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:
NC House Speaker Tim Moore joins Pete for his weekly chat to talk about having to draw new Congressional maps for North Carolina after a redistricting lawsuit by Marc Elias and what would happen if they're forced to re-draw yet another round of districts.
In the second hour of the show, Pete talks about the motion filed by the North Carolina legislature blocking several Leftist professors to review the NEW round of district maps that had to be re-drawn by the state general assembly.
NC GOP Chair Michael Whatley joins Pete to talk about the NC Legislature being forced to re-draw new Congressional and District maps for the state and says lawyer Marc Elias - who has known ties to the Democratic party - is defending Leftist maps in other states.
Dallas Woodhouse of the Carolina Journal and the John Locke Foundation joins Pete to talk about the latest update as the NC Legislature is forced to re-draw new Congressional maps for the state.
NC Treasurer Dale Folwell talks about the issue of rising healthcare costs in North Carolina and talks about a way you may be entitled to unclaimed money from the state.
In the third hour of the show, Pete welcomes in NC House Speaker Tim Moore and NC GOP Chair Michael Whatley to discuss what's next for the Republican Party in North Carolina regarding the re-writing of the district maps and how they reacted to their maps being labeled "unfair".
NC House Speaker Tim Moore joins Pete Kaliner for his weekly chat and talks about the NC Legislature being asked to re-draw the Congressional District Maps by the NC Supreme Court.
In the second hour of the show, Pete takes the NC Supreme Court to task for throwing out the drawn-up district maps but leaving the legislature to pick up the mess afterwards as they have to create new maps.
In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about the NC Supreme Court voting to throw out the congressional district maps drawn by the NC Legislature and why he has an issue with what what happened.