In the first hour of the show, a part of Pete's childhood is lost as NES and Super NES creator Masayuki Uemura passed away during the show.
In the second hour of the show, Vince talks about the delay of the NC primaries and how it will affect the Republican candidates as the new maps in the state are being formed.
WBT Hall of Famer John Hancock joins Pete for the final hour of the show to talk about the success of his annual "Bikes For Kids" drive and about what the Republican Party needs to find out of their next candidate for President.
In the second hour of the program, NC native and actor Nick Searcy joins the show to talk about his new movie, "Capitol Punishment" - a documentary about the Jan 6th riots. Pete then talks about a story about a proposed film remake of "1984" starring a female lead.
North Carolina native and Hollywood actor Nick Searcy joins Pete to talk about the new Jan 6th documentary movie he's producing called "Capitol Punishment" and talks about the Leftist reaction to his film...
In the first hour of the show, Pete reacts to maybe the dumbest statement he's ever heard from NCAA President Mark Emmert saying that NCAA Presidents is the toughest job in America.
NC House Speaker Tim Moore joins Pete for his weekly chat and talks about how those criticizing NC Republicans for playing games with the new districts can't talk when Democrats around the country have gone to bigger extremes to leave their constituents in the dark.
GOP Co-Chair Tommy Hicks talks about the 2022 midterm elections and how important grabbing Republican Congressional seats will be to stopping Joe Biden & Kamala Harris' radical policies.
In the last hour of the show, Pete talks about a story which revealed the 2021 "Word Of The Year". One dictionary's result will surprise you - the others will not.
Are clear backpacks a serious fix to Earnest Winston's problems controlling guns in Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools? Pete discusses in Hour 2 and welcomes in Rep. Dan Bishop (NC-09) to talk about Joe Biden's vaccine mandate...