftis in the state legislature...

WBT afternoon host Brett Winterble joins Bo Thompson with his take on tomorrow's gubernatorial election in Virginia, public school teachers not wanting to teach Critical Race Theory despite administrators determination to force the issue, and President Biden's tanking poll numbers.

In Hour 3 of the program, Pete talks about a story about the highest population of rats in the state of North Carolina as well as talks about the scandal involving Senator Richard Burr's alleged insider training. To wrap the show, Pete wonders why "Sweet Caroline" is played at Fenway Park and Bank of America Stadium. 

Becki Gray of Charlotte Journal joins Pete for her weekly chat and talks about the city of Cary lifting their mask mandate and talks about how the state is handling COVID right now.

Former CMPD Chief Kerr Putney joins Bo Thompson with his opinion about police departments subjecting their officers to Covid-19 vaccine mandates under threat of losing their careers, new evidence in the Beatties Ford road killings from 16 months ago, a new virtual reality simulator custom made for police de-escalation training, and the Alec Baldwin movie set fatal shooting.

"If you think you've got it, then stay home!"

State Treasurer of North Carolina Dale Folwell joins Bo Thompson with an update on inflation in North Carolina and the effect it is having, along with the rising price of gasoline, on state residents.

WBT's Brett Jensen joins Bo Thompson to discuss a controversial banner that read, "Sniff, Sniff. You smell that? $Privilege$" which appeared at a football game between Butler High School and Charlotte Catholic High School. 

"We definitely missed everybody last year."

An original ruling by the lower court said the "20-week threshold" would make some "pre-viability abortions" illegal, which would be in violation of the Supreme Court's 1992 ruling in the case of Planned Parenthood v. Casey. Several pro-life organizations and more than a dozen Republican states supported North Carolina in the effort, according to Fox News.