Congressman Dr. Greg Murphy joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman talking about the latest Covid-19 variant and the latest vaccine being recommended by the CDC, and how the last round of Covid-19 mandates caused "great harm."

A rainstorm in the desert traps people in their tents and RVs during the Burning Man festival. Plus, the data shows Sweden had the right policy when the world locked down for COVID. Listen Here:

Could we see the return of Covid restrictions? While Covid numbers continue to creep up, the TSA, Border Patrol and others, are expected to reimplement Covid restrictions and mandatory masking in the coming months. Vince gets your take on South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster. Also, Mindful Monday. That and much more on The Vince Coakley […]

China is implementing new restrictions to battle the Covid-19 pandemic. Citizens are protesting the restrictions. CNBC has the story:   Rare protests broke out across China over the weekend as groups of people vented their frustration over the zero-Covid policy.  The unrest came as infections surged, prompting more local Covid controls, while a central government policy […]

China is wracked by protests amid it’s “zero Covid policy.” From the Financial Times: Just over a month ago, before Xi was crowned party leader for an unprecedented third term, a banner of anti-government slogans hung from a bridge in Beijing was enough to cause a social media storm for the few hours it stayed […]

After the latest tragic shooting in Colorado, Vince talks about the increase in Americans carrying handguns.   The recent Mar-A-Lago visit by Kanye West is being widely criticized. Trump took to Truth Social to respond to critics.   Citizens in China are protesting Covid lockdowns. The Chinese government has made it clear that protestors will […]

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Gov. Roy Cooper will hold a news conference Wednesday at 2 p.m. and is expected to discuss the possibility of easing the current COVID-19 restrictions. As it stand currently, North Carolina bars and restaurants are allow to operate at limited capacity, along with a strict 10 p.m. curfew. Two of the conditions expected to be relaxed by Cooper after he allowed schools to reopen across the state last week.