In the beginning of Hour 2, Pete defends "Rise And Shine" Diner in Asheville for violating the Shutdown Order last year during the pandemic and is in court fighting for their business. 

Carolina Journal's Becki Gray joins Pete for another update on the budget proposal sitting on Governor Roy Cooper's desk and says many in Raleigh are getting frustrated with Cooper's inaction and his numerous vetoes of the bill. 

In the first hour of the program, Pete talks about Governor Roy Cooper still having his COVID Emergency powers from the pandemic last year and the NC Legislature's efforts to keep his power in check. 

In the third hour of the show, Pete talks about prominent Republican Congressman Madison Cawthorn - who represents North Carolina's 11th District on Capitol Hill - potentially running for one of North Carolina's new district seats - one of  which includes Western Mecklenburg County. 

In the second hour of the show, Pete continues to talk about how the effects of the Leandro case may have more wasted funds being put into the K-12 school system in North Carolina - without the discussion in the North Carolina General Assembly. 

In the first hour of the show, Pete broadcasts live from the Veterans Day Festival at Truist Field in Uptown. He talks about how the Leandro trial will affect the future of educational spending in North Carolina and talks about the breaking news of Cam Newton re-signing with the Panthers. 

In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about the hypocrisy of the NC House Democrats walking out on the appointment of Gaston County's Donnie Loftis in the state legislature...

In Hour 3 of the program, Pete talks about a story about the highest population of rats in the state of North Carolina as well as talks about the scandal involving Senator Richard Burr's alleged insider training. To wrap the show, Pete wonders why "Sweet Caroline" is played at Fenway Park and Bank of America Stadium. 

In Hour 2 of the program, Pete talks about the criticism Lt. Governor Mark Robinson and Senate candidate Mark Walker have taken for their relationships with the Church. Becki Gray of the Charlotte Journal joins for her weekly chat to talk about the NC legislature. 

In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about a WRAL story that mentioned how much Senate candidate Pat McCrory made at WBT during his time on the air.