Congressman Jeff Jackson, who is running for NC Attorney General, caved to commenters on his TikTok page over his vote to force a sale of the social media platform.

Bo and Beth welcome Mick Mulvaney to the studio as they discuss Donald Trump’s latest comments on what would happen to the U.S. economy if he loses the Presidential Election in 2024 and how some major news outlets have taken his comment out of context. Mick gives his take on former Vice President Mike Pence […]

US Congressman Jeff Jackson (D) says his colleagues are only fake angry when they make speeches. He is challenged by former Trump official Stephen Miller about whether this applies to Democrat leader Hakeem Jeffries. Jackson, most famous for posting Tik Tok videos, dodged the question. Listen Here:

NC-11 Representative Madison Cawthorn joins Pete to talk about NC State Senator Jeff Jackson bowing out of the US Senate race in favor of backing Cheri Beasley and talks about how the Left is causing problems across the country with "smash and grabs" in the midst of Joe Biden's inflation. 

In the first hour of the show, Pete goes through some of what's going on behind the scenes inside the NC Democratic Party and State Senator Jeff Jackson's camp as Jackson decided to shut down his US Senate run. 

Former Congressional candidate and campaign manager Thomas Mills joins Pete to talk about NC State Senator Jeff Jackson stepping out of the US Senate race to support Cheri Beasley's campaign. 

As the world remains focused on what happens next in the region, former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory, U.S. service members Matthew Ridenhour and Jeff Jackson, along with former White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney weighed in on the situation in Afghanistan. All four provided a unique perspective Friday morning.


Jackson, 38, a Afghan war veteran and National Guard soldier said he is committed to “honesty and decency” in politics. He's the latest candidate from either party to announce a run after Burr's seat. Donald Trump's daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, was one of the high-profile names to initially throw their name into the primary mix for the North Carolina seat. The incoming elected Senator will join Republican Thom Tillis to represent the Tar Heel State in the Washington chamber.