This episode is presented by Carolina Readiness Supply – The US Supreme Court heard arguments this week that could help destroy the power wielded by federal agencies and bureaucrats for nearly four decades. Subscribe to the podcast at: Please note: Google Podcasts are merging into YouTube Music. See details here. I post all prep […]

WBT afternoon host Brett Winterble, back from his trip to Italy with WBT listeners, joins Bo & Beth with his reaction to recent Supreme Court rulings, and his take on civil unrest flaring again in France.

The US Supreme Court issued a ruling in the 303 Creative case, prohibiting the state of Colorado from compelling a web designer to create content she disagrees with, based on her sincerely held religious beliefs. Listen Here:

From Cowboy Classics to Benny Hill, garden hot peppers to Supreme Court critics, this podcast is all over the place!

The US Supreme Court says colleges cannot use race as a factor in admissions, with Justice Clarence Thomas torching the dissenting opinions written by the court’s three liberals. Listen Here:

Former NC Governor and former Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson &  Beth Troutman with his take on the US Supreme Court ruling rejecting the NC State Legislature's argument that it had power over federal election rules, NC Lt. Governor Mark Robinson disregarding "your time is up" signs while speaking at the Faith & Freedom Coalition conference, and Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles announcing that she is running for another term.

The US Supreme Court heard oral arguments today in a case that opponents say will destroy democracy. The case is called “Moore v Harper” and it rests on an argument that state legislatures have authority to control federal election rules, as outlined in the US Constitution. From Mitch Kokai at the Carolina Journal: Here’s the […]

The self-appointed, self-proclaimed Defenders of Democracy sure don’t seem to have much of a problem with the damage done to the US Supreme Court by the leaking of a draft opinion overturning abortion law.


Trump's argument was the subpoena issued by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance was broad and issued in bad faith. The documents are now subject to grand jury secrecy rules that restrict them from being released publicly. Without social media, Trump released a statement via email on Monday, calling the ruling "a continuation of the greatest political Witch Hunt in the history of our Country."