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National crime statistics have been released, and Charlotte is seeing a 4.5% increase in overall crime as compared to last year. Property crime is up 7%. Violent crime is down 5%. Listen Here:

After six years of dragging America through the Russia Pee Tape Hoax, one of the key sources for the fabricated anti-Trump Steele dossier is on trial for lying to the FBI (which also lied to get warrants to spy on Trump’s campaign). The Associated Press reports: A Russian analyst who played a major role in the […]

The freedom to fail is vital to an entrepreneurial society, and it’s taken for granted in America. Not so much in Finland – where some university students created a “Day for Failures” in 2010. Since then, the day has become internationally recognized. In keeping with the celebration of this day, FrontNieuws.com reports that solar panel manufacturers cannot […]

In a recent story by Yahoo, Core U.S. inflation has risen to a 40 year high: A closely watched measure of US consumer prices rose by more than forecast to a 40-year high in September, pressuring the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates even more aggressively to stamp out persistent inflation. The core consumer price index, which […]

During his days as a young sports reporter just out of college, Brett Jensen became quite familiar with the menus of many different fast food establishments. Today on Breaking with Brett Jensen Brett shares his go to meals and  takes your calls on which fast food place does it best + learn about YOUR chance […]

It might be hard to believe, but today on the Brett Winterble Show we discuss a Wallethub study that concluded many North Carolina cities are among the best to drive in the entire country. Brett talks about the factors that lead to North Carolina apparently being a drivers paradise with multiple cities in the top-5, […]

Today on the Brett Winterble Show we talk about a proposed policy in New Zealand that is more than a little stinky. In an effort to combat climate change, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said the government is going to start taxing farmers when their livestock burps or farts.

President Joe Biden’s Labor Department is about to reclassify millions of independent contractors as employees. The move is expected to blow up the “gig economy” prompting massive layoffs. Plus, US Senate candidate John Fetterman’s appearance in an NBC interview prompts backlash against the reporter. Listen Here:

Overnight we had an interview take place with Jake Tapper, the president united states hit a bunch of different things. It absolutely ignored the border issue, which I guess you kind of had to ignore that issue if you were the president of the United States. Because let’s be honest, let’s be serious about this. […]

In a lengthy article about President Joe Biden’s habit for making up things, the New York Times refuses to label any example as a lie. The piece is largely an exercise in excusing Biden’s nearly-fifty year record of “embellishments”: The exaggerated biography that Mr. Biden tells includes having been a fierce civil rights activist who […]