The Pete Kaliner Show

In the third hour of the show, Pete talks about climate change as well as American Airlines' issues this past weekend with delayed flights and cancellations all across the country...

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. 

In Hour 2 of the program, Pete talks about the criticism Lt. Governor Mark Robinson and Senate candidate Mark Walker have taken for their relationships with the Church. Becki Gray of the Charlotte Journal joins for her weekly chat to talk about the NC legislature. 

In Hour 1 of the program, Pete talks about the Virginia Governor's Race and makes note of Democrat Terry McAuliffe hiring election lawyer Marc Elias as he falls in the pre-election polls. 

In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about a WRAL story that mentioned how much Senate candidate Pat McCrory made at WBT during his time on the air. 

In Hour 3 of the program, Pete welcomes in NC House Speaker Tim Moore for his weekly conversation. Pete also talks about the NC Legislature's efforts to weaken Roy Cooper's emergency powers set up during the height of the pandemic as well as the Left's attack on Republicans having fun with the viral "Let's Go Brandon" chant. 

In Hour 1 of the program, Pete goes over a Washington Post op-ed about what say parents should have in their kids' education. 

In Hour 1 of the program, Pete talks about the latest BOCC re-districting meeting and laughs that District 2 Chair Vilma Leake appeared to be calling foul over a new map that's going to benefit her and fellow Democrats. 

In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about the Butler High School cheerleaders being punished for their "White Privilege" sign that they held up during their game against Charlotte Catholic. 

In the second hour of the show, Pete talks about Colin Powell's death and the political ramifications it will have on people deciding whether or not to get a COVID-19 vaccine or booster.