Brett Winterble from WBT joins Pete to discuss CPAC, and listeners continue to give their perspective on Ukraine.
In hour 3 Pete discusses how effective the measure implemented by the white house might be and in segment 3, Dallas Woodhouse, from The Carolina Journal discusses the NC redistricting battle and where it is going.
In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about Mecklenburg County's response to outing the un-vaccinated in an accidental email wasn't really an apology at all.
In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about President Joe Biden and VP Kamala Harris' push for voter ID and talks about where he has an issue with their proposed changes to our country's voting process. The Weather Channel's Jim Cantore checks in as well to talk about Weather Storm Izzy expected to hit the Carolinas on Sunday
In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about how poorly the Biden administration has put concerns about COVID to rest.
In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about how the media has covered COVID and what it means to potentially have a new therapeutic to treat symptoms of the virus.
In the second hour of the show, Pete Kaliner continues to talk about the issue of guns in CMS schools and asks how much blame CMS Superintendent Earnest Winston should shoulder for the problem.
How will some businesses in Charlotte and North Carolina be affected by COVID-19 as we enter the flu season? David Mildenberg of Business North Carolina Magazine stops by with Pete for the final hour of the show...
In the second hour of the show, Pete continues to talk about the debate of the success of the mask mandate in Mecklenburg County.
In Hour 2, Pete talks about the Left and the media who continue to go after Donald Trump, Mark Meadows, and other Republicans for their supposed involvement in the Jan 6th riots on Capitol Hill and says their time would be better spent educating an end to violent protests across the country.