Fetal surgeon, Dr. Marty McCaffrey, says contrary to what Governor Roy Cooper claims, North Carolina’s proposed abortion law is not radical or dangerous. Cooper is planning a rally on Saturday to celebrate his veto of the bill. Listen Here:
The woman arrested three years protesting North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper’s COVID lockdowns has filed a civil complaint against Cooper, law enforcement leaders, and the Wake County District Attorney. Listen Here:
The North Carolina General Assembly has passed a bill increasing penalties for rioting. Will the Governor veto this latest version, like he did the prior version? Listen Here:
Mark Pellin, editor of HeadlineUSA.com discusses the FBI’s assessment that COVID likely started as a lab leak in Wuhan, China. Plus, ten pieces of misinformation that public health officials pushed during the pandemic that were not true. Today’s show is presented by Old Grouch’s Military Surplus. Listen Here:
Early voting is underway in North Carolina, and Republicans are hoping a “red wave” will deliver them a super-majority in the state legislature. Doing so would allow them to override Democratic Governor Roy Cooper’s vetoes. Andrew Dunn, writing at Longleaf Politics doesn’t think the GOP will be able to pull off big enough gains in both the […]
Gov. Roy Cooper holds a briefing on Hurricane Ian response. Plus, what progressives get wrong about conservatives. Listen Here:
During this hour Pete goes through the changes in North Carolina, Mecklinburg County, and the CDC are implementing on counting covid cases.
In the first hour of the show, Pete fights for his belief in school choice in North Carolina and talks about how the current K-12 school system is failing our youth. He wraps the hour talking about how Governor Roy Cooper needs to be taken to task for standing in the way of fixing the school system.
In the third hour of the show, Pete goes off on the voting process as a whole and says he doesn't understand why the Left continues to allow votes (and time for error and fraud) to trickle in past Election Day.
In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about the breaking news of Governor Roy Cooper signing the new budget and what he likes about the new proposal. To wrap the hour, Pete reacts to more of the prosecutor's closing arguments from the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.