Former President Donald Trump goes on trial today - with jury selection beginning in a Manhattan. Plus, North Carolina Congressman Dan Bishop discusses crime, the FISA vote, and the Iranian attack on Israel.

After the New Year’s Eve mass shooting in Charlotte at an Uptown celebration, local leaders are calling for change. But if it doesn’t include punishment, will it actually be effective? Listen Here:

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police release the latest crime stats. The lasting impacts of the utterly misguided “Defund the Police” movement continues to be felt. Listen Here:

Congressman carjacked, Philly lootings, and pooping on the streets of Uptown Charlotte are all symptoms of our broken politics and societal rot. Listen Here:

From Northlake Mall to Minneapolis to San Francisco, violence – particularly among juveniles – risks sending cities and stores into a descending spiral towards uninhabitableness. Listen Here:

When media focuses on certain crime stories while ignoring similar ones, it misleads the public about how prevalent the crimes are. This warps public perception of who is being victimized. Listen Here:

The City of Asheville is launching a 60-day initiative to increase policing, litter and graffiti removal, and monitoring of areas prone to vagrancy and drug use. The move comes after the leftist local government reduced policing in the wake of the Summer of Mostly Peaceful But Fiery Protests. Listen Here:

New research from the John Jay College of criminal Justice finds that no-cash bail reform in New York City has lead to lower rates of recidivism among misdemeanor offenders, but higher rates of re-offending among the most violent criminals. Listen Here:

The Washington DC city council overrode the Mayor’s veto and softened penalties for violent criminals and gun crimes. Listen Here:

Michelle Lewis is running US Senate in North Carolina as an Unaffiliated candidate. Under NC law, she qualified as an official write-in candidate. Lewis says she was motivated to run for office after the killing Andrew Brown by law enforcement in Pasquotank County. Also, the Washington Examiner reports: Police officers across the nation are leaving their […]