Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman and special guests Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board At-Large candidate Bill Fountain, WBT afternoon show host Brett Winterble, and former White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg leftists are very worried that three candidates (one Democrat and two unaffiliated) are secretly conservatives. There is no evidence of this, but they are still very worried. Listen Here:
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School district joins 200 other systems in alleging that social media companies have caused behavioral and academic problems among students with their addictive products. Listen Here:
Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman and special guests Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Dr. Crystal Hill, Weather Channel Meteorologist Ray Stagich, WBT afternoon host Brett Winterble, former Charlotte-area broadcaster Derek James, and former White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Dr. Crystal Hill joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman talking about the first day back to school for CMS.
Congressman Ralph Norman (SC) joins the program to discuss his thoughts on last night’s GOP Presidential debate and U.S. budget issues. Vince talks about the latest CMS School Board meeting where gender affirmation was center stage. Also, Therapeutic Thursday. That and much more on The Vince Coakley Radio Program. Listen Here:
Hours of public comment from teachers, activists, and parents outraged over the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board’s adoption of new policies to comply with state law called the Parents’ Bill of Rights. Listen Here:
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board adopted a series of policy changes to comply with a new state law called the Parents’ Bill of Rights. Teachers, parents, and activists expressed outrage. One school board member said she and her family are harassed because she’s bisexual and her husband is gender fluid. Listen Here:
Bo and Beth on Good Morning BT explore the idea of having drivers as young as 16 take the steering wheels of school buses to help ease the shortage of drivers. Callers chime in with their opinions and there's a visit from local bus racing expert Al Conklin, also known as WBTV's Chief Meteorologist.
Bo and Beth were yesterday years old when they realized that both of their moms had attended and graduated from the same high school in the same year!
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