In the third and final hour of the show, Pete sums up the show conversation about how to fix the problem with guns in CMS schools and talks about the future of CMS Superintendent Earnest Winston.
In the second hour of the show, Pete Kaliner continues to talk about the issue of guns in CMS schools and asks how much blame CMS Superintendent Earnest Winston should shoulder for the problem.
In the first hour of the show, Pete takes listener calls about how they would fix Charlotte Mecklenburg School's issues with students bringing guns to schools.
How will some businesses in Charlotte and North Carolina be affected by COVID-19 as we enter the flu season? David Mildenberg of Business North Carolina Magazine stops by with Pete for the final hour of the show...
In the second hour of the show, Pete continues to talk about the debate of the success of the mask mandate in Mecklenburg County.
In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about Mecklenburg County's decision to keep the mask mandate ongoing in Charlotte.
In the second hour of the program, Pete talks about what might have been the key factor for the Republican party in tipping the scales this week at the polls.
In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about the win in Virginia for Republican Glenn Youngkin and talks about how this is a precursor for next year's midterm election for the Democratic Party.
In the third hour of the show, Pete talks about rumored Oathkeeper member Ray Epps and his documented role in the Jan 6th riots on Capitol Hill and asks why the Justice Department hasn't prosecuted him for his involvement.
In Hour 2, Pete talks about the Left and the media who continue to go after Donald Trump, Mark Meadows, and other Republicans for their supposed involvement in the Jan 6th riots on Capitol Hill and says their time would be better spent educating an end to violent protests across the country.