In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about the NC Board of Appeals blocking the 1.7 billion transfer of school funding from the Leandro Case.
NC House Speaker Tim Moore joins Pete for his weekly chat to talk about the new budget, the newly created districts in the state of North Carolina and Dr. Mandy Cohen stepping down.
Congressman Madison Cawthorn - current NC-11 Representative - joins Pete to talk about his decision to run for the new NC-13 district in 2022, which includes Mecklenburg County.
US Congressman (NC-13) Ted Budd - also 2022 Senate Candidate - joins Pete to talk about the misuse of COVID-19 Pandemic relief money in Charlotte by Mayor Vi Lyles.
Becki Gray of the John Locke Foundation and CarolinaJournal.com joins Pete to talk about the signed budget by Governor Roy Cooper.
NC House Speaker Tim Moore joins Pete hours after Governor Roy Cooper announced that he will indeed sign the proposed budget from the NC Legislature.
In the final hour of the show, Pete welcomes in NC House Speaker Tim Moore to talk about the new budget that Governor Roy Cooper will sign and finishes up his thoughts on the Kyle Rittenhouse Murder Trial In Kenosha, Wisconsin. To wrap the show, Pete talks about a funny story about pizza franchise, Papa John's changing their name in the wake of racist comments made by founder John Schnatter.
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.
In the final hour of the show, Pete talks about NC-11 Congressman Madison Cawthorn's decision Thursday night to run for the new NC-13 seat - a district believed to be set up for House Speaker Tim Moore's potential run. Western Carolina Director Of Political Science Chris Cooper joins at the beginning of the hour to offer up his thoughts as well.
Western Carolina Director Of Political Science Chris Cooper joins the show to talk about the political drama behind the future of the 13th District with Rep. Madison Cawthorn and Speaker Tim Moore saying he won't run for the seat.