4/25/18 – Hour Three

Senator Thom Tillis joins Tyler to give us an update the Confirmation process for VA Secretary nominee Ronny Jackson, he responds to Senator Mike Lee’s claim that the Special Counsel Independence and Integrity Act aka “The Protect Mueller Bill” is unconstitutional, and Tillis updates us on the kangaroo court in Turkey that is currently prosecuting North Carolina pastor, Andrew Brunson, … Read More

4/25/18 – Hour Two

The Wall Street Journal reports that most states are unprepared for an economic downturn & fiscal irresponsibility in Washington could impede the fed govt’s ability to lend money, John Hood pens a great piece that explains the great fiscal position that North Carolina is in, and Senator Thom Tillis is sponsoring a bill that would block the president from firing … Read More

4/25/18 – Hour One

Senator Mike Lee pens an op/ed questioning the constitutionality of the “Protect Mueller” bill, Generational fighting could cause some strong political debates over the next few decades Stocks down yesterday for the 5th straight day, Judge rules against Trump on DACA, and allegations surface against Ronny Jackson that could derail his confirmation process

Tillis Talks Jackson Confirmation, Bill to Protect Special Counsel, & Andrew Brunson

Senator Thom Tillis joins Tyler to give us an update the Confirmation process for VA Secretary nominee Ronny Jackson, he responds to Senator Mike Lee’s claim that the Special Counsel Independence and Integrity Act aka “The Protect Mueller Bill” is unconstitutional, and Tillis updates us on the kangaroo court in Turkey that is currently prosecuting North Carolina pastor, Andrew Brunson, … Read More

Bumper Music 4/25/18

6AM 6:15 Avicii – Wake Me Up 6:35 Avicii – Lay Me Down 6:50 Smash Mouth – Then the Morning Comes 7AM 7:15 Avicii – Fade into Darkness 7:35 Avicii – Hey Brother 7:50 Avicii – Levels (remix) 8AM 8:15 Linkin Park – Waiting for the Light That Never Comes 8:35 Citizen King – Better Days 8:50 Roxette – The … Read More

Hood: N.C. has its fiscal house in order

WILMINGTON STAR NEWS By contrast, North Carolina’s leaders have proven to be responsible stewards of taxpayer dollars. A new report from the state controller’s office showed that over the first three quarters of the 2017-18 fiscal year, North Carolina state government spent just over $16 billion for General Fund programs (such as schools and public safety) while taking in $16.6 … Read More